Waterfront Development Corporation Ltd. is inviting public input on a mixed-use development on the Halifax Waterfront. Concept designs for the Cunard Block are being shown at a public open house today, June 16, and are available for viewing and input at www.my-waterfront.ca. Comments will be received until July 14. “We’re very pleased by the public’s interest in providing feedback into the design concepts,” said Colin MacLean, president and CEO, Waterfront Development. “The input we receive helps refine development options to determine the best concept for the site.” Waterfront Development retained a team led by Lydon Lynch Architects to assist in the development of concepts for the site. Each design features ground level retail and residential space, and public open space around the building. One concept also provides the option for larger commercial and/or office space. Public engagement is a regular part of the Crown corporation’s development process. Information about other Halifax, Dartmouth and Bedford projects is available at https://my-waterfront.ca/development/project-highlights . Waterfront Development is a provincial Crown corporation developing the strategic potential of the waterfronts in Bedford, Dartmouth, Halifax and Lunenburg. Revenues are directly reinvested in the waterfronts to drive economic opportunity and enhance tourism and public enjoyment of the waterfront.