Uptown Saint John is unique. Whether it be shopping, dining, socializing, doing business, or playing visitor in your own city – it is an experience steeped in culture and diversity. Now available from Uptown Saint John, the Business Improvement Association – ‘Street Sheets,’ which are handy-dandy maps concentrated on specific streets noting the businesses on that street as well as some of the intriguing elements of that area specifically. Each Street Sheet cover is a design from a local artist, who have also been highlighted, adding a fitting artistic detail consistent with our overall urban dynamic.
So far, six streets have Street Sheets – King Street, Germain Street, Canterbury Street, Prince William Street, Grannan Street, and Princess Street. We hope to expand this project to include our other important and integral streets of uptown!
Find Street Sheets at various businesses on these streets and at the Uptown Saint John Office at 17 Canterbury Street.
Here’s what they look like:
Business on Germain Street: The Feel Good Store – Anne McShane with Artist Sheila Howell
Business on Canterbury Street: Thandi – Heather MacDonald with Artist Enchan Endo
Business on Grannan Street: Rogue Coffee – Mike Duncan with Artist Don Higgins
Business on Prince William Street: Cobalt Art Gallery, Darren Hargrove with Artist Pamela Pierce
Business on King Street: The Corn Crib, Melanie MacLaughlin with Artist Molly McNaughton
Business on the Corner of Germain Street and Princess Street: Trinity Galleries – Moriah Russell with Artist Colin Hugh Smith