Uptown Saint John . New Office At 17 Canterbury Street

If you haven’t already heard, your Business Improvement Association recently moved to a new space at 17 Canterbury Street. We plan to have various mixers and networking events here, and welcome our members, colleagues and friends to stop by anytime!
17 Canterbury Street, Suite 180
Phone: 633.9797
Email: Nancy@uptownsj.com
Email: Tracy@uptownsj.com
Twitter: @UptownSaintJohn
Facebook: Uptown Saint John
Instagram: UptownSaintJohn

NWH Model Studo Now Calls Uptown Home

We are very proud to welcome NWH Model Studio?to their new location uptown at 35 Duke Street. ?Normand Hector and his talented team are outstanding at coaching aspiring models of all ages, without any discrimination. ?Not only have they proved the high calibre models we have here in Saint John, they have put us on the international map, participating in shows internationally. ?Whether the models move on to a career, which some are, or if they model as a hobby, the instruction, motivation and encouragement continues to prove beneficial to all who are interested.

Home base is now at 35 Duke Street, and the space has been transformed into a chic and upscale venue for shows, etc. ?If you are interested, please check out the NWH Facebook Group?or give Normand a call at 609.1979. ?Email nwhmod99@yahoo.ca.

Salon55 . New Salon at 55 Canterbury Street

If you are looking for a new stylist in an intimate uptown setting, check out Salon55. ?Craig has set up and will give you quality one on one attention. ?Having recently returned to Saint John from big city life, Craig is well equipped, experienced and uses the finest products. ?Ready for a change, or someone who really cares about your hair and look? …give Craig a call. ?Check out his Facebook Page?for great tips and ideas too!

Find Craig and Salon55:

One the Street: ? 55 Canterbury Street, Suite 110
Facebook: ?Salon55
Phone: ?639.0897

Real Food Connections Gets Real Uptown!

Since their opening in December, everyone is raving about Real Food Connections located in the new development, 'Park Place,' at 34 Canterbury Street. Concentrating on supporting local farmers, bakers and offering as much organic, real food as possible, you will feel better for eating healthy and for supporting our local producers.?

Two of the owners, Levi and his mom, Catherine welcome everyone to stop by for a fresh, healthy lunch… a snack, fresh ingredients for dinner, or one of their popular produce packs. ??

Matt and Christina would love to serve you up a hearty soup and sandwich for lunch at the deli..

Find Real Food Connections:
On the street at?34 Canterbury Street
Online: ?Realfoodconnections.ca

Facebook: ?Real Food Connections Saint John
Twitter:??@RealFoodSJ,?@RealFoodsNB
Phone: ?214-7733

Uptown Saint John Inc. Awards Facade Grants to Uptown Building Owners

Over $20,000 was presented to 5 Uptown building owners who made improvements to their fa?ade during 2015, this includes matching funds from the City of Saint John.

Having met the criteria stipulated in the grant, and having the work done within the time-frame noted, these businesses received a portion of the cost to improve their fa?ade. ?A priority for the Uptown Business Improvement Association is to encourage beautification and visual improvements to buildings and spaces uptown. It is very gratifying to see positive development and improvements in our uptown core, and if we can assist in any way, we are thrilled to.

Businesses who received a 2015 Fa?ade Grant from USJI are:

Representing Uptown Saint John Inc.- ED, Nancy Tissington, BOD President, Chris Boudreau, Cllr. Donna Reardon, Urban Design & Dev. Committee Chair, Keith Brideau.?

Accepting, Representing The Hardman Group – Art Boudreau, Building Engineer and Mark Peddle, Lead End.

Historica Properties, Prince William Street Car Park, accepting Keith Brideau

Accepting, Roy Billingsley, owner of Steamers/Water Street Dinner Theatre

Taste of Egypt, 87 King Street. ?Missing from the photo: Paula & Ehab Rawdan

Pristine, 56 King Street. ?Missing from the photo, Paul and Litsa Daeres

Uptown Saint John Inc. is finalizing the criteria for the 2016 Fa?ade Grant and will be opening the application process in the near future. ?Please keep your eyes and ears open, this is a wonderful way to receive some valuable assistance in sprucing up the front of your building.?

Seeing my jewelry from years gone by, recreated in other shops – flattering!

Its interesting to look back on my designs from even before 2010 here on these pages. Some of my oldest designs are now, and still? in 2015 being recreating by other local? boutiques / jewelry makers. A good design I guess is demanding to be mimicked, but? remember to always pay attention to the details in the workmanship. ( they haven't recreated my designs exactly!) GemCat for the real deal, more silver used in all designs, and the price ? well, my uptown customers keep coming back & tell me the? price is far better too!? Genuine Swarovski crystal and sterling silver, -always top quality materials used and a guarantee I stand behind.? GemCat Jewels Jewelry by Design? Call? 651-5798

'Sparkle Selfie' Winner Announced!

Local radio station, 97.3 The Wave held a contest in conjunction with our recent 'Uptown Sparkles Holiday Open House. ?The station encouraged the public to take a 'Sparkle Selfie' in front of an uptown participating location. ?On the evening of Uptown Sparkles, a name was drawn to win over $1000 in uptown gift cards. ?We are happy to announce the lucky winner, Madison Breen. ?Thanks to all who participated!

2015 Crosby's Gingerbread Trail Winners Announced!

We are delighted to announce the winners of our 4th Annual Crosby's Gingerbread Trail! ?

First Place – Delta Brunswick

Second Place – Aux Delices


Third Place – Fishy Chores

Thank you to ALL of the participants! ?We certainly had some creative and wonderful pieces, all adding a sweet element to the holiday experience uptown!

This year Gingerbread Trail locations made available Crosby's Special Edition Holiday Cookbooks with a donation of $5 to be given to Harbour Lights. ?A grand total of $2,000 was donated! ?Thank you to all who helped with this initiative.

Thanks also to the students of Harbourview High School Culinary Arts who donated three beautiful pieces to be part of our 2015 Gingerbread Trail.

There are a few Crosby's Holiday Cookbooks at some of the participating locations, as well as the Uptown Saint John office at 17 Canterbury Street and at Crosby's Molasses.