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In 2009, Susan Thompson and some investors purchase the Muirhead’s building in downtown Sudbury. Built in 1903 and the first brick block in Sudbury, the structure was once in danger of demolition, but is now seeing new life with studio and live-work spaces.

Susan Thompson’s heart sank when, in 2009, she learned yet another heritage building in downtown Sudbury was facing the threat of demolition.Built in 1903, the Muirhead’s building was the city’s ... more >>

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