Maglin’s Foro Collection brings a clean aesthetic to Stewart McKelvey’s Queen’s Marque rooftop terrace

At the edge of Halifax Harbour in Nova Scotia, Queen’s Marque is a mixed-used development like no other in Canada. Since Halifax’s founding in 1749, this site has been home to a rich military, marine, and mercantile history, and leaders Armour Group Ltd. in partnership with Develop Nova Scotia established a district with a distinctly Atlantic Canadian character.

The commercial space at Queen’s Marque is designed to be one of the most progressive buildings in the country, capitalizing on Halifax’s deep natural harbor. The development relies on the sea for its heating and cooling systems through a District Energy Plant with chilled beam distribution in the commercial

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