The province has reached a 10-year agreement with Bay Ferries Limited to manage and operate a high-speed ferry between Yarmouth and Portland, Maine. Government will provide annual funding for the ferry service, including marketing, at $10.2 million for the first season and $9.4 million for the second. There will also be $4.1 million for start-up costs that will include terminal upgrades and $9 million towards the ferry’s retrofit, in lieu of two years of charter fees. “This long-term support for a solid ferry operator provides stability and predictability for Nova Scotia businesses and tourism operators from all across the province,” said Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Geoff MacLellan. “The Yarmouth Ferry is a vital link in Nova Scotia’s transportation system. It is as essential as the TransCanada highway.” “With this service in place, we will bring more visitors to our province – that means more jobs for the people of Nova Scotia.” The new service is Yarmouth-based, leaving Yarmouth in the morning, travelling to Portland, and returning to Nova Scotia that evening. It will increase overnight stays in the region and provide an economic boost to Nova Scotia businesses. It will reduce the travel time in half and eliminate the need for vessel cabins and additional onboard staff. It will also be quicker than driving between Portland and Nova Scotia. Bay Ferries Limited, who operated the Yarmouth-Portland ferry service until 2009, has secured a vessel from the Military Sealift Command of the United States navy for the service. The vessel is a high-speed ferry with a capacity of 282 vehicles and 866 passengers. It was built in 2007 as a civilian ferry and was used in the Hawaiian Islands. “We are pleased to once again provide this important service between Nova Scotia and Portland,” said Mark MacDonald, president and CEO of Bay Ferries Limited. “We’re ready to aggressively market the ferry service to Americans and beyond and help boost tourism to Nova Scotia.” The 2016 season schedule is anticipated to run June 15 to Sept. 30, departing Yarmouth and Portland daily at 8 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. respectively and returning to Yarmouth at 9 p.m. “A stable, long-term ferry operation in Yarmouth is great news for tourism operators all across Nova Scotia,” said Graham Hudson, general manager of the Keltic Lodge and Highland Links Golf Course. “As the operator of a tourist destination in Cape Breton, the Yarmouth Ferry is a key transportation link in bringing US tourists to all parts of our province. We will all need to take advantage of the business opportunity this brings us.” Details of the ferry service can be found at “http://www.ferries.ca .
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Ensemble Real Estate Solutions has closed three new leases totaling 25,000 square feet at Deer Valley Medical Office Buildings II & III on the campus of HonorHealth Deer Valley Medical Center.These new deals bring the two medical office buildings (totaling more than 154,000 square feet) to 100 percent occupancy.Recent transactions that brought the two medical office buildings to full occupancy include:12,716 square feet for HonorHealth at Deer Valley Medical Office Buildings II & III10,556 square feet for Arizona Center for Hematology & Oncology, PLC at Deer Valley Medical Office Building III2,000 square foot expansion and 5,000 square foot renewal for Affiliated Dermatology at Deer Valley Medical Office Building IIIThe two buildings are situated in a desirable location with easy access from I-17 & Loop 101 on the HonorHealth Deer Valley Campus. Ensemble Real Estate Solutions was the original developer of the two buildings that are now owned by Lillibridge. Ensemble recently partnered with Lillibridge and HonorHealth to devise a plan to begin offering free parking on the entire campus.Tracy Altemus, Executive Vice President, and Autumn Storm, Senior Associate, with Ensemble Real Estate Solutions represented the owner in these transactions.“We are pleased to be able to attract these high-quality medical practices and that HonorHealth is seeking to expand its presence at Deer Valley Medical Office II & III,” Altemus said. “We’re also grateful that HonorHealth, Lillibridge, and Ensemble were able to work together to bring about free patient and staff parking on the entire campus.”