Skyline… Is there anything this property investment and management company isn’t into?
Whether they’re purchasing an American landmark in Cleveland or their CEO is going undercover on TV, Skyline is always up for something interesting. Oh, and they do a very nice condominium project just north of Barrie too (check out Horseshoe Copeland House!).
Now it looks like the company is adding another interesting project to their portfolio. They’re bringing the S.S. Keewatin back home to Port McNicoll. The historic ship will arrive on June 23 in the small port town and will be welcomed by a huge crowd.
The ship dates back to the Titanic era and was actually constructed 5 years before the voyage of the doomed vessel. Launched in 1907, the Keewatin is the last surviving vessel in the Great Lakes Steamship fleet and sports much of the same design and features as the Titanic.
Skyline are always up for an adventure and we’re glad to see the Keewatin make its way back home thanks to their efforts.