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Sleepy’s Winter Window Waterloo

Anyone shopping for a mattress at Sleepy’s (116 Montague Street) over the weekend got quite a wake-up call, as the front windows were completely removed for replacement. Brrr! By Monday, the retailer had again been sealed tight as the facade and signage continue an overhaul. In December, we reported Sleepy’s stately new stone facade. Expansion […]

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Sleepy’s Swanky New Facade

Sleepy’s Mattress store at 116 Montague Street has a stately new stone facade, likely designed to dress up the new three-story brick build above it. Speaking of, we’ve been waiting for more than a year for that residential property to hit the market. So far, building permits remain on the front door, with no signs […]

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Sleepy’s Construction Moving Along

The expansion of 116 Montague Street is moving along. Two of the proposed three additional floors have been erected. Brownstoner adds that according to permits filed with the city, six residential units are planned for the structure.

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Updated Rendering of Sleepy’s Montague Reno

After BHB reported on the planned expansion of 116 Montague Street, currently home to Sleepy’s,   images from the owner’s original-LPC-rejected plans surfaced in online reports. BHB has obtained the updated, LPC approved  elevations from John S. Newman, of Lindsay Newman Arch & Design . New, better, improved? What do you think? [Larger image via PDF […]

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Air Rights? All Right!

The Sleepy’s Mattress Emporium at 116 Montague Street could have some new upstairs neighbors — its building owner has plans to add three stories and six residential units to the one-story building, according to public building records and sources familiar with the plan. The Department of Buildings issued a permit in August 2007 to Frank […]

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