Demolition work is underway at the corner of Oliver Street and Mackenzie Avenue. (Angie Mindus photo)

Demolition work is underway at the corner of Oliver Street and Mackenzie Avenue. (Angie Mindus photo)

Demolition work begins on Ming’s Restaurant building in Williams Lake

The historic building suffered extensive water damage during a large fire downtown in 2019

Work has begun to demolish the building at the corner of Oliver Street and Mackenzie Avenue which for many years housed Ming’s Restaurant.

The building, which was more than 60 years old, was condemned due to water damage sustained during the fight to douse the flames of a multi-structure fire in the downtown Sept. 2019.

The owners told the Tribune they plan to rebuild.

Read More: Williams Lake restaurant owner plans to rebuild


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