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One of three in a collection of Germain Street properties recently added to the Historica real estate portfolio, the former Lordly Building was home to Bustinís Fine Furniture for well over a century. Offering Saint John, and Atlantic Canada, the best in fine quality furniture and unique personalized service is a tradition that has been carefully passed down through the Bustin family and continues to this day.
The building was constructed between 1877 and 1881, which is characteristic of many beautiful heritage structures in the area, as many were built after fire devastated two-thirds of Saint John in 1877.
In addition to Bustinís, 99 Germain was also home to another furniture company, a trunk manufacturer, and even housed the world famous Fleischmann yeast company for approximately 20 years in the early 1900ís.