Bricks for sale to restore historic King Edward Hotel AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Lisa Grant Posted Oct 26, 2015 1:02 pm MDT The sign is up, but the doors won’t open until next summer.The neon sign of the soon-to-be finished King Edward Hotel is back on the building, but it won’t be turned on for a while yet.Jesse Moffat with the National Music Centre tells 660 News, they’re launching a new fundraiser to support the centre and the restored King Eddy.“We’re launching what’s called the Corner Stone Project, which will allow music fans to literally mark their place in history by buying a brick for $250. They can have it engraved and then it will be re-installed into the historic King Edward Hotel,” says Moffat.The centre has carefully reassembled the historic blues bar to return it to its original glory when it was first built back in 1905.