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168 King St S | 9 fl | Proposed
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(01-14-2019, 11:26 PM)Spokes Wrote:
(01-14-2019, 04:47 PM)urbd Wrote: They likely will be, but they will not develop the building obviously. They will rezone. get approval, sell at a premium to developer, and move into the commercial space (or maybe not even moving back in).

But in doing this are they not homeless for some time?  Isn't this bad business?

Lol they won't be homeless. They will probably just find some retail space nearby to rent for a couple years, then move back in if they see fit. There's lots of retail space in Uptown to choose from.
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#32
It's only one branch of many, anyway. Having it closed and dispersing staff to other branches would work (and I say this as someone who uses this branch). They have options.
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