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387-397 King St E and 6 Madison Ave | 20m | 5 fl | proposed
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387-397 King st E and 6 Madison Ave
Developer: 229093 Ontario Inc.
Project: development of a five storey mixed use building comprised of main floor commercial retail (with a grocery store as the major anchor) and upper level residential comprised of 48 units. 


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Site conditions from a couple years ago 


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#2
Not sure if this project has ever been approved or whether it is even going ahead but it would be an asset to Downtown.
I noticed the email of the applicant in the environmental assessment is b.t.foodcentre@gmail.com, and there seems to be some stores in the GTA area called B & T Food Centre, not sure if this is related.

I have emailed the city to see if any further details/status can be unearthed.
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Nov 17, 2013

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#4
These old WW threads appear and I think "Oh good, something's happening", only to be disappointed.
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#5
Sorry! It's going to happen more too. I'm going to try to get a lot of old posts back up this weekend
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#6
Fair warning. I will keep all enthusiasm in check until I've read the post.
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#7
(10-09-2014, 04:44 PM)panamaniac Wrote: These old WW threads appear and I think "Oh good, something's happening", only to be disappointed.

Heh. That exact thing just happened to me with this thread: I was excited about the possibility of an update on this one.

I'll curb my enthusiasm as well from now on.
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#8
I think it would be a major shame if the appliance store on the corner of King and Cedar were not included in this project. It would leave it very difficult to develop in the future.
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#9
That building was purchased by the developer, but I don't know if the idea was to tear it down or save it.
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#10
When? In the council doc it said they tried to get it but were unsuccessful
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#11
I thought that that was why St Clair closed down - one of the employees told me that the building had been sold. Maybe it fell through?
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#12
Maybe sold to someone else?

In the council document it said with reference to consolidating properties bordering Madison, King and Cedar: "Further attempts to consolidate were unsuccessful."
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#13
Might not mean anything but I noticed today on the Kitchener GIS, that this property is now showing a building outline usually used for projects under construction.

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#14
If that's the only part of that lot being developed I'll be severely disapointed.
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#15
Me too. I had just assumed it was the entire empty frontage along King St.
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