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General Retail News
(08-07-2018, 03:21 PM)summerstar6 Wrote: Anyone know what’s going on in the old Angel’s Diner/Beat Goes On section on Highland?

This was discussed in another thread:

The new Pioneer Park Zehrs location is due to open August 24th. Exterior signage went up today
Some good progress on the LCBO, the steel framing is almost complete. Much quicker when you don't have to dig an underground parking garage!


Are cars going to be driving into that parking lot off King?
I wondered the same thing. I had assumed that the new building would abut the existing buildings on each side.
There is no access to the (very small) parking lot off King St.

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(08-31-2018, 02:07 PM)tomh009 Wrote: There is no access to the (very small) parking lot off King St.

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It's slightly bigger than the beer store next door. That lot has eight spots including the handicapped spot. It's going to be tight at peak times as not everyone will be walking there from their downtown condo.
There is also plenty of street parking downtown, and a city parking lot half a block away (behind 345 King St W).

That said, I'll be walking so I won't be taking one of the precious spots. Smile
The Scott Street thrift store in the former Braun's is moving to Frederick Mall, citing drug use and homeless presence in the area.

My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
Huh? Thrift stores in malls?!?! That doesn't quite seem like the intended audience.
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