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PLANNING Asian Supermarket At Former Stedelbauer GM Site
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Kitchener Waterloo Record - March 19, 2015
Quote:KITCHENER — A group of Toronto investors purchased the site of a former car dealership on Ottawa Street North and plans to build an Asian supermarket that could open this fall.


http://www.therecord.com/news-story/5516...tors-site/
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I remember last year trying to figure out what development plans Mr. George had for the site. I am glad to hear about a larger scale food vendor moving into the core. It would be nice if the site would be built out as mixed use but a supermarket is an upgrade over the car dealership.
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Poor use of such a large prominent site near LRT in my opinion
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Surprised T&T hasn't considered the region for a store yet.
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(03-19-2015, 08:48 PM)rangersfan Wrote: I remember last year trying to figure out what development plans Mr. George had for the site. I am glad to hear about a larger scale food vendor moving into the core. It would be nice if the site would be built out as mixed use but a supermarket is an upgrade over the car dealership.

At least they won't suffer from the parking problems that plague the other two Asian supermarkets. 
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(03-19-2015, 09:02 PM)The85 Wrote: Surprised T&T hasn't considered the region for a store yet.

I'd heard rumours a few years ago about a Cambridge T&T location but no store has materialized.
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That's going to be a big hit to New City.
On the plus side, all the people idling in Market Lane waiting for parking spots for New City will now probably just go to this Ottawa store.
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