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Old is new in proposal for Loblaw's warehouse

The abandoned Loblaw warehouse could become a condo and retail space

The Loblaw Grocetarias' building that once was the retailer's headquarters and central warehouse in downtown Toronto could be turned into a full scale retail and residential complex.

In a report, the proposal showed the 1928-built warehouse at Lake Shore and Bathurst with two residential towers (one 41-storeys, the other 37-storeys) along with a new rooftop addition.

The heritage-protected structure would be renovated, creating a retail space of 17,134 sq. m. close to the new residential area downtown called CityPlace.

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