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Old Sprawlmart/Woolco

Oddly, the demolition seems to be done at Lauzon & Tecumseh.

Cynical me, figured it was destined to be a parking lot for the WFCU Centre, but it appears to be some adaptive reuse going on…

It looks like it has been taken back to create to larger retail spaces on each end, joined together by a smaller, longer space? Hopefully there are tenants moving in. It will be interesting to see how this works out.

On a side note however, the old Lear/GM Trim site is now all leveled. It’s too bad the office building section couldn’t have been saved, it was a very cool modern design.

Enjoy the long weekend everyone.

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