neuhaus

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The website has been taken down, as well as the billboard on site a while ago and is now a surface parking lot. So it doesn't look like the developer, which I believe was Main & Main, is going through with developing this into a 3-storey restaurant/retail building.
This property would be great combined with Hines' recent development proposal on 64-86 Bathurst St. Even better, they could also acquire the 3-storey commercial building next door (675-679 King St. W.) as well.
 

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This site appears on Trinity Group's portfolio: http://www.trinity-group.com/property/king-bathurst-southwest-corner/

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Hmm? office building


689 KING ST W
Ward 10 - Tor & E.York District

Zoning By-Law Amendment to permit a 13 Storey Non-Residential building that will result in approximately 14,048 square metres of new office space and 826 square metres of street-related retail space.
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Rezoning​
19 115906 STE 10 OZ​
Feb 15, 2019​
Under Review​
 

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I still would consider this as "core".

It is just outside the TOCore boundary even.
 

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Seems to be getting underway.
Some confused drivers pulling up wondering who took their free parking spot away.

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Looks like it could also be parking lot shut down by the city as they do not have a hard surface, lines, lighting etc.

Cost justification between compliance and monthly revenue...
 

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