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As reported in Retail Insider today, First Capital has purchased the retail podium of One Bloor East. As has been mentioned before, Nordstrom Rack, opening next fall, will take 38,600 square feet of space, 10,000 of that on the ground floor and the rest on the floor above. Still no announcements covering the remaining 46,000 square feet of leasable space.

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As reported in Retail Insider today, First Capital has purchased the retail podium of One Bloor East. As has been mentioned before, Nordstrom Rack, opening next fall, will take 38,600 square feet of space, 10,000 of that on the ground floor and the rest on the floor above. Still no announcements covering the remaining 46,000 square feet of leasable space.

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That's a perfect tenant for that high traffic but very mid market location. Very thrifty. Reminds me of the buildings around Macy's in Manhattan.

The real sweet spot for Bloor Street retail is west of Bay or increasingly on the High Streets of Yorkville. No real high end retailer will open at Yonge & Bloor.
 

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Ya, what kind of high end retailer wants to be above two major transit lines, at a very well known corner in a beautiful building.

The other space will be a value village for sure, and a chester fried chicken. Who else would want that location?
 

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Ya, what kind of high end retailer wants to be above two major transit lines, at a very well known corner in a beautiful building.

The other space will be a value village for sure, and a chester fried chicken. Who else would want that location?

Your comments reeks of sarcasm but it's loaded with ignorance. Perhaps you're not familiar with Nordstrom's Rack. They are a discount retailer. I wouldn't be surprised to see another discount retailer fill the rest of the space along with fast food.

This is a great location for retail, just not high end retail. It's too middle of the road.
 

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