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'Deep pockets and a pretty neat vision' needed to redevelop downtown Winnipeg Bay building

from CBC News

When the Queen's Quay Terminal was built on Toronto's waterfront in the late 1920s, it was one of Canada's largest buildings. The eight-storey building, once called the Terminal Warehouse Building, served as a storage place for goods such as raw sugar, coffee, wood, fish and meats coming in to the bustling port. But when those uses declined, the building sat dilapidated for years, until in 1983 — with help from a federal Crown corporation — it was transformed into a complex with two levels of retail, a dance theatre, car parking, office space and condos, as part of a revitalization effort of the city's waterfront. more


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