Last month, demolition crews began pulling down the three-storey commercial building at 20 Jackson Street West near MacNab. The demolition permit was issued on October 2. The building is now a shrinking pile of rubble, but the property owner does not yet have a plan for what to do with the site.
Pile of rubble at 20 Jackson Street West (RTH file photo)
According to Jason Farr, the Councillor for ward 2, and Ed VanderWindt, chief planning official for the City, the property owner, Wilson-Blanchard, has not submitted any plans to redevelop the site.
RTH contacted Robert Miles, an executive at Wilson-Blanchard, to ask whether the property management company has any plans or intentions for the site that they can share. Miles replied, "Nothing yet. we are working on some plans internally."
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