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The Former Honest Ed's Location Is Transforming Into A Big Park With Tons Of Picnic Spots

The iconic location could be your new hangout spot.
Honest Ed's Location Is Being Turn Into A Big Park

It's been almost five years since we said goodbye to Honest Ed's, and now a new park is slated to take its place. 

According to the City of Toronto, the site of the former discount store will be transformed into Mirvish Village Park as part of a new residential development. 

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The municipal park, which will be 1213 square metres, will reportedly feature a number of exciting amenities. 

Picnic spots, bird-friendly gardens and shaded spots covered by trees are just some of the things that you can expect to enjoy at this location. 

Construction of the project is currently set to begin as early as 2022.

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