Levack Block

LeVack Block deadpool, building sold for $3 million

After a six-year stint on Ossington, LeVack Block closed its doors for good after celebrating with one last blow-out dance party this past Saturday. The historic three storey building has been sold to new owners, which signals the end for the bar (and club-like back space) and event venue that was housed on the top floor. Once one of Ossington's hottest Friday and Saturday night destinations, the crowds just hadn't been the same over the last couple of years.

While the address never received a "heritage conservation designation," the building dates back to the late 19th century and future development is subject to review by Heritage Preservation Services. So while it's unclear what's in store for the space, the pressure will be on to preserve the structure in its future iteration.

What would you like to see surface at 88 Ossington Avenue? A new bar? Restaurant? Boutique hotel? Add your wish-list to the comments below.


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