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Hazelton Lanes is now called Yorkville Village

For a few years now, Toronto's Hazelton Lanes has been slated for a rather massive transformation. And that all starts with its name change. Yes, the 40-year-old mall is now Yorkville Village, as Retail Insider wrote yesterday.

As we previously reported, this is all part of landlord First Capital Realty's plan to transform the area around Avenue Road and Yorkville Avenue.

First Capital already owns 80-100, 102-104, 106-108, and 136-138 Yorkville Avenue. And as Retail Insider notes, the company will see Chanel move into a 8,400 square-foot space at 98 Yorkville Ave. (the current home of Teatro Verde) in 2017.

What do you think of the name change? Let us know in the comments.

Image via First Capital Realty.


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