Michelle McNally | Livabl, BUZZBUZZHOME
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There’s talk that shopping malls are becoming a thing of the past. Thanks to online shopping and the rise of big-box stores, the retail industry is evolving, and some of our favourite malls have been made obsolete in the process.
Galleria Shopping Centre, the 1970s mall on the corner of Dufferin and Dupont streets, was the latest to go in a long line of past Toronto malls. With demolition underway as of January, the land once occupied by the 50-tenant shopping centre will be absorbed into the master-planned community, Galleria on the Park.
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By Michelle McNally
Photo: Arild Vågen | Wikimedia Commons