The owner of the popular Lynn's Bakery and Deli is ensuring a former strip club next door can never reopen, by buying the entire plaza. Roy O'Connor says there are big plans for the mostly vacant plaza on the very busy corner of Dundas Street and Industrial Road in east London.
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He is leasing out the vacant space, including what used to be a strip club at the site, and the plaza will soon house a recreational facility and a chocolate lounge. The former strip club, Famous Flesh Gordon's, closed inand attempts to reopen it were quashed after a of failed inspections in subsequent years. City councillors are now considering a staff recommendation to reduce the of adult entertainment locations and s in the city from four to three.
Councillor Maureen Cassidy says, "I think in the past there had been a high concentration and I think a lot of cities had that problem as well.
And a lot of times…it can bring unsavoury activity along with it. Renovations are underway at the plaza and O'Connor says he expects new businesses to be up and running as early as next month.
He's also hoping to attract a restaurant. Driver flees after hitting a house in east London.
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