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4655444940_c39449367e_b.jpgWhen Saks Fifth Avenue, the American luxury superstore, replaces the Hudson's Bay Company's downtown location at Yonge and Queen, ravishingly hungry style hunters will be able to eat at "an upscale 'food hall' modelled on the one at British department store icon Harrods." And mallrats at Sherway Gardens can expect the same. If Toronto gets a chocolate room fit for Willy Wonka and his oompa loompas, the real story behind this multi-billion dollar development could have absolutely nothing to do with designer fashion.
· Tycoon shows his real estate savvy with sale of Hudson's Bay store [The Globe And Mail]
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