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Old Posted Aug 14, 2019, 5:25 PM
Larla77 Larla77 is offline
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Originally Posted by statbass View Post
There are quite a few businesses on Hebron and surrounding area and more coming to the area. I can see Quesada, Harvey's, Starbucks, etc. continuing to do well. I think you have a valid point with Cora's - not sure how many people who work in that area avail of Cora's hours of operation.
The lunch trade is strong in the area. Verafin is already there plus other smaller offices. ExxonMobil Canada with its 400 odd employees is the tenant of the new building going up by Canadian Tire. And the Passport Canada office is relocating to the area as well. Freshii, Quesada, Starbucks, Harveys and Pita Pit are all very busy at lunch time. The Hebron Way area is definitely more of a business area as opposed to a commercial area. I wonder about Coras in general. They already closed the one downtown and I don't know how busy the one on Kenmount is outside of Saturday and Sunday.
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