Kodak Building to be relocated.

The Kodak Building as it looked in March 2012. (file photo)
The Kodak Building as it looked in March 2012. (file photo)

All 3000 tonnes of the long neglected Kodak recreation building will be moved next Thursday to a new location on the site. The idea is that the building will be preserved as one of the three new entrances to the future Mount Dennis Station. The station will be part of the Crosstown LRT line opening in 2021. The move will take about 90 minutes and a viewing stand will be available from which spectators may watch the whole event.

Later in the morning at 11:30, a community barbecue will serve food until 2:00 pm. Shuttle buses will pick spectators up from the No Frills parking lot every 30 minutes between 8:30 am and 2:30 pm.

Shuttle bus pick-up point.
Shuttle bus pick-up point.

For more information, call the West Crosstown Community Office at (416) 782-8118

1 thought on “Kodak Building to be relocated.”

  1. How does one move a building that size in 90 minutes?! Boggles my mind the feats they can do these days.

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