Other bookstore closures in Toronto
lengthy negotiations, we have made the difficult decision not to renew our lease for Chapters Festival Hall, Janet Eger, vice president of public affairs at Indigo, said in a emailed statement.
The latest news comes in a string of bookstore closures in the city.
Books on Markham Street, Pages on Queen Street West, and The Cookbook Store on Yonge south of Bloor.
Chapters store at Richmond John Nike Air Yeezy Shoes to close May 30
The Chapters store, which opened on July 15, 1999, is located beneath the Scotiabank Theatre in the city downtown core near the busy Queen Street West and across from the iconic MuchMusic building, now owned by CTV.
Other bookstores that have closed include Book City in the Annex, Ballenford Air Max 95 Womens
It the end of an era for another bookstore in Toronto.
Parent company Indigo Books Music Inc. has confirmed it will be closing its store at John and Richmond streets as of May 30.
Egar said the company is looking for new real estate options in Oakville, downtown Toronto and Bloor West Village that will better suit its needs.
Independent bookstore Nicholas Hoare, located near Church and Front Streets, closed in April 2013 after being in business since Air Max Light Pink
In 2012, the non profit Toronto Women Bookstore, located near Harbord Street and Spadina Avenue, closed after a 39 year run. Also that year, the city oldest independent bookstore, The Book Mark, located on Bloor Street West, also shut its doors. Both closures were due to costly rent Air Max Desert Camo
The Chapters location on Runnymede Street in Bloor West Village formerly home to the Runnymede Theatre closed in February, to be converted into a Shoppers Drug Mart store.
1989. The storeowner, Hoare, decided to retire and move his family to Nova Scotia.
She also said Indigo will help its employees through the transition process.
It not yet known what will be built at the location.
The store is part of the RioCan Hall entertainment complex, originally called Festival Hall, which also houses the Famous Players Paramount movie multiplex.
Indigo owned World Biggest Bookstore located near Yonge Dundas Square, covering 64,000 square feet and rows of bookshelves closed just two days ago. It was in operation since 1980. Paracom Realty Corporation, the property listing/leasing broker, said it will be opening a row of four restaurants in the fall of 2015.
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