1325 was torn down to make way for a parking lot according to to the property owner I was talking to today. He is planning on tearing 54-58 Scollard Ave down also at a later date. He can make more money on the parking than leasing the buildings out. He said 1325 was only built in 1986 and nothing historical about it or the buildings on Scollard. Havenâ€™t those buildings been class historical? If they go, there goes the last remains of the original Yorkville. I asked what was he planning on building there and he said no plans at this time. I have the photos of this building somewhere in my 10,000â€™s of photos and not sure when I shot it. Once the sales office close, it will become a parking lot Photos to follow.