First Gulf, a sister company to Great Gulf Homes which develops commercial retail real estate, recently purchased the former Toronto Sun building at 333 King Street East. The ground floor area that was previously occupied by the paper's printing plant and shipping departments, and which has long been empty, is being converted into retail space. The main tenant announced so far is a No Frills grocery store. Here we see work proceeding in the retrofitting of the existing building for the No Frills.

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Here we see what the plans are for the ground floor.

Ground floor plan for 333 King Street East

As for the floors above, the Toronto Sun has downsized its operations to just the second floor, with outside companies taking space in additional floors above. Finally, here's an intriguing look at what might come in the future to the parking lots surrounding the east side of the existing building.

Possible office plan for parking lots at 333 King Street East

Related Companies:  Colliers International, Diamond Schmitt Architects, First Gulf, Ketchum, Pellow + Associates Architects, Terraplan/Studio TLA, Urban Strategies Inc., WZMH Architects