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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Social media lit up this week, when a story went around that the so-called "Hooker Harvey's" at Jarvis and Gerrard Streets in east-side downtown Toronto was going to close, the victim of a relentless building boom.
I love Hooker Harvey's. Is nothing sacred in this city? Another marked the loss of this "cultural touchstone" and its "seedy presence. Never fear, Hooker Harvey's fans. City planning officials say the famous burger joint at Jarvis St. The proposal envisions a mixed development, including one storey tower, one storey building and residential units, with heritage buildings integrated into the project.
Artist's renderings show the new buildings encircling the squat Harvey's on the northwest corner of Gerrard and Jarvis. Its manager said he did not know of any plans to close it.
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In a sense, though, Hooker Harvey's is already gone. The days when Jarvis Street was a busy "stroll" where cars would pull up to the curb at night to negotiate terms with skimpily dressed women are mostly past. In those days, the Harvey's was the centre of a lurid late-night parade. All sorts of sights could be absorbed from its big plate-glass windows. Asked what he has seen over the years, the manager answers: "Everything. Today, like so many once-sketchy corners of old Toronto, the district around Harvey's is changing fast.