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Another Toronto Liberal paper, The Globe agreed that the declaration was no longer necessary, that "the words remain like the ruins of some gloomy prison which has been rendered tenantless and needless by the progress of enlightenment and humanity.
But Coburg Station near Oakway Center has 4,500 feet that's tenantless.
Boarded up and tenantless shops are bad enough on any coastline, but a boarded up elevated pier is hardly an uplifting thought and something the people of Redcar do not want
Beyond it stretched for nearly eight hundred miles the vast plain, tenantless except for the location at strategic points of the forts of the Hudson's Bay Company.
The discussions had not yet reached the tenor of a more serious negotiation for the space however, meaning the building will be tenantless when it breaks ground in the coming weeks.