An iconic Yonge Street building that for a half-century was a vital part of the history of popular music in Toronto has been purchased (for $21.5 million!) by a major developer.
Hopefully, lots of the music and radio history artifacts contained inside those walls will move to a radio hall of fame somewhere, if not to the new CHUM offices, wherever they end up being.
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