LBCO Opens New Commuter Hub Storefront in Toronto’s Union Station

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The LCBO has opened a 6,944 square foot storefront in the new Bay Street Promenade section of Toronto’s Union Station.

Servicing over 75,000 community members and 300,000 daily visitors, the location has 4,840 square feet of display space and features 144 linear feet of refrigerated space. Union Station LCBO also features over 1000 wines, spirits, beers, ready-to-drink cocktails and coolers.

The store offers Same-Day Pickup service: orders placed on will be ready for pickup at the store’s express counter within two hours (if in stock).

LCBO at Union Station (Image: LCBO)
LCBO at Union Station (Image: LCBO)

Joining Sephora, which opened last week, the LCBO is the latest brand to open in the promenade at Union Station. Over the next few months, the retail component of Canada’s busiest commuter hub will see a number of new stores and restaurants open, including Decathlon, TD Bank, The Queenston and % Arabica.

Union Station is seeing a massive multi-year overhaul which includes repositioning and redevelopment of the retail component of Canada’s busiest transit hub, which will expand to about 170,000 square feet of space when complete.

Toronto based Beauleigh Retail Consultants and Osmington have been working together through the creative process to conceptualize and implement the retail vision for Union Station.

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Dustin Fuhs
Dustin Fuhs
Dustin Fuhs is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider, Canada's most read retail trade publication. He has over 20 years experience in the retail, marketing, entertainment and hospitality industries. He has worked with Retail Insider since October 2020 in a number of roles, including associate publisher of the Retail Insider magazine. Dustin was named as Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider in 2022. Dustin was named as a RETHINK Retail Top Retail Expert in 2024.

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