Ogilvies Market offers space to Hyde Park businesses affected by fire
D&S Pianos was one of 18 businesses destroyed in the Hyde Park fire, the pianos inside were worth $100K a piece. (Justin Zadorsky / CTV London)
A fellow Hyde Park business is helping those affected by a massive fire keep their businesses up and running.
Ogilvies Market (formely The Hyde Park Market) is offering businesses affected by the fire a free spot at the market until the end of the season.
Companies will be able to set up a temporary space for customers to pick up orders or for whatever use they may need.
The market is located on Hyde Park Road south of Gainsborough, just minutes from the plaza destroyed by fire.
Mike Bell is the owner of the Market and has reached out to the Hyde Park Business Association to get the word out.
There have already been inquiries about the spaces available.
On Friday June 30 more than a dozen businesses were destroyed when fire ripped through a plaza on Hyde Park Road north of Gainsborough.
There is still no word on what may have caused the massive fire. The Ontario Fire Marshaal’s Office is handling the investigation and has yet to comment.