This location is basically about the sudden disappearance of 18 huge buildings without a trace.In 1880 this was owned by a Schnieder, so that would mean a slaughterhouse. It looks like the cattle were taken off the train on the south side and processed on the north side of the tracks. then I guess Seagrams bought it by the name of the only named road there, with no access. There are no buildings north of the tracks, now,yet Google Maps shows many buildings  and some very prestine roads. You can see where they were on Google Earth , as well. South of the tracks they left the ruble from the really long buildings, as I guess they might have damaged the tracks by removing it. The small pond south of the tracks looks like vegetation was killed from it,[google earth] at one time when it overflowed with ...bacteria from the slaughterhouse operations?? If it was so important to destroy all these buildings and remove them completely, why are condos slated to be built here, now? I would think the soil should have been removed as well, to be safe. Coca-cola has owned this property since 2004.