If an acceptable proposal is received, the Diocese of London will transfer said property (ies) to the successful proposer for $1 (one dollar)
The purchaser won’t be able to demolish or strip any of the buildings (Our Lady of the Rosary, imaged on the right) to comply with the Ontario Heritage Act. The London diocese will insist you sign an agreement not to turn these buildings into abortion clinics or nightclubs. Unknown if they think CtA would constitute inappropriate use.
I wonder how the Church would plan to remain in compliance with the OHA if nobody buys the buildings and they continue to fall into disrepair. It’s one thing to have a developer come in and raze a “heritage” structure. But through inaction, these buildings will eventually crumble into streetside rubble.
Check the photo in the link at the top. OLHR is sure an impressive sight with its twin towers and double staircase. Nice view of the Detroit River.