Stalled Toronto Condos

Stalled Toronto Condos

During our last road trip adventure in Toronto, I noticed this house out of the corner of my eye. It had “the look”, and so I turned around. I made my way around the property trying the doors. It wasn’t until I rounded the final corner that I noticed a door with the doorknob broken off. I tried the door and to my excitement, it opened!

The house has an addition to it which looks to be a business office. There’s working electricity and security cameras. The highlight for me was the bathroom and it’s 70’s vibe tiles, as well as a brightly coloured room with a wall mural.

The plans for this property are to demolish the house and build approximately 60 condos with a starting price of $1.5 million. The project is said to be completed by 2021 but given that the house hasn’t been taken down yet, that’s not going to happen.

2 thoughts on “0

  1. I pass by this house quite often. What’s interesting is that there was a fountain with some greenery right in center of the driveway which was for some reason very recently removed. I also find it very odd that the original garage doors were replaced with those glass doors yet the house is clearly not in use. As I was driving by once I saw an old fragile lady squeezing in through the fence; that bothers me to this day.

  2. It is now unfortunately fully demolished as of today, Dec 18 2022. Demo equipment still on site along with some rubbish.

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