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34 Maitland Street

LAST UPDATE: May 4 2021

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Photograph by Adam Wynne - 2016

Photograph by Adam Wynne - 2016

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
34 Maitland Street
34 Maitland Street
Church-Yonge Corridor, Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

The property dates to 1867 or 1870 and is one of 2 remaining 19th century homes with their primary elevations on Maitland Street between Church Street and Yonge Street.  Most of the southwest section of the Church-Wellesley Village neighbourhood was demolished in the mid-20th century to allow the construction of high-rise apartments and co-ops.  

 

34 Maitland Street was demolished on 15 April 2021. 34 Maitland Street had experienced 2 fires in a 4 month period. An engineer's report recommended demolishing the building due to structural issues caused by the fires.  A definitive cause of the fires has not yet been established, although rumours about potential arson and/or squatters have circulated in the surrouding communities.  


Prior to the fires, the future of the property was unclear. Some documents from as early as 2016 reference the owners considering demolition; whereas other documents indicate building permits had been issued for the property post-2016. 

Status:
Demolished

Year Destroyed:
2021

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  1. Heritage Property Nomination
    Date - May 2020
    Document - de1fb8f9aa91049457fef755fb341db3.pdf

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