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1175 Bathurst Street

LAST UPDATE: August 16 2021

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1175 Bathurst Street, Toronto - May 2019 - Image via Google Streetview

1175 Bathurst Street, Toronto - May 2019 - Image via Google Streetview

AT RISK INFORMATION
At risk status:
This building is at risk

Info:

 

In 2019, Makow Architects Associates Ltd. posted plans on their website for a new redevelopment - the Annex Lofts - at the northeast corner of Bathurst Street and Bridgman Avenue. This redevelopment would see the demolition of 1175 Bathurst Street / 84 Bridgman Avenue and adjacent properties. However, as of early August 2021, no formal redevelopment application has been made available in the City of Toronto Application Information Centre. 

 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
1175 Bathurst Street
1175 Bathurst Street
Casa Loma, Toronto

First Occupant:
Sackville Shops

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Alternate names:
84 Bridgman Avenue

Notes:

1175 Bathurst Street / 84 Bridgman Avenue is located at the northeast corner of Bathurst Street and Bridgman Avenue.

 

The building was constructed in 1942 and first home to the Sackville Shops - a furniture refinishing and upholstering business. By 1943, the Elvidge Printing Company had also moved into the building alongside Sackville Shops. 

Year Completed:
1942

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