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219-221 Bathurst Street

LAST UPDATE: January 3 2022

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219-221 Bathurst Street, Toronto - 1 January 2022 -  Photograph by Adam Wynne

219-221 Bathurst Street, Toronto - 1 January 2022 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

AT RISK INFORMATION
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In 2013/2014, a 9 storey residential building was proposed for 219-221 Bathurst Street. This proposal included the demolition of the extant houses at 219-221 Bathurst Street. 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
219-221 Bathurst Street
219-221 Bathurst Street
Kensington-Chinatown, Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
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219-221 Bathurst Street was constructed in 1875/1876. 219-221 Bathurst Street was originally the southmost part of a row of 6 houses. The rest of the row was demolished when Carr Street was extended west to Bathurst Street.

 

219-221 Bathurst Street was first home to:

 

219 Bathurst Street: Henry C. Bell — a printer and proof reader at The Globe newspaper.

 

221 Bathurst Street: Maria Huggett - the widow of B. Huggett. 

 

 

In 2013/2014, a 9 storey residential building was proposed for 219-221 Bathurst Street. This proposal included the demolition of the extant houses at 219-221 Bathurst Street. 

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