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786 King Street West

LAST UPDATE: January 6 2022

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786 King Street West, Toronto (on left) - June 2021 - Google Streetview

786 King Street West, Toronto (on left) - June 2021 - Google Streetview

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

Info:

In November 2021, the Lamb Development Corporation proposed demolition of 778-788 King Street West (including 786 King Street West) as part of a 17-storey condominium redevelopment. 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
786 King Street West
786 King Street West
Niagara, Toronto

First Occupant:
I. D. Dewar & Sons (chemists) and the Toronto Wire, Nail, & Tack Company

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

786 King Street West is a 3 storey plus basement industrial building dating to 1908/1909. 786 King Street West was first home to I. D. Dewar & Sons (chemists) and the Toronto Wire, Nail, & Tack Company. 786 King Street West was later associated with Hughes & Company, a cloth finishing company. 786 King Street West presently houses StartWell — a meeting and office venue. The exterior of 786 King Street West has been painted black, which is obscuring underlying architectural details. 

 

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Companies:
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