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133 John Street

LAST UPDATE: August 6 2021

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photo credit, courtesy of Bob Krawczyk

photo credit, courtesy of Bob Krawczyk

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

Info:

A redevelopment application released in June 2021 proposes the demolition of 133 John Street. This redevelopment application would see the construction of  41-storey tower (containing 470 residential units) on the site. 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
133 John Street
133 John Street
Waterfront Communities-The Island, Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Alternate names:
131 John Street

Notes:

133 John Street was originally known as 111 John Street and also formerly known as 131 John Street.

 

 

133 John Street (formerly 131 John Street) was originally the southmost of a row of 5 houses that were constructed in 1879.  

 

131 John Street was home to Edward (Ned) Hanlan and family between 1890 and 1896. 

 

A bar-related addition was added on its ground floor in 2008/2009. 

Status:
Completed

Year Completed:
1875

Map:
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Companies:
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BUILDING DATA
Type:
Detached house

Current use:
Commercial

Heritage:
No heritage status

Main Style:

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