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50 Harbord Street

LAST UPDATE: November 21 2020

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50 Harbord Street, Toronto - 25 April 2020 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

50 Harbord Street, Toronto - 25 April 2020 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

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

Info:

50 Harbord Street, Toronto is slated for demolition as part of a new student residence project by the University of Toronto.  Of additional note is that the property has been vacant and undergoing a demolition by deterioration (demolition by neglect) for over 10 years. 

 

City of Toronto Planning Staff have indicated that the properties at 44 through 56 Harbord Street do not meet criteria for heritage preservation despite being some of the oldest extant (perhaps the oldest houses) houses on Harbord Street and the only remaining (19th century) houses on Harbord Street east of Spadina Avenue. 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
50 Harbord Street
50 Harbord Street
University, Toronto

Owner:
University of Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

50 Harbord Street was constructed in 1879. The property is part of the block of 19th century houses at 44 to 56 Harbord Street. 

 

50 Harbord Street features a shed dormer. 

 

The first occupant of 50 Harbord Street was Kenneth Cross - a carpenter by trade. 

Year Completed:
1879

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BUILDING DATA
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Sources

  1. Recollections of a Neighbourhood: Huron-Sussex from UTS to Stop Spadina
    Author - Williams, Nancy and Scott-Baron, Marie
    Date - 2013/2014

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