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99 Sudbury Street

LAST UPDATE: May 3 2021

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99 Sudbury Street, Toronto - April 2021 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

99 Sudbury Street, Toronto - April 2021 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

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

Info:

99 Subury Street, Toronto should be considered under increased threat of demolition.

 

In 2014, a redevelopment application was submitted for 99 Sudbury Street which proposed a 26-storey condominium and hotel building on the site and the demolition of the existing building. This application appears to be inactive, with no new documents available on the Application Information Centre since 2016. Subsequently, in 2019, several articles were published which referenced Metrolinx having purchased \"certain rights\" to the 99 Sudbury Street property to construct a SmartTrack Rapid Transit Station.  

 

 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
99 Sudbury Street
99 Sudbury Street
Little Portugal, Toronto

First Owner:
Toronto Glass Works / Dominion Glass Works

First Occupant:
Toronto Glass Works / Dominion Glass Works

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

99 Sudbury Street is a 2-storey, early 20th century former industrial and/or warehouse building on the south side of Sudbury Street, just west of Dovercourt Road. The property is also an architectural vista for the southern terminus of Lisgar Street. 99 Sudbury Street was originally part of the Toronto Glass Works / Dominion Glass Works - a glass manufacturing and production facility which existed on Sudbury Street from the late 19th through to the mid-to-late 20th century. Uses of the building from the late 20th century onward include as a restaurant, a gym, and an events hosting space (Glass Factory Lounge, etc.). Around 2011, 99 Sudbury Street was painted black which obfuscates the building —  although a largely intact early 20th century building with red-orange brick appears to exist under the paint.  

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