Tuesday, March 31, 2020

A little Bit Of History

Andy | Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | Best Blogger Tips
Over 100 years old the building has been bought by a condo developer for $31.5 million. It was built in The City Of Toronto sometime around 1874. Over the years it went through various name changes until 1985 when it became Filmores Hotel with a bump and grind strip club. It has remained that way ever since.

18 comments:

  1. ...I hope that they don't build a glass skyscraper on the sight!

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  2. So there may be some improvement.....They are not destroying it are they?

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  3. Times are changing, Andy! We won't recognize a lot of areas soon.

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  4. I like the rounded corner of this redstone building...

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  5. A great looking building. I wonder if the developer is going to keep it and remodel or tear it down and build another tower.

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  6. Fine looking old building. These old hotels are disappearing, and in the process of becoming something else. Hope the condo developer is successful. If not, this could become a building site for new construction.

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  7. Pues para tantos años no se conserva muy mal.
    Un abrazo y cuidate.

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  8. only in Toronto Andy... the old place lasted a long time since 1874... as for the bump and grind club... it might just last another 100 years:)
    ....peter:)

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  9. I love those old flatiron buildings. I hope the developers keep some of its character.

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  10. Truly the cornerstone of an intersection. Zo worden ze niet meer gemaakt. Lets hope it keep that character.

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  11. That doesn't sound sophisticated a stripclub with advertising beautiful girls. But the building looks beautiful!

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