The sale of 67 Vine and the two houses next door to it to the east which are all owned by Niazi Holdings Inc and have been for ever so long, solves many problems for the east end of Vine Ave, among them these pointed out commenter J.U. on April 4th of this year…
The people that own 67 Vine also own the other 4 derelict houses on Vine. 2 of the houses are attached and leaning/falling over badly, the third has a tenant but is in extremely poor repair and the 4th has been boarded up since the 60’s. How is it that a house can remain vacant for 48 years?
The sale of 83 feet on frontage may attract the attention of small infill developer with the interest of building 4 to 5 and may six – if they squeeze – new townhouses on the site. The new homes would be a welcome addition, but with one caveat …the saving of 67 Vine ave itself, a house virtually untouched by Home depot renovation materials at least on it’s exterior. The house has a wonderful slate roof and most of what must be original creative exterior woodwork, all of which should be respected and restorted.
So maybe an enlightened infill developer can built his new houses and leave the great one that alreday there?
…the listing description