96 Vine Ave is for sale … a little history and a magazine ad for the firms products

 

Building is now used for both trades person commercial and residential former uses.

Main former historical use,

(roofing materials) 96 Vine Ave

WEST TORONTO STATION railroad sidling 267 (Old time trains web site info Great site take a look)

Location: Keele St. and Dundas St. W
Site Area: 50’ x 165’
Building Area: Approximately 8,400 SF on 3 floors
Zoning: I1 D2
Legal Description: Pt. lt. 20 pl 603 west Toronto Junction pt 1 63R4660,
Toronto, City of Toronto
Comments: • Four Studio Lofts;
• Ground Floor Industrial/Warehouse Space;
• Vintage Building in Junction Area.
NOI: Estimated at $70,000
Commission: $0.80 PSF/R 1-5 YRS
Asking: $1,350,000 (CAD)

Listed by Metrcom Reality click to visit their site

Main former historical use, below much of the original building is gone because of its past asbestos manufacturing use.

(roofing materials) 96 Vine Ave

WEST TORONTO STATION railroad sidling 267 (Old time trains web site info Great site take a look)

Rapid American/ Philip Carey Manufacturing
The Philip Carey Manufacturing Corporation, an asbestos-mining company which also manufactured and sold asbestos-containing insulation for industrial applications, was responsible for exposing thousands of miners, pipefitters, plumbers and other workers to asbestos used in its products from 1888 until the late 1960s.

History of Rapid American/ Philip Carey Manufacturing

The Philip Carey Manufacturing Corporation, nicknamed “Old Carey,” was founded in 1888 in Ohio. Until the company merged with the Glen Alden Corporation in 1967, Old Carey manufactured a line of insulation products that contained asbestos derived from the company’s own asbestos mines in Canada.

Products manufactured by Old Carey included:

Carey-Canadian Asbestos 7RF Floats
Carey Thermo-Board concrete
Carey Rock Wool
Asbestos Magnesia Diatomite Rock Wool
Carey Mineral Wool Block
Careytemp
Thermoglass
Spun Mineral Wool Insulation
Carey Stone
Fire-Chex Singles

 

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