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Review The Properties - Past & Present - That Investors, Sellers and Tenants Have Benefited From Through Malcolm Silver & Co Ltd.

134 Atlantic Avenue

134-Atlantic-AvenueThis mid-sized building bought in 2002 is at the gateway into the heart of the rapidly expanding Liberty Village – one of Toronto’s fastest growing walkable, urban areas. The commercial space is home to an extensively renovated vegan café and store. Upstairs, two recently renovated, two-bedroom, two-level apartments attract quality renters. The entire space is 3000 sq ft. The building was sold in 2019.

860 Millwood Road

millwood propertyThis 2 storey building in Leaside was bought in a completely run down condition in 2005.

It is comprised of a large retail store and a 2 bedroom apartment on top. It was completely renovated and leased to a gym for 5 years.

The building was sold when the tenant left in 2010.

1658 & 1662 Queen Street West

After falling from grace for several decades, West Queen West has risen to be one of the most desirable downtown neighbourhoods. Our properties are two retail stores, both with renovated 2 bedroom apartments above, on the same block.

1658-Queen-West<< 1658 was tenanted by a non-profit caterer who had extensively renovated the premises and was on a long lease. This property was bought in 2007 and sold in 2015.

1662-Queen-Street-West1662 has a new clothing store called North Standard Trading Post offering hip Canadian clothing to the area. It was bought in 2011.>>

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1344 Bloor Street West

1344-Bloor-Street-WestThe Bloor/Lansdowne neighbourhood is an interesting transitional area. Art galleries, indie cafés and new residential buildings are springing up in the corridor between Dufferin and Lansdowne. Our property is a retail store with a long established, niche book store as tenant. There is a renovated one bedroom and den apartment above, and a basement studio. This property was bought in 2007 and sold in 2016.

2346 Dufferin Street

This is the first of our properties located along the path of the developing Eglinton 2346-DufferinCrosstown LRT line. It is located on Dufferin at Eglinton – a neighbourhood earmarked for transition due to the Crosstown. The property is in a prime location immediately south of Eglinton directly across the street from the future main entrance of the Dufferin LRT station. The property consists of a retail store with two double-level, three-bedroom apartments above. It was bought in 2012 and sold in 2017.

2344 Dufferin Street

2344-Dufferin-StreetWe also owned the neighbouring retail/residential building at 2344 Dufferin with two double-level three-bedroom apartments upstairs, and a three-bedroom basement apartment. It was bought in 2013 and sold in 2017.

1179 Weston Road

1179-Weston-Road1179-1181 Weston Road is an 8,000 sq ft property comprising two retail stores, two commercial units, four apartments on the second floor and two basement apartments. This property is on the corner of Weston Road and Locust Street, immediately north of Eglinton Avenue West. An LRT station is planned at Eglinton, combined with a future GO Train stop and a major train and bus terminal. This property was bought in 2013 and sold in 2014.

2401 Eglinton Avenue West

2401-Eglinton-WestThis property was a combination of three auto related businesses: a body shop, a repair shop and a retail tyre store. It is on a key corner site, located just west of Caledonia Road and immediately south of Eglinton Avenue West, facing the future LRT station which will also become a transport hub when linked to a future GO Train stop and a bus loop.  This property was bought in 2013 and sold in 2017.

3659-3663 Lake Shore Boulevard West

3663 Lakeshore Blvd W. StorefrontThis building was bought in a vacant and completely run down state. It consisted of two retail stores and two apartments above. It is located in Mimico which is an area undergoing extensive re-development with the building of a substantial number of new townhouses and condos. It is also close to the Long Branch Go-Train Station.
It had been completely renovated and the retail area leased to a new real estate agency.  This property was bought in 2016 and sold in 2017.


62 and 64 King Street East, Hamilton

62 King Street East is a four-storey 12,000 sq ft building situated on the second block east of James Street. It is on Gore Park, with a planned LRT stop in front. It is in a dilapidated state and will need a complete renovation. The main floor was a bar and restaurant and the upper floors are empty. It was bought in 2018. 64 King Street East is a three-storey 9,000 sq ft building adjacent to 62. It has been renovated into an office building with a striking atrium in the centre.

The plan for these buildings is to merge them into one fully-renovated modern office building. Redevelopment has started.

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103 King Street East, Hamilton

103 King Street East is a two-storey 7,000 sq ft building situated on the third block east of James Street. It is on Gore Park, with a planned LRT stop in front. It was in a dilapidated state and has undergone a complete renovation. The main floor was a bar and gallery and the upper floor was empty. It was bought in 2018 and has been fully leased to Escape Manor - an escape room /axe throwing tenant. It has been fully renovated and is now operational.

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