This Collingwood heritage property is undergoing a detailed and complete restoration located in high traffic downtown location. Highly flexible C1 zoning many uses. Constructed in 1881 as an Ice Cream parlour beside Trott’s Furniture.
This location offers Accessibility:
Exposed brick interior walls (~2200SF)
Frontage on Hurontario and rear facing frontage on Pine.
Facade to be completely restored
Space boasts an impressive 13′ clear ceiling.
There is something to be said about “They don’t make things like they used to!” and that old adage can certainly be applied to this architectural gem. 78 Hurontario was built in the early 1880’s with the craftsmanship that to some degrees has been lost with the ages. This building was originally built adjacent to the historic Trott’s store.
Photo Credit: Collingwood Museum Collection – X970.450.1 – Cira 1937
Photo Credit: Collingwood Museum Collection X971.562.1 – Circa 1880`s