20–30 Maud Street overlooks one of the larger parks in the Downtown West area. The property consists of three sections: a 5-storey main building with basement, a 3-storey north annex and a 2-storey south annex. The renovated main building is mill construction featuring wooden beams, columns and floor joists with hardwood floors throughout. Exterior walls are brick.
The north annex is steel frame construction with wooden floors and concrete block exterior walls. All three floors have been renovated. The second and third floors are accessed from the main building and the ground floor is accessed directly from the parking area in front of the property.
The south annex has been renovated on the second floor and is accessed from the main building.
Renovations throughout include operable anodized double-glazed aluminum windows, sanded hardwood floors, new electrical and plumbing systems, male and female washrooms on each floor. The elevators have been upgraded, all exposed brickwork and lintels were repaired, new carpeting was installed on the stairs and the front lobby has been completely remodeled. The building is fully sprinklered. Central air conditioning is installed in a portion of the building.
20-30 Maud Street is located in the heart of Downtown West in the King-Spadina area. Maud is a two way street connecting Adelaide and Richmond Streets, west of Spadina Avenue with easy access to the Gardiner Expressway, the Spadina and Harbourfront LRT system and to the Downtown Financial Core. In the immediate area is a mix of new condominium residential and entertainment development with the historic commercial and industrial properties. Queen Street West provides a lively commercial thoroughfare. Attracted to the area are growing creative businesses such as design, communications, software, film and TV production, as well as the more traditional fashion sales, showrooms, printing and import-export.
Land uses are regulated by the City of Toronto’s Zoning By-Law No. 438-86 and 487 is zoned “RA” – Reinvestment Area Districts. General uses permitted under the “RA Zone ” are extensive and include a series of residential, quasi industrial and commercial uses which include live-work units and warehousing of goods and materials.
The subject property has full municipal services: hydro, gas, snow removal, police and fire protection, sewers, water, sidewalks and paved roads.
Net rentable area: 40,000
Number of floors: 5
Typical floorplate: 500 to 4,000 Square Feet
Elevators: Passenger elevator (8 persons/1,500 lb.) and
Freight elevator (3,000 lb.)
Parking: Surface parking for 39 cars
*All square foot measures are approximate