5 - 465 King Street

35,000
For Sale
Commercial

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Type
Sale Of Business
Property Type
Commercial
Business Type
Cafe
Zoning
475-Commercial Condominium
Size
700 sqft
Age
Contact Us
Taxes
$32 /yr
Walkscore
93
MLS®#
C4190606
Days on Site
9
Listed By
Homelife New World Realty Inc., Brokerage
Last Checked
6 minutes ago
Last Updated
59 minutes ago
Added to Zolo
Jul 13, 2018

Property

Status
Sale
Type
Sale Of Business
Property Type
Commercial
Area
Toronto
Community
Moss Park

Inside

Bathrooms
2
Air Conditioning
Y
Handicap Equipped
N

Building

Basement
Basement1 included
Heating
Gas Forced Air Closd
Heating
Gas Forced Air Closd
Water supply
Municipal

Parking

Garage
Outside/Surface
Parking Places
1

Fees

Taxes
32.23
Tax Year
2018
Tax Legal Description
York Condo Plan 389 Level 1 Unit 5

Land

Frontage
14.00
Lot Depth
45
Lot Size Units
Feet
Sewer
San+Storm
Zoning
475-Commercial Condominium
Cross Street
King St & Sackville St
Municipality District
Toronto C08

Commercial General

Rail
N
Retail Area
700
Retail Area metric
Sq Ft
Seats
12
Sprinklers
Part
Total Area
700
Total Area metric
Sq Ft
Taxes Type
T.M.I.
Orig_lp_cd
For Sale
Com_cn_fee
70.69
Business Type
Cafe
Ceil Height (ft)
8
Ceiling Height
0
Chattels Included
Yes
Days Open
6:30-4P
Doing Business As
King Deli Cafe
Number of Employees
2
Expense Type
Est
Financial Statement
N
Franchise
N
Free Standing
N
Hours Open
6:30-4P
Llbo
N
Lot Code
Unit
List Price Type
For Sale
Downtown Toronto 4.33 km
54 mins
17 mins
46 mins
8 mins
Lester B. Pearson International Airport 34.48 km
102 mins
31 mins
Billy Bishop Toronto City Centre Airport 6.66 km
33 mins
49 mins
Downtown King Station
Line 1 (yonge-university)
1.54 km
20 mins
8 mins
6 mins
King St East At Sackville St
King
132 m
2 mins
1 mins
1 mins
Parliament St At King St East
365
240 m
3 mins
1 mins
Queen St East At Sackville St
502
270 m
3 mins
1 mins
Front St East At Parliament St
172
322 m
4 mins
2 mins

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