This industrial and commercial multi-unit building is located between Plateau Mont-Royal and Rosemont Petite-Patrie, in an area in the process of being revitalized next to the ever-vibrant Angus district. Former Fry-Cadbury building, which originally had three storeys in 1955, plus a basement, with a fourth floor added around 1975. The building is currently zoned for light industrial and commercial use as well as loft-type office space. The building is built of concrete and has a gross floor area of 146,622 square feet. The building’s tenants consist of companies specialized in publishing, printing, silkscreen, cabinet-making, distribution as well as multimedia and new technologies
- Interior loading docks
- Two freight elevators with a capacity up to 10,000 lbs
- Garbage container
- Separate service panels
- Voltage: 600/240/110V
- Access control
- Indoor and outdoor security cameras
- Intercom system
In 1919, Cadbury Brothers Limited merged with J. S. Fry & Sons from Bristol. In 1964, the company became a player on the confectionery market with the acquisition of Pascall Murray. The company remained a family-run business for over 100 years. It was restructured in the 1960s, and Cadbury has been part of the Schweppes Group since 1969.
Alterations and renovationsNew floor added in 1975. Multi-unit partition walls restored and major renovations in 2008 to create common areas.
Adresse : 2050 Rue Dandurand
Montréal, QC H2G 1Y9
Année de construction : 1955-1975
Étages : 4 étages et 1 sous-sol
Superficie par étage : approx. 30,000 pieds²
Superficie totale : 146,622 pieds²
Géré par : 2050 Dandurand SENC
Téléphone: 514-933-2211 #2
Année(s) de renovations: 2008
Vocation : Commercial
Nom historique : Fry-Cadbury Ltd.