2050 Dandurand

 Description

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

  • Services

    • Parking
    • 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
  • History

    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 renovations

    New floor added in 1975. Multi-unit partition walls restored and major renovations in 2008 to create common areas.
  • Caracteristics

    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
    Cell: 514-570-7515
    Courriel: cpernod@videotron.ca

    Année(s) de renovations: 2008

    Vocation : Commercial

    Nom historique : Fry-Cadbury Ltd.

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