Madison Avenue Pub

Madison Avenue Pub

It all started in 1983 when Dave and Isabel decided to open a small bar in the basement of 14 Madison Avenue. Then over the years we grew, and grew some more; now we occupy 3 Victorian mansions with several bars and multiple patios, all interconnected. Thanks to our unique style and labyrinthine layout, we are famous throughout the world. Beautifully designed for comfort and intimacy, all of our pubs display a distinct British flair with tastefully decorated walls, brass fittings, oak bars and comfortable booths. Each of our rooms has its own special attributes which help make The Maddy the perfect hangout spot for anybody and everybody.

But the main thing that makes The Madison so incredible are our amazing customers who flock here by the thousands every week, just as they’ve been doing for over 30 years. The Maddy is THE place to socialize any day or night. Come and find out why, and get lost inside.

 

Madison Avenue Pub

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Investing in the Annex has proven to be very profitable for many investors and corporations. 

The reason for so much interest in this area is the number of Schools and the main school being the University of Toronto. 
Student housing is a constant boom and a new flux of students come into Canada each year to replenish the apartment and condo needs. 
While there are many options for student housing, there is not much available in terms of new investment being built. All established houses are constantly being renovated and very few housing projects are approved for commercial use in the area. This is the reason why Real Estate in this area is traditionally higher than other parts of Toronto and surrounding areas. Current owners understand the investment they will be losing when they sell their property and want to re-coup that future investment when selling.
If you are looking to invest in the Annex please contact us, we can help you find the invest perfect for your portfolio.

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Madison Avenue Pub

It all started in 1983 when Dave and Isabel decided to open a small bar in the basement of 14 Madison Avenue. Then over the years we grew, and grew some more; now we occupy 3 Victorian mansions with several bars and multiple patios, all interconnected. Thanks to our...

read more

Investing In the Annex

Investing in the Annex has proven to be very profitable for many investors and corporations.  The reason for so much interest in this area is the number of Schools and the main school being the University of Toronto.  Student housing is a constant boom and a new flux...

read more

History of the Annex

The Annex is a neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The traditional boundaries of the neighbourhood are north to Dupont Street, south to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst Street and east to Avenue Road. The City of Toronto recognizes a broader...

read more

History of the Annex

History of the Annex

The Annex is a neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The traditional boundaries of the neighbourhood are north to Dupont Street, south to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst Street and east to Avenue Road. The City of Toronto recognizes a broader neighbourhood definition that includes the adjacent Seaton Village and Yorkville areas.

Bordering the University of Toronto, the Annex has long been a student quarter and is also home to many fraternity housing and members of the university’s faculty. Predominantly English-speaking, it is an affluent neighbourhood with well-educated residents. 

European settlement of this area began in the 1790s when surveyors laid out York Township. The area east of Brunswick Avenue became part of the village of Yorkville, while the region west of Brunswick was part of Seaton Village. In 1883, Yorkville agreed to annexation with the City of Toronto. In 1886, Simeon Janes, a developer, created a subdivision which he called the Toronto Annex. The Annex area became part of Toronto in 1887 and Seaton Village joined Toronto in 1888.

First residents of the area included Timothy Eaton, patriarch of the Eatons Department Store, and George Gooderham, president of Gooderham & Worts Distillery. The Annex’s first Golden Era lasted until the early 1900s, when the upper classes began to migrate northward above the Davenport escarpment to newer more fashionable suburbs in Forest Hill and Lawrence Park

In the 1960s, the proposed Spadina Expressway would have divided the Annex in half. Annex area residents, along with other resident groups, successfully opposed its construction.

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