Abandoned Mystery Hotel



A curious case of no found history.

Today I present the 'Mystery Hotel' because the only relevant real estate information that could be found for this property all point to the category listed as hotels and classed as a miscellaneous hotel for land use pertaining to commercial & office buildings. Nothing could be found either in the Department of Buildings database using two known addresses for this property. I searched and searched for property records pertaining to the past uses and occupants of this commercial building but came up empty. Hopefully, in the future when development comes to this property I can write up a new update. But for now, enjoy these exterior shots I shot a few weeks ago.

Former Hotel Entrance

Cross Street View

Now just used to store local school buses.

About a month ago, there was a visible entrance inside the driveway. Someone had broken through the cinder blocked doorway and made their way inside probably to scrap for metal. Upon my return, it was sewn up again with no other entrances possible but the third story window in front of a busy one-way avenue. Currently, the land is used to park and store school buses for the surrounding schools of this distinct residential neighbourhood.


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  1. This building is very similar to Ostermoor in Bridgeport. Both are in residential neighborhoods and have the entrances sealed with cinder blocks. The scrapper must have used a sledgehammer to gain access.

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    1. The owner definitely does not want anyone inside. Definitely scrapper invasion.

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