Doing business with the Deep Quong Non Profit Homes Inc.

The Deep Quong Non Profit Homes Inc. uses's ePurchasing platform to:

  • Advertisements/Bid Scope
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  • Issue Amendments

About the Deep Quong Non Profit Homes Inc.
Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes Inc. is a non-profit organization which owns and operates the building located at 106 Beverley Street, Toronto, Ontario. Deep Quong is an alternate housing provider to the homeless. Built in 1855 as the home of James Christie Esten, an Upper Canada judge, the building is a four storey wood frame structure with a basement and is listed in the City of Toronto’s inventory of heritage properties. The building includes sixty-fiver (65) one room apartment units including 4 fully accessible rooms, shared kitchens, common areas, and bathrooms (3 with wheel-in showers).


Currently, there are no bids open for bidding. However, you should click the Historical Bids tab to view a list of the closed bids.