On Montreal Street there is this box of cement which has become a canvas for a myriad of artists armed with spray bottles. The I. Cohen & Co Ltd Steel Distributors company owned this building judging by the sign, and are presumed defunct as I cannot find anything about them. The building itself is now owned by the city of Kingston as part of their call to have land developers do a makeover.
Inside you'll find that all of the holes in the roof where water was leaking in were at that front half a door. Don't be silly like me use the big hole in the back. This whole back wall section looks like it was made out of wood and a fire was the likely cause for its closure judging by the scorch marks. Inside every section of the wall that is at head level is covered in spray paint from a number of generations by a number of people. The repository for all of the empty cans are in a pile in the middle.
The rubble there is interesting, there's a couch that has completely deteriorated down to it's wooden frame, the aforementioned can pile, a relatively intact bicycle, a smashed toilet, and curiously, a mattress. There are still some remnants of the original structure though, switches are still in place on load supporting poles, and some sort of pulley that looks like it may have used as a swing sits suspended from the metal roof.