Toronto Heritage Office Architecture

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Canadian Bank of Commerce, Jarvis and King streets, Toronto, circa 1922

UrbanToronto historical look at Toronto property and real estate.

Bank of Montreal at Front and Yonge

Here's the Hockey Hall of Fame building circa the early when it was the Bank of Montreal. Today it welcomes well over visitors a year!

Canadian Bank of Commerce, Bloor & Yonge

Canadian Bank of Commerce, Bloor & Yonge

Canadian Bank of Commerce, Bloor and Lippincott, Toronto, circa 1918

Canadian Bank of Commerce, Bloor and Lippincott, Toronto, circa 1918

Ogilvie Building at the southeast corner of Bay and Wellington streets

Ogilvie Building at the southeast corner of Bay and Wellington streets

Darling and Pearson's 1905-built Canadian Bank of Commerce at 197 Yonge, Toronto

The 1905 Canadian Bank of Commerce Building by Darling & Pearson at 197 Yonge

Royal Canadian Bank, Front St. E., n. side

Royal Canadian Bank, Front St. E., n. side

Royal Insurance Company, Wellington St. E., s.e. corner Yonge Street

Toronto's early visual record is best known for the set of photographs taken by the firm of Armstrong, Beere, and Hime in They were taken to .

Canadian General Electric Company Building in Toronto, circa 1908

Canadian General Electric Company Building in Toronto, circa 1908

The Dominion Bank, City Hall Branch

The Dominion Bank, City Hall Branch

The Merchants Bank of Canada, King St. W.

The Merchants Bank of Canada, King St.

Temple Building, Bay Street looking to Toronto City Hall

Every Saturday morning, Historicist looks back at the events, places, and characters—good and bad—that have shaped Toronto into the city we know today.

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