Fashion House Condos - Toronto, Ontario

60 squares of our North Country Semi-Weathering Sea Green (18” x 10” x ¼”-3/8”
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Fashion House Condominiums  A 160 Year Old heritage building developed by Freed Developments (Peter Freed). A self contained village at Toronto's Fashion House Condo pre-sales, steps from the big city, yet in your own little world are now available.

Fashion House Condominiums A 160 Year Old heritage building developed by Freed Developments (Peter Freed). A self contained village at Toronto's Fashion House Condo pre-sales, steps from the big city, yet in your own little world are now available.

FASHION HOUSE CONDOS , FASHION HOUSE CONDOMINIUMS BY FREED DEVELOPMENTS - Downtown Toronto Condos | Toronto Condo | Steve Shahsavar

FASHION HOUSE CONDOS , FASHION HOUSE CONDOMINIUMS BY FREED DEVELOPMENTS - Downtown Toronto Condos | Toronto Condo | Steve Shahsavar

This 11-story building near Toronto's Queen West, developed by BSäR Group Of Companies and Prince Bay Developments, is meant to reflect the "building-block" feel of other buildings in the neighbourhood, such as the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Ontario College of Art and Design. #toronto

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FASHION HOUSE CONDOMINIUMS , 560 KING ST WEST CONDOS , FASHION HOUSE CONDOS FOR SALE

Construction of Fashion House Condos on King Street West has reached 10 floors on the way to 12

Fashion House Condo - Unit 319 For Rent | Condos.ca

The Fashion House Condo, Toronto, Ontario. In we supplied 60 squares of our North Country Semi-Weathering Sea Green x x providing another 100 year life to the Toronto Silver Plate Building.

we supplied 60 squares of our North Country Semi-Weathering Sea Green (18” x 10” x ¼”-3/8”) providing another 100 year life to the Toronto Silver Plate Building.

we supplied 60 squares of our North Country Semi-Weathering Sea Green x x providing another 100 year life to the Toronto Silver Plate Building.

Built in 1882 for James A Watt’s Toronto Silver Plate Company, the building is a classic example of a late 19th century industrial building; 4 story rectangular shaped, red brick cladding, stone trim, and slate gable roof. The company was the first in Canada to manufacture silver plated products and remained in business until 1929.

Built in 1882 for James A Watt’s Toronto Silver Plate Company, the building is a classic example of a late 19th century industrial building; 4 story rectangular shaped, red brick cladding, stone trim, and slate gable roof. The company was the first in Canada to manufacture silver plated products and remained in business until 1929.

In addition to the new condominiums, the ground floor of the old Toronto Silver Plate Building is home to the Keg Restaurant.

In addition to the new condominiums, the ground floor of the old Toronto Silver Plate Building is home to the Keg Restaurant.


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