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Victoria Memorial Square

Victoria Memorial Square is the City of Toronto’s first European cemetery. It was created in 1793/94 by…

100 Yorkville Avenue

Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital was founded on this site in 1923. In 1930, a new surgical wing…

Minto St. Thomas

The project includes the development of a condominium and rental building and the heritage designation of the…

Found Toronto

Found Toronto was presented as part of the Building On History exhibit that opened at Harbourfront Centre…

Artscape Wychwood Barns

The Artscape Wychwood Barns is located on the southwest corner of Wychwood and Benson Avenues, near St.…

Cambridge City Hall

Built in 1857 and designed by H.B. Sinclair, Cambridge City Hall is a fine example of Italianate…

Concrete Toronto

Toronto is a concrete city. International landmarks, civic buildings, cultural institutions, metropolitan infrastructure and housing from high-rise…

Asylum Wall at CAMH

The “Asylum Wall” borders the site of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) at 1001…

The Kerr Log House

The Kerr Log House is one of few remaining two-storey log houses in Southern Ontario. Built around…

Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is a national cultural and architectural landmark, and is designated under Part IV…

St. Lawrence Hall

St. Lawrence Hall was completed in 1850. Designed by William Thomas, it was established to provide a…

Loretto Condominium

This project converted the Loretto Abbey School in the Annex, a designated heritage property, into residential condominium…

Whitehern Museum

A National Historic Site, Whitehern Historic House and Garden is the former estate of the prominent McQuesten…

Wesley Building

The Wesley Building was designed by Burke Horwood & White in 1913 to house the Methodist Book…

The Abbey

The Abbey Residential Condominium at 384 Sunnyside Avenue is a conversion of Howard Park Methodist Church. Modern…

Mill St. Brewery

Located in the Distillery District National Historic Site, the Mill St. Brewery is designated by the City…

Richmond Adelaide Centre

The Richmond Adelaide Centre consists of a large block of commercial buildings in downtown Toronto. Significant heritage…

Miller House

The Miller House is a 1-1/2 storey home located on the property of the Pillar and Post…

Convocation Hall

Designed by the Toronto firm of Darling & Pearson, the University of Toronto’s Convocation Hall opened in…

The Carlu

The former Eaton’s College Street contains one of the finest Art Moderne interiors in Canada, the Carlu.…

121-123 Scollard Street

121-123 Scollard Street was constructed by 1884, developed by Leeds Sheppard, a prominent landowner in Yorkville. This…

Bloor Gladstone Library

The construction of the Chapman & McGiffin designed public library, formerly known as the Dovercourt Branch, began…

Casey House: 571 Jarvis

Commissioned by clothing manufacturer William R. Johnston, and built in 1875 by prominent local architectural firm, Langley,…

Crangle’s Collision

Crangle’s Collision (the former International Harvesters’ Building) has been an Art Moderne accent at the corner of…

King Edward Precinct Study

The residential buildings within the King Edward precinct of Ottawa were constructed between 1880 and 1921. A…

Little Trinity Church

Dating from 1843, Little Trinity is one of the oldest surviving brick churches in Toronto. This polychrome…

Union Station

Union Station is recognized under the Railway Stations Protection Act as a nationally significant heritage building and…

The Stone Distillery

The Stone Distillery is the most prominent structure on the site of the Distillery District, National Historic…

Ojibway Club

The Ojibway Club is a rare surviving example of the wooden resort hotel once common in the…

Commissioner’s Park

ERA served as heritage and cultural planning consultant for the conceptual park designs for Commissioners Park, the…

Defining the Public Realm Plan

“Defining the Public Realm” was created in 2003 for the Culture Division, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism…