ERA Architects

Maritime Life Tower

Built in 1909-1910, this Edwardian Baroque building was designed for the Bank of Montreal by the Toronto architectural firm of Darling and Pearson. A designated heritage property, this building is prominently located in downtown Toronto.

ERA was contracted to provide a heritage conservation plan to be incorporated into the adaptive reuse of this designated building and oversee the retention of the fa├žade as part of the Maritime Life Building. The building is designated by the City of Toronto under Part IV of the Ontario Heritage Act and is also protected by a Heritage Easement Agreement.

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1998 (98-060, 00-049)

1998 - Heritage Conservation Plan, Heritage Conservation and Restoration

Prime Consultant:
WZMH Partnership