ERA Architects

Union Station Heritage Conservation District

Since its construction in 1929, Union Station has held a prominent role in the urban landscape of Toronto. The grand civic architecture of Union Station and its Front Street neighbours anchors a precinct that represents many periods of Toronto development.

ERA was retained by the City of Toronto to conduct a Heritage Conservation District Study as part of a comprehensive urban design exercise for the area surrounding Union Station. ERA worked closely with architectsAlliance in developing a broad framework for the protection and enhancement of the District’s cultural character.

http://www.toronto.ca/heritage-preservation/heritage_districts.htm

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2005 (05-044)

2005 - Heritage Planning

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