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 façade 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