ERA Architects

North Rosedale Heritage Conservation District Study

Inspired by the City Beautiful Movement, Harton Walker’s 1908 North Rosedale subdivision plan created a neighbourhood of sweeping, tree-lined streets. North Rosedale’s secluded park setting became popular among the City’s elite and came to be the site of homes designed by such distinguished Toronto architects as Eden Smith, John Lyle and Alfred Chapman.

ERA served as the heritage consultant for the North Rosedale Ratepayers Association in completing a community-driven Heritage Conservation District Study and Plan.

2002 (02-039)

2002 - Heritage Planning