The CDP theme for April is triangles and the most famous triangle in Toronto is probably the FlatIron Building at the intersection of Church, Front & Wellington Streets. It was designed by architect Derek Besant and constructed in 1892 for the Godderham & Worts distillers to be used as their office which they did until 1952. It continues to be used for various offices although the bottom floor which is slightly below grade is a pub.
Taking part in Theme Day. To see more triangles from around the world click here.