More Reuse On King West
This fine example of a Classical Revival building is the next door neighbour of yesterday's building. It was constructed in 1903 as the factory and offices of the Dominion Paper Box Company and it too has now been historically designated so there is little danger of it being demolished and the space used for even more condos downtown. I love all the wonderful details and will show you a close-up of that doorway another day.
This is absolutely gorgeous. It would have been a sin had that building been destroyed.
I'm posting a bit on our blog on our website, Pat: http://www.landlfotos.com/blog.
They are very similar the two ... We will wait to see that door :))
I had to do a double take, it does look very alike to yesterday's photo! Another gorgeous looking building!
Can't wait to see the door!
another really nice one.
They don't build them like this anymore. Beautiful building!
A perfect pair Pat! Happy weekend!
Those windows are a real benefit to the condo owners.
wonderful old buildings, so good to see them being used
And -- again -- I love it. Just take my comment from yesterday and cut and paste.
I adore both these neighbours Pat- something grand and yet warm and inviting about them.
These are both just gorgeous. I can't wait to see tomorrow's shot of the doorway, it looks not only spectacular, but very different.
Two great buildings. Glad they were saved and repurposed.
Great to see buildings like tastefully converted into good uses.
What an interesting facade seen here.
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