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List of oldest buildings and structures in Toronto

This is a list of the oldest existing buildings and structures in Toronto, Ontario, that were constructed before 1920.

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Surviving structuresEdit

The oldest intact structure of European settlement may be a piece of St Paul's Cathedral's courtyard railing dating from 1714, designed by Christopher Wren, that is now part of John Howard's tomb in High Park. Howard had it shipped from London in 1875.[1]

1794 to 1819Edit

Most of the buildings of this period were made of wood. The surviving structures were often moved from the original site years after; they are mostly residential or military structures.

Building Year Completed Builder Style Source Location Image
Scadding Cabin 1794 John Scadding Log cabin W Exhibition Place  
Osterhout Log Cabin 1795?[2][3] Augustus Jones Log cabin 5, 11 South side of Guildwood Parkway between Morningside Avenue and Kingston Road - Guildwood Park  
John Cox Cottage 1807 Log cabin renovated W 469 Broadview Avenue  
Elm Bank Farm House 1808 18 23 Jason Road, Thistletown  
Gibraltar Point Lighthouse 1809 British marine architecture 2 Toronto Islands  
Fort York Blockhouse #1 1813 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W Fort York, 100 Garrison Road  
Fort York Blockhouse #2 1813 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W
Fort York Brick Magazine 1814 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W
Fort York Stone Powder Magazine 1815 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W  
Fort York Brick Barracks 1815 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W  
Daniel Stong Loghouse 1816 Daniel and Elizabeth Stong 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Daniel Stong Smokehouse and Butchery 1816 Daniel Stong Black Creek Pioneer Village
The Grange 1817 D'Arcy Boulton Jr Georgian architecture 2 Grange Park, incorporated into the Art Gallery of Ontario  
Gray Grist Mill 1819 Gray brothers - William and James Gray Early 19th Century farm architecture Incorporated with cattle barn and now part of Donalda Golf and Country Club[4]

1820 to 1839Edit

Building Year Completed Builder Style Source Location Image
Mercer House c. 1820 Samuel Mercer Georgian architecture 8 72 Old Burnhamthorpe Rd, Etobicoke
Snider Backhouse 1820 Henry Snider Round-log backhouse[5] 6 Relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Snider House First level c. 1820 William Snider Georgian architecture 8 744 Duplex Avenue  
Campbell House 1822 William Campbell Georgian architecture W University Avenue and Queen Street West (moved from Adelaide Street and Frederick Street in 1972)  
Edgeley Mennonite Meeting House 1823 Mennonite 6 Relocated from Edgeley, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
William Moore Regency Cottage 1824 William Moore 6 171 Old Forest Hill Road
John Bales House c. 1824 John Bales 6 4169 Bathurst Street
George S. Henry House (Oriole Lodge) c. 1824 19th Century Bungalow 6 17 Manorpark Court, Henry Farm  
Daniel Stong's Grain Barn 1825 agricultural 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village
Daniel Stong Piggery 1825 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village
Fort York - Officers Barracks and Mess 1826 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W 100 Garrison Road  
Bank of Upper Canada Building 1827 2 252 Adelaide St. E.  
Tollkeepers Cottage 1827–1830 Bathurst Street and Davenport Road; moved from Wychwood Barns 2002  
Fort York - Junior Officers Barracks 1830 Royal Engineers 19th Century military architecture W 100 Garrison Road  
Bishop Apartments/Pretzel Bell Tavern 1830 [6] 192 Adelaide Street West  
Hart House (Residence) c. 1830 log home, second-floor added later 18 35 Nelson Road, North York, York University, Keele Campus
Doctor's House 1830 6 Relocated from Brampton, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Mackenzie House 1830–1850 6 Relocated from Woodbridge, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Richmond Hill Manse 1830 6 Relocated from Richmond Hill, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Todmorden Regency Cottage c. 1830 18 Todmorden Mills  
Daniel Stong's Second House 1832 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village
Hisey Farm Building 1832 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village
Montgomery's Inn 1832 Georgian architecture W 4709 Dundas Street West  
Osgoode Hall 1832 18 130 Queen Street West  
Roman Catholic Bishop's residence 1832 [7] 113 Jarvis Street  
Toronto's First Post Office 1833 James Scott Howard Georgian architecture W 260 Adelaide Street East  
Daniel Brooke Building 1833 Georgian architecture W Northeast corner of King Street East and Jarvis Street  
C. W. Jeffery's House 1833 [8] 4111 Yonge Street, North York
McCowan log cabin 1833 Log cabin W 1007 Brimley Road - Thomson Memorial Park  
Drumsnab House 1834 Francis Cayley Georgian architecture 1 5 Drumsnab Road, Rosedale  
Elm Bank Farm Second House 1834 John Grubb 18 19 Jason Road, Thistletown
167–185 King St. 1834–1843 9 King and Jarvis  
Elihu Pease House 1834 18 20 Harrison Garden Boulevard, North York
Upper Canada College Boarding Houses 1834 (altered 1856) 18 20 Duncan Street
Thomas and Catherine Snider House c. 1835 Thomas and Catherine Snider 7 519 Glengrove Avenue West
Joseph Shepard House 1835 14 90 Burndale Avenue
171 King Street East 1836 Jacob Latham Georgian Revival 18 Old Town
Colborne Lodge 1836 John Howard Regency W Colborne Lodge Drive, just north of the Queensway - High Park  
Helliwell House 1837 William Helliwell Georgian architecture 8 Todmorden Mills  
The Black Bull 1838, rebuilt 1886 6 298 Queen Street West  
William Gray First House 1839 18 1413 Don Mills Road, Don Mills
Elizabeth Harrison House 1839, altered 1865 18 111 Harrison Road, North York
Guildwood Gates 1839 Guildwood - relocated from New Fort York in 1953

1840 to 1849Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1840
20 Beechwood Crescent 18 East York
29 Jarvis Street 18 Old Town  
33 Jarvis Street 18 Old Town  
94 Front St. E. 18 Downtown, Old Town
98 Front St. E. 18 Downtown, Old Town
Thornbeck-Bell House Georgian Revival [9] 80 Bell Estate Road (formerly 679 Warden Ave), Scarborough  
Davisville Post Office 14 Yonge Street and Davisville Avenue
Hedman House 18 171 Old Forest Hill Road, Forest Hill
Limehouse Back House 6 relocated from Georgetown, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
MacKenzie House 18 Relocated from Woodbridge to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Moore House John Moore 8 18 Great Oak Drive, Etobicoke
Henry Snider Cider Mill 6 relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Snider Workshop 6 relocated from Concord, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Springfield Farmhouse James Thomson 8 146 St. Andrew's Road, Scarborough  
Woodlawn 18 35 Woodlawn Avenue West, Deer Park
1841
Scott House 18 520 Progress Avenue, Scarborough, Scarborough Centre
Weston Plank Road Co. 6 2371 Weston Road, Weston
Stanley Barracks Officer's Mess Royal Engineers (British Army) 19th Century military architecture 2 Exhibition Place  
1842
105–111 King Street East 18 Old Town
125 King Street East 18 Old Town
133-135 King St. East
(Army and Navy Store)
(altered 1888) 6,18 Old Town  
Roblin's Mill 6 relocated from Ameliasburgh Township, Ontario (Prince Edward County) to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Victoria Row - Albany Club since 1882 John George Howard 91 King Street East at Church Street  
1843
173 King Street East Shop 1842-43, Mansard roof c. 1870, Jacob Latham Georgian Revival 6[10][11] Old Town  
175–179 King Street East Jacob Latham Georgian Revival 6,18 Old Town
John Perkins Bull House Georgian revival 6,18 450 Rustic Road, North York, Maple Leaf
Etobicoke Township Hall Georgian revival 6,8 4946 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke
Little Trinity Anglican Church Henry Bowyer Lane Gothic Revival 1 425 King Street East  
1844
Burwick House 6 relocated from Woodbridge, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Broom Maker Shop 6 relocated from Sherwood, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Farnham Lodge
(alt. 1910)
18 50 Farnham Avenue, Deer Park
St. John's Anglican Church Gothic Revival 14 19 Don Ridge Road  
St. George's on-the-Hill Anglican Church (Dedicated 1847) 19 4600 Dundas St. West  
1845
298-300 King Street East Charles Small 9 298-300 King Street East
Bell Estate Georgian Revival 18 671-679 Warden Avenue, Scarborough, Birchmount Park
Commercial Bank 6 15 Wellington Street West
William Goodwin House 18 355 Lesmill Road, North York
Harness Shop and Saddlery 6 relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
St. George the Martyr Church Henry Bowyer Lane Gothic Revival 18,[12] 197 John Street; clock tower only  
Charles Coxwell Small House
( addition 1879)
18 298-300 King Street East, Corktown
Toronto City Hall Council Chambers and 1845 City Hall facade
(now St. Lawrence Market Market Square Gallery)
John Wilson Siddall Gothic/Second Empire 3 92 Front Street East  
James Vance/Sheldon Ward House
(alt. 1881)
[13] 115–117 Berkeley Street.
1846
Bishop's Palace William Thomas Gothic revival 18 200 Church Street, Downtown
Henry Hough Carriage Works Henry Hough Thomson Memorial Park
1847
51 Yonge Street A.V. Brown, John Howard, architect Second Empire [14] 51 Yonge Street, Downtown
Cumberland House John W. Cumberland 3 St. George Street north of College - University of Toronto  
Lambton House 14 4066 Old Dundas Street West  
Church of the Holy Trinity Henry Bowyer Lane Gothic Revival 2 Trinity Square  
Farr House John Farr 8 905 Queen Street West
William Noble's Tavern Second Empire [15] 252 King Street East, Old Town
I. A. Smith House
(remodelled 1885)
9 70 Gerrard Street East
1848
97 Granby Street 6 Garden District
191–197 Church Street John Tully 6,18 Downtown
Paul Bishop's House 6 365 & 363 Adelaide St. E.  
Edward Guardhouse Residence - Connaught Labs 11 1755 Steeles Ave West
Enoch Turner School Enoch Turner 2, W Trinity St. between King St. E. and Eastern Ave  
Hoover House Abraham Hoover [16] 10 Hoover Road, North York, York University, Keele campus
Oakham House William Thomas Gothic architecture 8 322 Church Street - Ryerson University  
St. Jude's Church 14 Victoria Park Avenue  
St. Michael's Cathedral William Thomas (Design) English Gothic 2 200 Church Street  
St. Michael's Cathedral Episcopal Palace William Thomas (Design) [17] 200 Church Street  
Toronto House of Industry (Workhouse) - (Now used as the Laughlen Lodge for the Aged) William Thomas 11 110 Edward Street  
1849
St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 14 115 St. Andrew's Road, Scarborough  
Half Way House 6 relocated from Scarborough to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
The Wheat Sheaf 667 King Street West  

1850 to 1859Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1850
142 King Street East Georgian Revival 18 King and Jarvis Street  
150-154 King Street East See: Daniel Brooke Building 1833 9 King Street East and Jarvis Street
Elgin Building [18] 118 Yonge Street, Downtown
Newborn Farm farmhouse 3 28 Daisy Ave, Long Branch
St. Lawrence Galleries Georgian Revival [19] 142 King Street East, Old Town
St. Lawrence Hall William Thomas Neo-Renaissance Revival 2 157 King Street East  
Tinsmith Shop and Masonic Lodge 6 relocated from Woodbridge, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Fire House 6 relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Apple Storage Cellar 6 relocated from Edgeley, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Taylor's Cooperage 6 relocated from Paris, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Temperance Hall 6 relocated from Kettleby, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Scarlett House Edward Scarlett 8 15 LaRush Drive, Etobicoke
Devonsleigh house 14 4125 Steeles Avenue East, L'Amoreaux
Charles Irvine Weaver Shop 6 relocated from Kettleby, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Mackenzie Barn 6 Black Creek Pioneer Village
Bolton Shop 6 relocated from Bolton, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Snider Drive Shed 6 relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Bake Oven 6 relocated from Vaughan, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Toronto Baptist Seminary 337 Jarvis Street
1851
Forest Home Marshall Macklin 8 41 Macklingate Court, Scarborough
Gibson House David Gibson W 5172 Yonge Street
Melville Church 18 70 Old Kingston Road, Scarborough
1852
191-197 Church Street Likely John Tully Georgian 8 Church Street and Dundas Street East  
Adelaide Street Court House Frederick Cumberland and Thomas Ridout (Design) Greek Revival architecture 3 57 Adelaide Street East  
Consumers' Gas Building Frederick Cumberland and Thomas Ridout (Design) Neo-Renaissance Revival 3 17,19,23,25 Toronto Street  
Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute of Ontario
(Andrew & Martha Coulter Farm, P. Law Estate)
Georgian (front portico and siding added after 1939) 3 59 Beaver Bend Crescent, Etobicoke
St. Philip's Church and Cemetery 6 29 St. Phillips Road at Royal York Road  
Jacob Ross House Jacob P. Ross 6 108 Stayner Avenue  
1853
William Galbraith House 18 37 Maitland Street, Church/Wellesley
William Hannah House 18 36 Metcalfe St, Cabbagetown
Little Trinity Church Rectory Georgian revival 18 417 King Street East, Corktown
Alexander Muirhead Farm House farm house 179 Old Sheppard Street  
Thomson Manse (remodelled 1896) 14 St. Andrew's Road, Scarborough
Toronto Street Post Office Frederick Cumberland and Thomas Ridout (Design) Greek Revival architecture 2, 3 10 Toronto Street  
1854
Ashbridge House 3 1444 Queen Street East  
Kane House Paul Kane 6,18 56 Wellesley Street East  
Thomas Clark house 6 9 Barberry Place
5 Old Yonge St [20] 5 Old Yonge Street, York Mills
62–66 Gerrard St. East (addition 1875) Georgian row 9 Garden District
181-183 King Street East Georgian revival [21] Old Town
399-403 King Street East [22] Old Town
Esten House James Grand 18 106 Beverley Street, Grange Park
Hutchison Building John Hutchison 9 36-42 Wellington Street East  
O'Keefe House 137 Bond Street - Ryerson University  
Rose Blacksmith Shop 6 relocated from Nobleton, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Samuel Stong House 6 relocated from Vaughan, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
The Warehouse 6 33/11 Wellington Street West
1856
64-66 Shuter Street 18 Garden District
68-70 Shuter Street 18 Garden District
Allandale Enoch Turner 8 241 Sherbourne Street  
Emporium and Post Office 6 relocated from Laskay, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Fisherville Church 6 relocated from Fisherville, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
William Hall House William Hall Georgian architecture 15 77 Seaton Street  
Hogg's Hollow cottage (2) - Auberge du Pommier Restaurant 6 Hogg's Hollow; relocated to 4150 Yonge Street  
Northfield Estate Joseph Sheard 6,18 372 Jarvis Street, Church/Wellesley
St. Basil's Church, Toronto William Hay (architect) St. Joseph Street west of Bay Street  
St. Michael's College William Hay (architect) 2 50 Saint Joseph Street  
St. Michael's Mortuary Vault Joseph Sheard 6, 18 1414 Yonge Street
Salvation Army rest home (former) [23] 297 George St, Garden District
Walnut Hall Apartments 18 102-108 Shuter Street, Garden District
Weston CNR bridge Sir Cazimir Gzowski for Grand Trunk Railway TRCA[24] Over the Humber River, west of Weston Road and St. Phillips Road
1856/1857 Armstrong, Beere and Hime panorama  
1857
85 Winchester Street Georgian Revival 18 Cabbagetown
Davis House (also Geary House "Caverhill") James Boyd Davis 8,18 124 Park Road  
William Devenish House Victoria Park and St. Clair  
Mackenzie House William Rogers 3 82 Bond Street  
Miller Tavern W Yonge Street south of York Mills Road  
John B. Reid House John Tully Greek Revival 18 24 Mercer Street, Entertainment District
Ritchie/Forneri House 9 283–285 Sherbourne Street
Henry Scadding House 18 6 Trinity Square, Downtown
James Small House 18 261-263 Sherbourne Street
Louis B. Stewart Observatory/Toronto Magnetic and Meteorological Observatory Frederick William Cumberland and William George Storm W, 15, 18 12 Hart House Circle - University of Toronto - Kings College Circle  
Tin and Copper Smith Building Joseph Sheard 18 83 Yonge Street  
1858
Rev. Samuel Boddy House 18 21 Winchester St, Cabbagetown
Samuel Caplan House / Frank Gehry House Georgian Revival 18 Formerly 15-19 Beverley Street, Grange Park. Demolished in 2013.
Thomas Clarkson Building / John Hallam Building 1871: Mansard roof Renaissance Revival 18 85 Front St E
Cornell House possibly local carpenters William Melburn or Thomas Little 6 moved to 1007 Brimley Road - Thomson Memorial Park
Culloden former J. R. Robertson residence; originally Capt. John T. Douglas House 9, 18 291 Sherbourne Street
Flynn House 6 relocated from North York to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Daniel Flynn Boot and Shoe Shop 6 relocated from Toronto, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Francey Barn (Riverdale Farm) 18 Moved from Markham Township to 201 Winchester Street, Cabbagetown
Green/Green House 9 78–80 Gerrard Street East
Thomas Helliwell Block 6 81 Front Street East  
Hughes Terrace 18 319-325 King St W, Entertainment District
John Kestevan House 18 56 Rose Avenue, Cabbagetown
LaRose House Daniel LaRose 8 322 LaRose Ave
Edward Leadlay Company (modified in 1917 and 1973) Georgian revival 18 87 Front St E
St. James The Less Chapel (National Historic Site) (1858,1860–61) Frederick William Cumberland and William George Storm (Design) High Victorian Gothic Revival 6 St. James Cemetery, 635 Parliament Street  
St. Stephen-in-the-Fields 18 103 Bellevue Ave, Kensington Market
H. S. Strathy House 1876: mansard roof
1912: street level store addition
Second Empire 18 342 Adelaide Street West
Wilmot Township Hall 6 relocated from Wilmot, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
1859
Alumnae Theatre Toronto Fire Department 9 70 Berkeley Street  
Bain House Robert Sargant 8 14 Dingwall Avenue  
Cherry Street Hotel / Palace Street School Joseph Sheard 6, 18 409 Front Street East  
Thomas Meredith House 18 305 George St, Garden District
Robertson Cottages Worker cottages 6,18 703–705,711–721 Richmond St W, Niagara
Alexander Smith Block 6 77 Front Street East  
University College, Toronto Frederick William Cumberland and William George Storm; David Dick (1892) Norman Romanesque 6 15 King's College Circle  
University College, Toronto Croft House Frederick William Cumberland (Design) 2 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto  
1850s
Applewood, The Shaver Homestead 14 450 The West Mall, Etobicoke
Newtonbrook Store 14 5926 Yonge Street

1860 to 1869Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1860
72-74 Gerrard Street West 18 Downtown
136-140 Seaton Street 18 136-140 Seaton Street, Downtown
Ardenvohr 18 177 Balmoral Avenue
Thos. Bonner house 6 47 Granby Street, Garden District
Burwick Stable 6 relocated from Woodbridge, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Chicken House 6 relocated from Kettleby, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Church Drive Shed 6 relocated from Vaughan, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Maurice Cody Hall 18 227 Bloor Street East
Cumberland House 18 33 St. George Street, University of Toronto
Dempsey Store 6 250 Beecroft Avenue, North York  
Drive Shed 6 relocated from Milverton, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Edgeley Slaughter House 6 relocated from Edgeley, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Edgeley Mennonite Meeting House Drive Shed 6 relocated from Hornby, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village
Garbutt-Gardhouse Residence 18 105 Elmhurst Drive, Rexdale
Garibaldi House [25] 302 King Street East, Corktown
Neilson Park Fieldhouse 6 Malvern, Toronto
Oaklands John Macdonald, design William Hay 8 De La Salle College  
F.G. Perkins Block 6 41 Front Street West
John Richardson House 18 27 Old Kingston Road, Scarborough
Old St. Paul's Edmund and George Radford 6 227 Bloor Street East, between Church and Jarvis Streets  
Jared Sessions House 18 34 Isabella Street, Downtown
Spring Bank Regency 3 7 Meadowcrest Rd, Etobicoke
Jacob Stong House and Barn Jacob Stong Victorian [16] 3105 Steeles Avenue West (York University Keele campus) - house dates back to 1850s
1861
Dickson Hill School 6 relocated from Dickson Hill, Ontario (Markham, Ontario) to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Gooderham and Worts Distillery - Stone Distillery Victoria-era industrial architecture 1,6,18 Distillery District  
Holy Trinity Rectory William Hay (architect) 6 10 Trinity Square
Charles MacKay House 18 35 Spruce Street, Cabbagetown
Queen's Wharf Lighthouse marine architecture W Fleet Street east of Princes' Gates at Exhibition Place  
St. Patrick's Church 18 131 McCaul Street, Downtown west
James Weir House 18 1021 Tapscott Road, Scarborough
1862
Henry Scadding Home Henry Scadding 6 Trinity Square  
Heyroyd Georgian revival 18 35 Sherbourne Street North
Piper/Birnie House Georgian revival [26] 110-112 Bond Street
Alfred Walton Stores 18 374 Yonge Street, Downtown  
1863
336 Jarvis Street 18 Church/Wellesley
440-444 Sackville Street 18 Cabbagetown
George Arthur House 18 433-435 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
John Kerr House and Store 18 324-326 Queen Street West, The Grange
Rev. William McClure House 18 306 Seaton Street, Downtown
Betty Oliphant Theatre 18 404 Jarvis Street, Church/Wellesley
Snarr's Terrace Thomas Snarr 8,[27] 18 215-219 Jarvis Street  
1864
230-232 Carlton Street 18 Garden District
Don Jail William Thomas Italianate architecture W 550 Gerrard Street East near Broadview Avenue  
Elderslie 8 1575 Neilson Road, Scarborough  
Gooderham & Worts Distillery - Brick Malthouse 6, 18 55 Mill Street, Distillery District
John Wanless Building 18 372 Yonge Street, Downtown  
Joshua J. Williams Stores 18 328-330 Queen Street West, The Grange
1865
2073 Dufferin Street 18 Fairbank
320-322 Queen Street West 18 The Grange
91 Seaton Street 18 Downtown
502-504 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
506-508 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
526-528 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
634-644 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
Davis House 18 66 Millwood Road, Leaside
David Duncan House 6 125 Moatfield Drive  
William Jamieson House 18 185 Carlton Street, Garden District
Edward Leadley Co. Warehouse Edward Leadley 9 87 Front Street East  
John McBean Building 18 376 Yonge Street, Downtown  
Milne house Alexander Milne 1185 Lawrence Avenue East/Old Lawrence Avenue East / Milne Hollow
Rectory of St. George the Martyr 18 205 John Street, The Grange
Sheard House 18 314 Jarvis Street, Garden District
Martin Snider House 18 744 Duplex Avenue
Summer Hill Coach House 6 36 Summerhill Gardens
St. Stephen-in-the-Fields Anglican Church Henry Langley 6 Bellevue Avenue and College Street[28]  
Weston Presbyterian Church 18 11 Cross Street, Weston
1866
8-12 Gloucester Street 18 Church and Wellesley
Berkeley Castle Joseph Simpson 9 2 Berkeley Street  
Glen Hurst 18 2 Elm Avenue, Rosedale
St. Peter's Anglican Church Gundry and (Henry) Langley 6 188 Carlton Street at Sherborne Street  
Spadina House James Austin including Victorian, Edwardian, Arts and Crafts, Art Deco, Art Nouveau and Colonial Revival W Near Casa Loma  
The Witch's House 18 384 Sumach Street, Cabbagetown
1867
358-362 Dundas Street East Downtown East
68-70 Gerrard Street West 18 Downtown
John Daniels' House W Yorkville  
W. Davies and Company Pork Packing
(later J. & J. Taylor Safeworks)
145 Front Street East  
Dominion Carriage Works and Cabinet Shop 6 relocated from Sebringville, Ontario to Black Creek Pioneer Village  
Jubilee Terrace 18 328-332 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
Daniel Lamb House 18 156 Winchester Street
1868
61 Hayden Street Georgian revival 18
Barberian's Steak House 18 7-9 Elm Street, Downtown
John Bugg Stores 18 275-277 Yonge Street
John William Drummond Stores 18 253 Yonge Street, Downtown
Massey House/Euclid Hall (Keg Mansion) Arthur McMaster W 515 Jarvis Street  
1869
231 Seaton Street 18 Downtown East
37 Gloucester Street 18 Downtown
Neil Bain House 18 14 Dingwall Avenue
Factory Theatre 18 125 Bathurst Street
Pearse House James Pearse Jr 6 Beare Road, Scarborough
Rouge Valley Conservation Centre 18 1749 Meadowvale Road, Scarborough
Richard West Houses Richard West 6,18 104–106 John Street, Entertainment District  
Zion Schoolhouse 6 1091 Finch Avenue East  

1870 to 1879Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1870
30 Government Road 18 Etobicoke
37-39 Elm Street 18 Downtown
41 Elm Street 18 Downtown
43 Elm Street 18 Downtown
590-596 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
826-828 Yonge Street 18 Bloor-Yorkville
838-844 Yonge Street 18 Bloor-Yorkville
Collins Block 18 456-458 Queen Street West, Alexandra Park
Downsview United Church 6 2822 Keele Street
Duke of York Inn 18 1225 Queen Street East, Leslieville
Albert Harward Drug Store 18 318 Queen Street West
Andrew McFarren Building 6 237 Queen Street East
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (originally St. Patrick's Church) 9 196 St. Patrick Street
Robertson Brothers Confections 18 105-109 Queen Street East, Downtown
Rueter House 18 270 Drewry Avenue, North York
1871
15 Prince Arthur Avenue 18 The Annex
33-35 Elm Street 18 Downtown
41 Spruce Street, Units 1-4, Trinity Mews 18 Cabbagetown
55–79 Berkeley Street workmen's cottages [13] 55–79 Berkeley Street
89-91 Gloucester Street 18 Downtown
95 Scollard Street 18 Bloor/Yorkville
122-124 Peter Street 18 Entertainment District
142-152 Shuter Street row housing 18 Garden District
230 Sherbourne Street 18 Garden District
338-340 Jarvis Street 18 Church/Wellesley
588 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
James D. Bridgland House 18 80 Yorkville Avenue
Consumer's Gas Company 18 23 Toronto Street, Downtown
Alexander Crombie House 18 113 Maitland Street, Church/Wellesley
De La Salle Institute 6 258 Adelaide Street East
George M. Evans House 18 69 Grange Avenue
Oliver Goodwin House 18 27 Rosedale Road, Rosedale
Henry Howson House 18 516 Wellington Street West, Fashion District
Rev. Hoyes Lloyd House 18 422 Sherbourne Street, Garden District
Charles Moore and Co 6 5, 7, 9 Wellington Street West
National Casket Company Factories 18 101-109 Niagara Street
Sherbourne Street Methodist Church 18 355 Sherbourne Street, Garden District
Stonehouse-Lawrence House 18 63 Delburn Drive, Agincourt
1872
40-42 Sullivan Street 18 Chinatown
45-49 Front Street East W. R. Strickland commercial/industrial 6,18 St. Lawrence
55-79 Berkeley Street row housing 18 Corktown
61-75 Jarvis Street 18 Garden District
65 Front Street East 18 St. Lawrence
105 Maitland Street 18 Church/Wellesley
105 Scollard Street 18 Bloor/Yorkville
209-211 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
219 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
229-231 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
272–274 Queen Street W. Georgian revival 18 Grange Park
282–286 Queen Street W. Georgian revival 18 Grange Park
Beardmore Building 18 35 Front Street East
Berkeley St. Wesleyan Methodist Church (later Berkeley Studios) Smith & Gemell 6 315–317 Queen Street East
Samuel R. Briggs House 18 467-469 Jarvis Street
Edward Burch House 18 47 Gloucester Street, Church/Wellesley
David Cornell House 18 56 Spruce Street, Cabbagetown
E.C. Gurney & Co. Stove Foundry 18 500 King Street West, Entertainment District
T Griffith Block 6 35 Front Street East
Hillside Schoolhouse 6, 10 Meadowvale Road
Italian Consulate (originally Chudleigh) (additions 1890, 1900, 1901) 9 136 Beverley Street, The Grange
Henry Jefferies House 18 403 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
John Johnson House 18 19 Amelia Street, Cabbagetown
Knox United Church 14 2569 Midland Avenue  
MacDonald-Mowat House Nathaniel Dickey 2,18 63 St. George Street, between Russell Street and Willcocks Street  
Patrick McBrine House 18 103 Maitland Street, Church/Wellesley
Metropolitan United Church Henry Langley French Gothic W Church Street and Queen Street East  
John Young Reid House 18 87 Pembroke Street, Garden District
Toronto Fire Department Fire Hall # 3 - tower only 6 Yonge Street, north of College Street  
Toronto Necropolis Chapel Henry Langley 6,18 200 Winchester Street, Cabbagetown  
Toronto Necropolis Superintendent's Lodge 18 200 Winchester Street, Cabbagetown
1873
106 Huron Street 18 Chinatown
123–125 Baldwin Street 18 Chinatown
646-662 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
219–223 Parliament St Shops 6
Amelia Cottages 18 36–40 Amelia Street, Cabbagetown
Bank of British North America John George Howard, altered 1903 6,18 49 Yonge Street, Downtown  
Joseph Bickerstaff Block 18 401-403 Yonge Street  
Gooderham & Worts - The Cannery 18 55 Mill Street, Distillery District
Gooderham & Worts - Pure Spirits Building 18 55 Mill Street, Distillery District
George H. Haymes House 18 300 Sherbourne Street
William Hill House 18 424 Ontario Street, Cabbagetown
Bernard B. Hughes House 18 104 Pembroke Street, Garden District
John Irwin House 18 21 Grenville Street, Downtown
Thomas Jackson House 18 Trinity-Bellwoods
Alex Leslie House 18 10 Prince Arthur Avenue, The Annex
Maple Cottage 6 62 Laing Street
St. Andrew's Manse 18 73 Simcoe Street, Entertainment District
St. Mary's Rectory 18 589 Adelaide Street West, Niagara
Somerset House 18 27 Wellesley Street East, Church-Wellesley
John Thomson and Andrew Woodcock House 18 296-298 Sherbourne Street
University of Toronto St. Michael's College - Clover Hill addition William Irving St. George campus - University of Toronto
John Ward House 18 401 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
Zion Church 6 1650 Finch Avenue East
1874
Winchester Junior and Senior Public School 18 Cabbagetown
95 Wellesley Street East 18 Church/Wellesley
101 Scollard Street 18 Bloor/Yorkville
109-111 D'Arcy Street 18 Chinatown
362-368 King Street East 18 Corktown
538-544 Yonge Street 18 Downtown
All Saints Church and School 18 223 Sherbourne Street, Garden District
Peter Carroll House 18 62 Metcalfe Street, Cabbagetown
Cawthra House additions (1920) 9 152 Beverley Street, The Grange
Christie, Brown & Company Factory
(now George Brown College St. James Campus)
18 Adelaide Street East at George  
St. James Cathedral Frederick Cumberland and Thomas Ridout (Design) Gothic Revival architecture 2 65 Church Street  
Elderslie 18 471 Jarvis Street, Church/Wellesley
Lambton CPR bridge built for Credit Valley Railway TRCA[29] Over the Humber, north of Dundas St W
Phillipe Grandjean House 18 41 Boswell Avenue, The Annex
St. Luke's United Church Henry Langley and Edmund Burke 6 Sherborne Street and Carlton Street  
John Ward House Georgian 3 3904 Bloor St W, Etobicoke
1875
1 Spadina Crescent (formerly Knox College) Smith and Gemmell Gothic Revival W 1 Spadina Crescent, University of Toronto  
21-23 Howard Street 18 St. Jamestown
25-27 Howard Street 18 St. Jamestown
25-29 Lowther Avenue 18 The Annex
44-46 Elm Avenue 18 Rosedale
49-51 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
49-51 Boswell Avenue 18 The Annex
57-59 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
64 South Drive 18 Rosedale
82 Huron Street 18 Chinatown
84 Gerrard Street West 18 Downtown
159 Stanley Avenue 18 Mimico
162 Major Street 18 Harbord Village
207 McCaul Street 18 Queen West
317-327 Carlton Street 18 Garden District
342-344 Jarvis Street 18 Church/Wellesley
364-368 Dundas Street East 18 Garden District
370 Dundas Street East 18 Garden District
432 Sherbourne Street 18 Church-Wellesley
Crocker's Block 18 506-514 Queen Street West, Alexandra Park
John Douglas House 18 37 Metcalfe Street, Cabbagetown
George S. Garden Building 18 291-293 King Street West, Entertainment District
Hogarth Avenue Farm House 18 58 Hogarth Avenue, Riverdale
Edwin Hough House 18 237 Gerrard Street East, Garden District
H.J.C. Ireton House 18 70 Lonsdale Road, Deer Park
Jarvis Street Baptist Church Edmund Burke 6 Jarvis Street and Gerrard Street East  
William R. Johnston House 18 571 Jarvis Street, Church-Wellesley
Christopher Lean House / Alfred Ingram House 18 397-399 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
James Logie House and Daniel J. Slade House 18 419-421 Wellesley Street East, Cabbagetown
Alexander McLean House 18 395 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
James McMurray Building 18 228 Brunswick Avenue, Harbord Village
William Mullins House 18 306 College Street
Playter Farmhouse 18 28 Playter Crescent
Richardson House, later the Spadina Hotel, Global Village Backpacker's Hostel altered in 1882; altered c. 1890 6 460 King Street West, Fashion District  
St. Andrew's Church William George Storm (Design) 18 73 Simcoe Street  
"Seven Oaks" Wilkie House formerly home of Mr. Daniel Robert Wilkie, president of the Canadian Imperial Bank (1906–1914), a backer of the Canadian Pacific Railway and a member of the Canadian Art Club. 6 432 Sherbourne Street, Garden District
1876
10-16 Wellesley Street West 18 Downtown
21-23 Pembroke Street 18 Garden District
48 South Drive 18 Rosedale
53-55 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
61-63 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
62-64 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
127-135 Amelia Street 18 Cabbagetown
195 Carlton Street 18 Church-Wellesley
265-271 Wellesley Street East rowhouse 18 Cabbagetown
375-377 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
589-593 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
Richard Bigley Building 6 98 Queen Street East
Brougham Terrace 18 549-563 Parliament Street, Cabbagetown
George Brown House - Lambton Lodge William Irving Second Empire 3 186 Beverley Street  
The Brunswick House altered in 2004 W 481 Bloor Street West  
Chamberlain Terrace 18 568-582 Parliament Street, Cabbagetown
Consumer's Gas Company 18 17 Toronto Street, Downtown
Rev. William Darling House 18 57 Benlamond Avenue, Upper Beach
Denbrae 18 3 Elm Avenue, Rosedale
John Ferguson Residence / Rev. Archibald Gross Residence 18 17-19 Elgin Avenue, The Annex
Edward Leadlay House 18 25 Augusta Avenue, Alexandra Park
Albert Locke House 18 9 Lowther Avenue, The Annex
Lorne Hall 18 3 Meredith Crescent, Rosedale
James McGee Building 18 295-299 King Street West, Entertainment District
Ritchie and Stratton Block 18 440-450 Queen Street West, Alexandra Park
Francis Shields House 18 377 Sackville Street, Cabbagetown
S. S. #3 School 18 5810 Finch Avenue East, Scarborough, Malvern
Toronto Heliconian Club 18 35 Hazelton Avenue, Bloor-Yorkville
1877
28–30 Bernard Avenue 18 The Annex
133–141 Beverley Street 9 The Grange
218 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown South
220 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
222–224 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
320 Carlton Street 18 Cabbagetown
370 Dundas St W/133–135 Beverley Street 18 Chinatown
16 Elgin Avenue 18 The Annex
20 Elgin Avenue 18 The Annex
45-47 Elgin Avenue 18 The Annex
67 Front Street East 18 St. Lawrence
65 Hazelton Avenue 18 Bloor-Yorkville
29-31 Howard Street 18 St. Jamestown
33-35 Howard Street 18 St. Jamestown
86-90 Lewis Street 18 Riverdale
76-78 Huron Street 18 Chinatown
11-13 Lowther Avenue 18 The Annex
23 Lowther Avenue 18 The Annex
31 Lowther Avenue 18 The Annex
33 Lowther Avenue 18 The Annex
481-483 Ontario Street 18 Cabbagetown
484-490 Ontario Street 18 Cabbagetown
497-503 Ontario Street 18 Cabbagetown
505-511 Ontario Street 18 Cabbagetown
122-136 Shuter Street 18 Garden District
45-47 Rose Avenue 18 Cabbagetown
Braemore 18 22 Wychwood Park, Davenport
Edwin Coleman House 18 340 Dundas Street W, Chinatown
Darling Terrace 18 562-566 Parliament Street, Cabbagetown
Davies Terrace 18 467-477 Queen Street East, Downtown East
Don Brewery T. Davies & Bro.
lager brewery building,
"Malthouse"
6 27-39 Old Brewery Lane  
Gate Lodge of the Dale 18 15 Dale Avenue, Rosedale
Hillside Church 6 361 Old Finch Avenue
Old St. Mary's Separate School 18 9 Portugal Square, Niagara
Mary Perram House 18 4 Wellesley Place, Church-Wellesley
Rev. Alex Sutherland House 18 437 Sherbourne Street, Cabbagetown
Toronto Central Prison Chapel East Liberty Street, at Pirandello Street. In the Liberty Village neighbourhood.  
Zion Wexford Church 18 2102 Lawrence Avenue East, Wexford
1878
126-128 Amelia Street 18 Cabbagetown
19-21 Baldwin Street 18 The Grange
10 Bernard Avenue 18 The Annex
24-26 Bernard Avenue 18 The Annex
145–147 Beverley Street 9 The Grange
181-183 Carlton Street 18 Church-Wellesley
Chamberlin Block 18 165-179 Carlton Street, Church-Wellesley
187-189 Carlton Street 18 Church-Wellesley
511-513 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
551-555 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
580-582 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
595 Church Street 18 Church-Wellesley
634-636 Church Street 18 Bloor-Yorkville
336 Dundas St W 18 Chinatown
68 Elm Grove Ave 18 Parkdale
74 Elm Grove Ave 18 Parkdale
205-207 Gerrard St E 18 Garden District
241-243 King St E 18 Downtown East
73 Lonsdale Road 18 Deer Park
1 Old Yonge Street 18 North York
38 Prospect St 18 Cabbagetown
284 Sherbourne Street 18 Downtown East
257-263 Wellesley St E 18 Cabbagetown
17-19 Winchester St 18 Cabbagetown
620-632 Yonge St 18 Downtown
Dr. Joseph Adams House 18 318 Dundas St W, Chinatown
H. St. George Baldwin House 18 50 Lowther Ave, The Annex
E.M. Chadwick House 18 44 St. George St, University of Toronto
Dominion Brewery 18 468–478 Queen Street East
Joseph Goulding House / Howard Bryant House 18 324-326 Dundas St W, Chinatown
William James House / Charles Luney House 18 62-64 Amelia Street, Cabbagetown
George M. Lee House 18 68 Hazelton Ave, Bloor-Yorkville
J S Lockie House "Melrose" 6 32 Beaty Ave, Parkdale  
Inglis Lough House 18 322 Dundas St W, Chinatown
Maple Terrace 18 519-527 Parliament St, Cabbagetown
Hugh Neilson House 18 295 Carlton Street, Cabbagetown
Newtonbrook School 6 Drewy Avenue
Robert Parker House 18 26 Lowther Ave, The Annex
Rosar Morrison Funeral Home 18 467 Sherbourne St, Church-Wellesley
Schomburg Furniture 18 647-649 Yonge St, Church-Wellesley
St. Andrew's Evangelical Lutheran Church Henry Langley & Edmund Burke Gothic revival 6 383 Jarvis Street  
Toronto Cold Storage Building 18 9-11 Church Street, St. Lawrence
Toronto Fire Services Station 312 - formerly Hose No. 8 and later Toronto Fire Department Station 10 Victorian Gothic 6 34 Yorkville Avenue  
Toronto Fire Services Station 315 - formerly Toronto Fire Department Station 8 (Kensington Market Firehall) Victorian 6 132 Bellevue Avenue  
Toronto Western Hospital Men's Detox Centre 18 16 Ossington St, Trinity-Bellwoods
Christopher Wilson House / Angus McColl House 18 287-289 Carlton Street, Cabbagetown
Windsor Terrace 18 18–26 Earl Street, Church-Wellesley
1879
130 Amelia Street 18 Cabbagetown
18-22 Bernard Ave 18 The Annex
226-228 Carlton St 18 Cabbagetown
21 Elgin Avenue 18 The Annex
24-26 Elgin Ave 18 The Annex
25 Elgin Ave 18 The Annex
4 Elm Ave 18 Rosedale
76 Gerrard St E 18 Church-Wellesley
85-87 Gloucester St 18 Church-Wellesley
207-213 Jarvis St 18 Downtown East
59 McGill Street 18 Church-Wellesley
502-508 Parliament St 18 Cabbagetown
21-23 Prince Arthur Ave 18 The Annex
484 Queen St W 18 Alexandra Park
298 Sackville Street Worker's cottage [30]
280 Sherbourne St 18 Downtown East
6-14 St. Joseph St 18 Downtown
31 Sussex Ave 18 University of Toronto
Church of the Redeemer 18 162 Bloor St W, Bloor-Yorkville
Clarence Terrace 18 5-16 Clarence Square, Fashion District
William Copeland Buildings 18 245-247 King St E, Downtown East
Davis Villa 18 309 Davisville Avenue, Davisville
Earl Court 18 38 Earl Street, Units 3 & 4, Church-Wellesley
Gooderham & Worts - Paint Shop 18 55 Mill Street, Distillery District
Hollydene 18 10 Elm Ave, Rosedale
Mason and Risch Piano Manufactory 18 642 King St W, Fashion District
Jane Pillow House / Samuel T. Scilly House 18 283-285 Carlton Street, Cabbagetown
Jame Pillow House 18 291 Carlton Street, Cabbagetown
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church (original West Presbyterian Church 1879–1911) 18 12 Denison Avenue, Queen West  
Stables for Little York Inn Victorian [31] 67 George Street
James Travers House 18 312-314 Dundas St W, Chinatown
Winchester Block 18 1-11 Rose Ave, Cabbagetown

1880 to 1889Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1880
167–169 King St E 6 Old Town
1296-1298 Queen Street West (Cadillac Lounge) 18 Parkdale
Armadale Free Methodist Church volunteer labourers 6 400 Passmore Avenue, Agincourt
Armory Hotel William Cayley 6 10–12 Market Street, St. Lawrence
William Barber Building 6 289 King St W, Entertainment District  
Little York Inn Second Empire 18 187 King Street East, Old Town  
Little York Inn stables 18 65 George Street, Old Town  
1881
11-13 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
15-17 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
23-25 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
29 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
280 Queen St. W. Queen Anne [32] Grange Park
1312-1320 Queen Street West 18 Parkdale
McMaster Hall Henry Langley, Henry Langley and Edmund Burke (Design) 2 273 Bloor Street West  
James Cooper House 6 Sherborne Street and Bloor Street East  
1882
3-5 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
4-6 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
7-9 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
8-10 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
12-14 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
16-18 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
Village of Brockton Town Hall 6 Dundas Street West and Brock Avenue, Brockton/Little Portugal  
Standard Woolen Mills 6 227 Front St E, Old Town
Gooderham House 18 592 Sherbourne Avenue
1884
Doyle House 6 77 Granby Street, Church&Wellesley
Fee's Terrace 6 524-534 Queen St. East
St. Andrew-by-the-Lake Church and Bishop's Cottage A.R. Dennison;[28] Church windows by Robert McCausland[33] 6 Toronto Islands  
630-634 Wellington Street West Row housing 20 630 Wellington Street West, 632 Wellington Street West, 634 Wellington Street West
1885
219 Front St E 6 Old Town
74 Gerrard Street East Queen Anne 9 74 Gerrard Street E., Garden District
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Joseph Connolly; spire - A.W. Holmes 6 Bathurst Street and Adelaide Street West  
Bank of Montreal Frank Darling (architect) & S. George Curry W Northwest corner of 30 Yonge Street and Front Street  
Poulton Block Kennedy, Gaviller & Holland Gothic Revival W 798 Queen Street East  
Scholes Hotel, later Ocean House

(another scholes hotel existed further east)

Second Empire 6,18 1633–1647 Queen Street West, Parkdale  
1886
1 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
491–497 Queen Street East Row housing 6 Corktown
Beverley Street Baptist Church Henry Langley & Edmund Burke 6 72 Beverley Street  
John Burns Carriage Manufacturers 18 126 John Street, Entertainment District
George S. Pratt House 6 17 Mill Street
Lombard Street Fire Hall City of Toronto 18 110 Lombard Street  
1887
Inglenook Community High School 18 Sackville Street, Corktown
Ontario College of Pharmacy Ryerson University
Robert Armstrong Houses Second Empire [23] 309–311 George St, Garden District
St. Paul's Basilica 6 83 Power Street (Queen Street East near Parliament Street)  
Toronto Street Railways Stables - now[when?] Young People's Theatre H.G. Salisbury W 165 Front Street East  
Chester D. Massey House 6 519 Jarvis Street
Central United Church 1 King St., Weston  
1888
2-36 Monteith Street Second Empire [34] 2-36 Monteith Street
Bathurst Street Methodist Church (now Bathurst Street Theatre) W 736 Bathurst Street  
Campbell Block 2856 Dundas St W, The Junction  
Robert Edey House Robert Edey 6 222 Garden Ave, Roncesvalles
Lakeview Hotel, now Winchester Hotel Thomas Kennedy 6, W 531 Parliament Street  
Nealon House
(Domed Stadium Pub)
6 197 King St E, Old Town
Parkdale Hotel 6,18 1302 Queen Street West, Parkdale
The Toronto Club Frank Darling & S. George Curry Palladian, Renaissance Revival, Richardson Romanesque Style 6 107-109 Wellington Street West  
Toronto Free Theatre
(originally Consumer's Gas Co.)
6 26 Berkeley St
1889
1–7 Melbourne Place Alvary Beecroft Georgian Revival row housing 6, 18 Parkdale
216–232 Queen Street East 6 Moss Park
Avenue Hotel 6 High Park Ave at Dundas St W, The Junction
Bloor Street United Church 6 Bloor Street West and Huron Street  
College Street Baptist Church College Street & Palmerston Blvd.  
Dominion Hotel [35] 498 Queen Street East  
Fairbank United Church 6 2750 Dufferin Street
Ernest Smith and F.W. Hutt Stores 6,18 1408-1410 Queen Street West, Parkdale
Gladstone Hotel Romanesque Revival architecture 6, W 1214 Queen Street West  
The Great Hall Gordon & Helliwell, architects Queen Anne 6, 18 Dovercourt and Queen Street, Queen West  
Heintzman House Knox, Elliot & Jarvis 6 288 Annette Street
W. H. Ives Tailor Building William James Pressed Metal 18 2959 Dundas St W, The Junction
Dr William McCormick Sanitorium - later as Strathcona Hospital and now part of the Gothic Estates ,[36] 18 32 Gothic Avenue
Milburn Building E. J. Lennox 6 45–55 Colborne Street
Parkdale Hardware 6, 18 1372 Queen Street West, Parkdale
St. Leger House
(McCormick Nursing Home)
6 32 Gothic Avenue, High Park
A. C. Thompson Block 6 2845-2853 Dundas St W/363–367 Keele St, The Junction
Toronto Electric Light Company Dynamo House - now Toronto Hydro Terauley Transformer Station 532 Bay Street
Trinity-St. Paul's United Church Henry Langley and Edmund Burke 6 Bloor Street west of Spadina Avenue  

1890 to 1899Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1890
20-24 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
26-28 Draper Street 18 Fashion District
Don Valley Brick Works Victorian industrial 6 Pottery Road  
Drake Hotel W,18 Parkdale  
R.G. McLean Company Building and Barclay, Clark and Company Building 18 20,26 Lombard Street
Alexander Muir House 6 9 Mackenzie Drive
Palace Arms Hotel Frederick Henry Herbert 6,[37] 950 King Street West
Peacock Hotel 18 2760-62 Dundas Street West
Rotman's Men's Shops William George Storm 350-358 Spadina Avenue
Sunlight Soap/Lever Brothers Works factory - now Korex Don Valley 2 Don Roadway
Swansea Public School Additions were made in 1928, 1953 and 1985. Romanesque Revival architecture 207 Windermere Avenue  
University of Toronto University of St. Michael's College - Elmsley Place houses (7) University of Toronto St. George campus
1891
2–6 Melbourne Place Alvary Beecroft Row housing 6 Parkdale
Crocker Building (1887–1891) 6,18 652-672 Queen Street West, Trinity-Bellwoods
A.W. Dingman Shops 6 704 Queen Street East, Riverdale
Heydon House Hotel James A. Ellis 18 1834 St. Clair Ave West, Northwest corner of St. Clair and Old Weston Road, West Toronto
J. Morrish General Store 6 Old Kingston Road
Reid & Co. Lumber [38] 359 King Street East
Ryrie Building additions and alterations by Edmund Burke, Horwood & White 1913-14; ground floor and basement remodelled by Norman A. Armstrong, 1934 229 Yonge Street
St. George's Hall Edwards & Webster Gothic Revival 14 Elm Street
University of Toronto Wycliffe College 5 Hoskin Avenue
Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall Norman Dick and Frank Wickson Yonge Street and College Street - northwest corner  
Underwood House 6 Steeles Avenue East
1892
266–270 Adelaide St W Robert Brown row housing 6 Entertainment District
109–129 John Street Robert Brown 6 Entertainment District
Berry House 3, 6, 18 125 Kingsway Crescent, Lambton
Densmore and Company Building 6 271 Queen Street East, Moss Park
Gooderham Building (Flatiron Building) David Roberts, Jr, architect W Triangular intersection at Front Street and Wellington Street  
George Gooderham House Henry Sproatt 6 135 St. George Street  
MacMillan Storage Company Moving and Storage 6,18 1291 Queen Street W, Parkdale
Victoria Hospital for Sick Children Frank Darling & S. George Curry Romanesque Revival architecture W, 3 College Street and Elizabeth Street  
Harbord Collegiate Institute W, 10 286 Harbord Street  
Confederation Life Building Knox and Elliot Romanesque Revival architecture W Richmond Street East  
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Carriage House Kivas Tully 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus  
1893
1075-1085 Queen Street West 6,18 Trinity-Bellwoods
Carlyle Block David and William Carlyle 6 234–242 Queen Street East
Dingman's Hall (now Broadview Hotel) Archibald Dingman Romanesque Revival architecture W Broadview Avenue and Queen Street East  
Ontario Legislature (Queen's Park) Richard A. Waite, architect Richardsonian Romanesque W Queen's Park  
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Gatehouse Kivas Tully 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West  
St John the Baptist (Norway) Anglican Church C.J. Gibson [39] 470 Woodbine Avenue, East Toronto
1894
Havergal College W 1451 Avenue Road  
Massey Hall Sidney Badgley Palladian architecture (Moorish Revival architecture interior) W 178 Victoria Street  
St. Phillip's Anglican Church
Stewart Building / Toronto Athletic Club 149 College Street  
1895
Eastern Gap Lighthouses 19th Century lighthouse Removed from Eastern Gap 1973 and relocated to Humber Bay Park 1981
Robert Simpson & Co. (now The Bay Queen St)
additions in 1900, 1908, 1912, 1923 and 1928
Burke & Horwood 18 176 Yonge St at Queen St
Toronto Transit Commission Roncesvalles Carhouse W Roncesvalles Avenue and Queen Street West  
St. George's Greek Orthodox Church - formerly Holy Blossom Temple John Wilson Siddall 6 Bond Street between Gould St. and Dundas St.  
F. W. Woolworth Building W Queen Street West and Yonge  
1896
Baird House 6, 18 261–263 Keele St, The Junction
Don CPR railway station Roundhouse Park  
Royal Canadian Yacht Clubhouse Dick & Wickson W Toronto Islands  
Scarboro Centennial Memorial Library [40] St. Andrew's Road, Scarborough
Victoria University in the University of Toronto W University of Toronto St. George campus  
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Superintendent's residence (Cumberland House) and pavilions 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West
1897
Kormann House Hotel 6 229 Queen Street East
The Royal Conservatory of Music Main Building - formerly home of McMaster University 273 Bloor Street West  
1898
Masaryk Hall 6 220 Cowan Avenue at Queen Street West  
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Assembly Hall 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West  
MacFarlane's Hotel 99 Jarvis Street
Toronto Police 51 Division (former Consumer's Gas Co. Station A) Bond & Smith 6 51 Parliament Street at Mill Street  
1899
Don Station W, 15 Roundhouse Park  
John Gibson House (formerly part of Trinity College) 6,18 790 Queen Street West, Trinity-Bellwoods
Old City Hall E. J. Lennox Romanesque Revival architecture W Queen Street West at Bay Street  
Massey-Harris, later Massey-Ferguson Ltd E. J. Lennox 6 519 King Street West
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital New Stores facilities 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West
Parkdale Telephone Exchange Building 207 Cowan Avenue  

1900 to 1909Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
c. 1900s
Dixon homestead 6 1671 Kipling Avenue
former La Rose homestead 6 322 La Rose Avenue
1900
John Hallam Warehouse A.R. Denison 6 8 Market Street, St. Lawrence, Old Town
Hotel Waverly J.J. Powell 484 Spadina Avenue
1901
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Conservatory 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus - 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Flavelle House Pearson and Darling Frank Darling University of Toronto St. George campus  
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Falconer Hall 84 Queen's Park Crescent University of Toronto St. George campus
Philosopher's Walk Gate University of Toronto St. George campus  
1902
Kew Gardens Gardener's Cottage Queen Anne Revival Kew Gardens
Bank of Hamilton G. W. Gouinlock (architect) 6 165 Spadina Avenue
King Edward Hotel E. J. Lennox W 37 King Street East  
St. Lawrence Market South building John William Siddall 92 Front Street East  
1903
Adams Brothers Harness Manufacturing Company Ltd 6 185 Frederick Street
Poor Alex Theatre 6 296 Brunswick Avenue, The Annex
Kimberley Jr Public School - Toronto District School Board 6, 10 50 Swanwick Avenue
J.F. Brown Building (Heintzman Hall) Chicago 193 Yonge Street
Trinity College Gates - Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division Frank Darling Trinity Bellwoods Park  
1904
University of Toronto Mining Building Francis R. Heakes 170 College Street University of Toronto St. George campus  
Hydro One / Ontario Hydro Bridgman Transformer Station 391 Davenport Road
1905
Trader's Bank Building Carrère and Hastings Yonge and Colborne Streets  
Antique Carousel Centreville Amusement Park, Toronto Islands
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Cottage 2 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West  
CNE Press Building or CNE Administrative Building George W. Gouinlock 6, W Exhibition Place near the Princess Margaret Fountain  
1906
Christie, Brown & Co. stables [13] 95 Berkeley Street
Frank Porter Wood Home - now Crescent School William Adams Delano W 2365 Bayview Avenue  
Malvern Collegiate Institute 10 55 Malvern Avenue  
Kew Beach Fire Station/Toronto Fire Services Station 227 - ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 17 Amsterdam Queen Street East  
Toronto Water High Level Pumping Station (Poplar Plains) 235 Cottingham Street
1975–1975A Queen Street East Queen Anne Revival 1975 and 1975A Queen Street East
Convocation Hall Pearson and Darling Frank Darling W 31 King's College Circle University of Toronto  
St. Margaret’s Chapel 4130 Lawrence Avenue East
1907
Bank of Commerce Darling & Pearson Classical Revival 6, 18 144 King St E, Old Town
CNE Music Building
also called Railways Building
George W. Gouinlock Beaux Arts 6, W, 15 Exhibition Place  
City Morgue
(later the Fred Victor Centre Women's Hostel)
Robert McCallum (architect) 6 86 Lombard Street  
University of Toronto Sandford Fleming Building Pearson and Darling Frank Darling 10 King's College Road  
University of Toronto Sigmund Samuel Building Pearson and Darling Frank Darling 7 King's College Circle  
Riverdale Collegiate Institute 1094 Gerrard Street East
Darling Building 6 96 Spadina Avenue
Horticulture Building George W. Gouinlock W, 15 Exhibition Place  
Royal Alexandra Theatre John M. Lyle Beaux Arts W 284 King Street West  
Yorkville Branch, Toronto Public Library Yorkville
1908
St. Patrick's Church Romanesque Revival 141 McCaul Street  
St. Anne's Anglican Church[41] Ford Howard, Toronto 6 270 Gladstone Avenue  
41 Binscarth Road G.M. Miller & Co. 41 Binscarth Road
Toronto Electric Light Company Substation - now Toronto Hydro Defoe Station 660 Adelaide Street West
Ontario Heritage Trust Building - known as the Birkbeck Building or the Ontario Heritage Centre G.W. Gouinlock 9, 15, 18 10 Adelaide Street East  
Queen City Vinegar Company Factory J. Francis Brown [42] 19 River Street
1909
Annette St Branch - Toronto Public Library Ellis and Connery, Architects, Eagle and Son, Contractors 6 145 Annette St, W of Keele St
City Dairy Stables GM Miller 6 563 Spadina Crescent
Knox Presbyterian Church James Wilson Grey 6 Spadina Avenue and Harbord Street  
Kilgour Farms barn Sunnybrook Farms
Hotel Victoria Frederick Mossop 56 Yonge St.  

1910 to 1919Edit

Building Builder Style Source Location Image
1910
Allan Gardens Palm House Robert McCallum, Mathers and Haldenby, Lord and Burnham Company, and Nexus Architects Allan Gardens, Garden District
Allan Public School (now Schoolhouse Shelter) C. H. Bishop, architect 6 349 George Street, Garden District  
Merchandise Building Max Dunning of Burke, Horwood and White 155 Dalhousie Street  
South African War Memorial Walter Seymour Allward Queen Street West and University Avenue  
Toronto Fire Services 226 ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 22 Amsterdam 87 Main Street
Toronto Fire Services 344 ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 23 Victorian/Queen Anne 240 Howland Aveue
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital 2nd Gatehouse, Paint Shop and Barn 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus
High Level Pumping Station - Toronto Water 235 Cottingham Avenue
Toronto Hydro Substation D 29 Nelson Street
University Of Toronto President's Estate (Dunlap House) Wickson and Gregg Highland Avenue, Rosedale  
University of Toronto Schools 371 Bloor Street West  
Victoria College Henry Sproatt 6, W 91 Charles Street West University of Toronto St. George campus
1911
Toronto Fire Services 311 ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 24 (Knights of Balmoral) Richardsonian Romanesque/Amsterdam 20 Balmoral Avenue
Miller Lash House University of Toronto Scarborough
High Park Club Gemmell and W. R. Gregg 100 Indian Road
Oakwood Collegiate Institute 10 991 St Clair Avenue West  
Toronto Hydro High Level Sub-Station (adjacent to High Level Pumping Station) 290 MacPherson Avenue
Toronto Hydro Junction Substation 30 Edwin Avenue
Toronto West End YMCA 931 College Street
St. Alphonsus Catholic Church (formerly St. Columba United Church) 540 St. Clair Avenue West  
1912
CNE Fire Hall (Toronto Fire Services Station 346 - ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 32) & Police Station George W. Gouinlook Gothic revival W, 15 Exhibition Place  
Government Building
(Medieval Times)
George W. Gouinlook W, 6 Exhibition Place near Dufferin Gate  
Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital Pumphouse 6 Humber College Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Boulevard West  
Manitou Road bridge Centre Island, Toronto Islands
Revue Cinema 400 Roncesvalles Avenue  
St. Patrick's Market 238 Queen Street West near John Street
Toronto Water Island Filtration Plant Toronto Islands
University of Toronto Sigmund Samuel Building additions Pearson and Darling Frank Darling 7 King's College Circle
University of Toronto Lillian Massey Department of Household Science 157 Bloor Street West
1913
Artscape Wychwood Barns - formerly Toronto Transit Commission St. Clair (Wychwood) Carhouse 76 Wychwood Avenue  
Canadian Pacific Building Darling and Pearson Edwardian [43] 69 Yonge Street
Labour Lyceum 346 Spadina Avenue
Toronto Transit Commission Russell Carhouse 6, W Queen Street East and Connaught Avenue
MaRS Discovery District - formerly Toronto General Hospital Pearson and Darling 101 College Street  
St. Paul's Anglican Church E. J. Lennox 6 Bloor Street east of Avenue Road
St. Augustine's Seminary Arthur W. Holmes (architect) Beaux-Arts architecture 6, W Scarborough  
Barton Avenue Stable - Connaught Labs John G. FitzGerald (builder) 6 1755 Steeles Ave West
Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres Thomas W. Lamb Edwardian 6, W 189 Yonge Street, north of Queen Street  
Toronto General Hospital - College Wing Pearson and Darling 101 College Street  
Central Technical School Ross and MacFarlane Collegiate Gothic 725 Bathurst Street  
Kiever Synagogue B. Swartz Byzantine Revival 6 25 Bellevue Avenue at Denison Square  
1914
Casa Loma E. J. Lennox Gothic Revival W 1 Austin Terrace  
Timothy Eaton Memorial Church Frank Wickson and Alfred Holden Gregg 6 St. Clair Avenue West  
Olympic Island bridge Centre Island and Olympic Island, Toronto Islands
Miller Lash/McLean Estate Edward Brodhead Green, Sr. (architect) Arts & Crafts Architecture 6 University of Toronto Scarborough (130 Old Kingston Road)
Studio Building Eden Smith 25 Severn Street  
299 Queen Street West Burke, Horwood and White (architects) Gothic Revival W 299 Queen Street West  
Old Mill Inn & Spa (incorporated shell of 1848 mill, Tudor buildings all from 1914 or newer) W Old Mill
Guild Inn - Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division W Guildwood  
1915
Agincourt Junior Public School - Toronto District School Board (formerly School Section #14 and later housing Agincourt Continuation School 1915-1929) Colonial Revival architecture/Georgian Revival 10 29 Lockie Avenue - Midland Avenue north of Sheppard Avenue East  
Hart House Henry Sproatt(Engineer) Ernest Rolph Gothic Revival 6, W 7 Hart House Circle - University of Toronto St. George campus  
Knox College Chapman and McGiggin North American Collegiate Gothic W, 15 23 King's College Circle - University of Toronto St. George Campus  
Old Administration Building - former Toronto Board of Education Office 263 McCaul Street
Bishop Strachan School 298 Lonsdale Road  
Toronto Water Island Pumping Station Allen Hazen (engineer) 1 Centre Island Park, Toronto Islands
Former Toronto Transit Commission Danforth Garage Danforth Avenue and Coxwell Avenue
Union Station
(building completed 1915, tracks and shed 1927)
G.A. Ross and R.H. Macdonald, Hugh Jones (CPR) and John M. Lyle (Toronto) Beaux-Arts W Front Street West  
Toronto Fire Services 342 ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 27 (Mid-Town Mob) Tudor Revival 106 Ascot Avenue
1916
Beaches Library - Toronto Public Library Eden Smith & Sons (architect) Collegiate Gothic Queen Street East  
Central Commerce Collegiate 570 Shaw Street  
Cherry Street bascule bridge Joseph Strauss (architect), Dominion Bridge Company (builder) Bascule bridge & Warren truss Cherry Street, Toronto Inner Harbour  
High Park Library - Toronto Public Library Gothic Revival 6 Roncesvalles Ave at Wright
Toronto Fire Services Station 343 ex-Toronto Fire Department Station 25 Queen Anne-style 65 Hendrick Avenue
Toronto Hydro Electric System Building 369 Carlaw Avenue
1917
Albert Building Palladian architecture 15 Shuter Street - (janitor residence and now administration office for Massey Hall)  
CNE General Services Building W, 15 Exhibition Place near Prince's Gate
New Toronto, Hydro Substation E. J. Lennox Edwardian Classical 18 140 Birmingham St.
St. Clements School 21 St. Clements Avenue
Toronto Harbour Commission Building Chapman and Oxley 6, W 60 Harbour Street at Bay Street  
1918
Highland Creek Public School - Toronto District School Board James, Laudon and Hertzberg (architect) Military Trail
1919
Allen Beach Theatre C. Howard Crane (architect) 1971 Queen Street East
Bloor Street/Prince Edward Viaduct Edmund Burke Truss arch bridge Bloor Street over Don River  
George Davis House Period Revival W Kingswood Road  
Hart House Theatre Henry Sproatt (architect), Ernst Rolph (engineer) Gothic 6, W University of Toronto St. George Campus
Tower Automotive Building J.W. Schreiber Art Deco 185 Sterling Road
Royal Canadian Yacht Club Island Club House Toronto Islands

See alsoEdit

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