20170118. The Eglinton Grand, a national historic site and elaborate and luxurious example of Art Deco architecture (1936), is back as an elegant event space. #Toronto, #architecture, Canada’s Historic Places

20170118. The Eglinton Grand, a national historic site and elabo

20161226. The Milburn building on Colborne Street – designed by the “master practitioner” of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, E.J. Lennox (architect of Casa Loma and Old City Hall).

Completed in 1889, this five-unit building housed Milburn Co., a wholesaler of patent medicines and tenants who sold beer supplies, wine and liquor (from Toronto Architecture: A City Guide, 2nd edition).
Completed in 1889, this five-unit building housed Milburn Co., a wholesaler of patent medicines and tenants who sold beer supplies, wine and liquor (from Toronto Architecture: A City Guide, 2nd edition).

Urban Photography of Toronto and beyond by Vik Pahwa (vik@vikpahwa.com)