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Sovereign Bank

LAST UPDATE: May 31 2019

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photo credit, courtesy of Bob Krawczyk

photo credit, courtesy of Bob Krawczyk

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
Sovereign Bank
172 King Street East
Moss Park, Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:
This property’s contribution lies in its historic use as a financial institution and its role in the economic intensification of the District in the early 20th century, as well as its historic association with prominent Toronto architect George W. Gouinlock. The structure also contributes to the physical character of the District through its Edwardian architecture, its stone detailing and its prominent corner siting, with main facades addressing both King Street East and George Street.

Status:
Completed

Year Completed:
1907

Map:
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Companies:
The following companies are associated with this building

BUILDING DATA
Type:
Low-rise

Current use:
Commercial

Former use:
Bank

Heritage:
Designated under Part IV and Part V, Ontario Heritage Act

Heritage Conservation District:
St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Heritage Conservation District

Sources:

Sources

  1. Inventory of Heritage Properties
    Author - City of Toronto
    More information

  2. Toronto Architecture: A City Guide
    Author - Patricia McHugh
    Page - 28

  3. St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Heritage Conservation District Plan
    Author - Fournier Gersovitz Moss Drolet and Associates Architects (FGMDA)
    Date - 2015
    Page - Appendix C: Schedule of Properties
    More information

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