King St E and Sherbourne St in 1972 & 2022

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Looking northeast from the intersection of King St E and Sherbourne St in Toronto’s Old Town neighbourhood. Built in 1908, the two-storey Edwardian Classical style building was originally the Imperial Bank of Canada and designed by the Toronto-based architecture firm Darling & Pearson.

In 1961, the bank merged with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and until 2000, the building served as a CIBC branch. The former bank’s facade was preserved and is now the entrance of Kings Court Condo.

1972/2022 – Looking northeast from the intersection of King St E and Sherbourne St in Toronto's Old Town neighbourhood. Built in 1908, the two-storey Edwardian Classical style building was originally the Imperial Bank of Canada and designed by the Toronto-based architecture firm Darling & Pearson. In 1961, the bank merged with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, and until 2000, the building served as a CIBC branch. The former bank's facade was preserved and is now the entrance of Kings Court Condo
1972/2022 – Looking northeast from the intersection of King St E and Sherbourne St in Toronto’s Old Town neighbourhood (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 8, Item 6)
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