Queen St W and Spadina Ave in 1920-24 & 2023

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Looking southwest towards the intersection of Queen St W and Spadina Ave, in the Fashion District of Toronto. 441 Queen St W boasts a distinctive light green beehive turret that crowns the building.

Originally constructed in 1886, the building served as an Oddfellows’ Hall and was designed by the renowned architects Langley & Burke. In recognition of its historical and architectural significance, the building was granted heritage status by the city of Toronto in 1983.

Then and Now

Between 1920-24/2023 – Looking southwest towards the intersection of Queen St W and Spadina Ave, in the Fashion District of Toronto. The building crowned with the light green beehive turret at 441 Queen St W was built in 1886 as an Oddfellows' Hall. The building, designed by architects Langley & Burke, received heritage status from the city in 1983
Between 1920-24/2023 – Looking southwest towards the intersection of Queen St W and Spadina Ave, in the Fashion District of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1488, Series 1230, Item 1820)
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