The Railways Building, today known as the Music Building, is located at 285 Manitoba Dr at Exhibition Place. Built in 1907, architect George Wallace Gouinlock designed the structure as a joint project for the Exhibition, Canadian Pacific Railway and Grand Trunk Railway to showcase rail travel and transportation accomplishments. From 1952 to 1961, it became the Hydro Building; in 1968, it was renamed the Music Building.
The three-octagon-topped building received heritage status from the city in 1973. It was severely damaged by a fire in 1987 and has since been restored. Today, it’s home to creative and commercial space, including the Toronto Fashion Incubator.