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1892 – Gooderham Building, Toronto, Ontario

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Architect: David Roberts Jr.

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The building was commissioned by George Gooderham to house the head offices of his Gooderham & Worts distilling company. Wedged into the confluence of Wellington and Front Street East, Toronto’s “Flatiron Building” pre-dates New York’s more famous Flatiron Building by a decade.

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