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Darling & Pearson

26 January 2013

1915 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Vancouver

Architect: Darling & Pearson Now a branch of Birks. Listed on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada.

01 August 2012

1910 – Land Titles Building, Regina, Saskatchewan

Architect: Darling & Pearson The first public building commissioned by the new provincial government after the formation of the province. Designed by the prominent Toronto architectural firm of Darling and Pearson during their...

14 July 2012

1899 – Dominion Bank, 440 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Darling & Pearson Beautiful turned corner with banking hall. Located at 440 Main Street, and demolished in 1966. Now an empty site.

14 July 2012

1907 – Nanton Building, Portage Avenue, Winnipeg

Architect: Darling & Pearson Demolished.

04 July 2012

1899 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architect: Darling & Pearson Dismantled stone by stone in 1910 and re-erected in Regina, Saskatchewan. A replacement bank building, even more grandiose was designed and built by Darling & Pearson.

07 March 2012

1931 – Canadian Bank of Commerce Tower, Toronto

Architect: Darling & Pearson At the time of its completion the Canadian Bank of Commerce Building, 25 King Street West, dominated the Toronto skyline at 34-storeys. For three decades until 1962, it was...

07 August 2011

1906 – Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Elmwood, Winnipeg

Architect: Darling & Pearson Fine former bank branch by Darling & Pearson for the Canadian Bank of Commerce. They produced many branches for the bank across Canada, and quite a few buildings around...

02 August 2010

1905 – Former Canadian Bank of Commerce, Queen Street East, Toronto

Architect: Darling & Pearson Dating from 1905, the former Canadian Bank of Commerce building at 744 Queen Street East has an especially attractive bowed facade.

01 August 2010

1904 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Medicine Hat, Alberta

Architect: Darling & Pearson The construction of the stately bank building in Medicine Hat illustrated the Canadian Bank of Commerce’s confidence in the buoyant economy of south eastern Alberta during the great wave...

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