Ed’s Warehouse Restaurant on King Street West on October 9, 1981. Toronto Archives, Fonds 1526, file 0067, Item 0014. In decades past, one of
Tag: King Street West
Demolition of historic Westinghouse building
The Westinghouse building on the southeast corner of Peter and King Street West is being demolished (April 2016), only the north and west facades being
Toronto’s old hotel at Spadina and King renovated
The former Backpacker’s Hotel on the northwest corner of King Street West and Spadina Avenue was unveiled the 4th week of July 2015, after almost
Toronto’s Gurney Stove Foundry, King Street West
The Gurney Iron Foundry on King Street West on April 13, 1927. Toronto Archives, S0071, It.4812 (1) The magnificent Victorian buildings, constructed of red and
Toronto’s historic Royal Alexandra Theatre
The Royal Alexander Theatre in August, 1955 , Toronto Public Library, r-4963-1 In the 19th century, King Street was one of the most fashionable residential
Renovations at site of old Backpackers’ Hotel
The site of the former Backpackers’ Hotel on February 10, 2015. I have been observing the renovations in progress at the former site of
Toronto’s Bell Lightbox (TIFF) on King St. West
I remember when the site of the Bell Lightbox, the headquarters of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), was a parking lot. I also recall
Toronto’s architectural gems—historic St. Andrew’s on King St.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church at 189 King Street West, on the southeast corner of King and Simcoe, is today nestled among the high-rise towers of
Atelier Cafe Lounge in the Gurney Stove Foundry at King and Brant streets.
Today I had lunch at Atelier Cafe Lounge on King Street West, located within the building that once housed the nineteenth-century Gurney Stove Foundry.