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1067 YONGE ST
Ward 11 - Tor & E.York District
Site Plan Approval to facilitate the restoration of the existing non-residential building and a 4-storey rear addition with a total non-residential gross floor area of 1437.39 square metres and a maximum height of 16.5 metres.
Also known as the Jarvis House, this building was sold in February 2019 for $12.5 million.
The two-storey, red-brick building was constructed in 1914 and is an example of Georgian Revival style. It was listed in the heritage register on March 27, 1974.
Tony Award–winning producer has already begun renovations on midtown property
More historical context:
The 1067 Yonge Street site is a rare example of Georgian Revival architecture, which was a preferred style deployed throughout the 19th century due to Toronto's connections with Great Britain. Designated as a Category B heritage property as part of the South Rosedale Heritage Conservation District for its overall quality, prominent location and citywide significance, the Jarvis House has accommodated a variety of commercial enterprises including well-recognized investment firm Tricon Capital Group Inc. and the Goethe-Institut, a Federal Republic of Germany's cultural institute.
The Jarvis House was built in 1914 for Jennie Brooke Jarvis, a descendant of Daniel Brooke, a prominent merchant who played a leading role in Toronto's early history. The property is also a popular destination for Rosedale historical walking tours.
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