It's on the Heritage Register - https://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/2003/agendas/council/cc030414/to4rpt/cl012.pdf
Reasons for Listing: The property at 95A Bloor Street West is recommended for inclusion on the City of Toronto Inventory of Heritage Properties for its cultural heritage value or interest. The Georg Jensen Store is architecturally significant as the only known commission in Toronto by the Montreal architectural firm of Rother, Bland, Trudeau. The partnership of Vincent Rother, John Bland and Charles Elliott Trudeau (brother of former Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau) contributed to the development of the Modern Movement of architecture in Canada with projects that included the award-winning former Ottawa City Hall (1955). In 1956, the firm remodelled an existing commercial building on the southeast corner of Bloor Street West and St. Thomas Street for Georg Jensen’s Silversmiths Limited. The store showcased the products of the internationally recognized design firm founded by the Danish goldsmith and sculptor in Copenhagen in 1904. The building was cited in contemporary periodicals as contributing to the revitalization of the Yorkville commercial neighbourhood. The Georg Jensen Store displays Modern design features. The heritage attributes of the building are found on the two street facades (north and west). The smooth cladding and minimalist door and window openings (now partly altered), particularly the oversized windows on the north wall and the two-storey showcase windows on the west elevation, are significant design features.