Other signs of times past still visible include Little Trinity Church, Inglenook Community High School, St. Paul's Basilica and the picturesque Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, which opened in 1849.
Another huge Corktown landmark is the Dominion Brewery Building, built in 1889 on the north side of Queen, west of Sumach. The building serves as offices now. Beside it is the Dominion on Queen and behind it are the Brewery Lofts on Sumach Street, an old CBC warehouse that in the 90s became one of the city's original loft conversion projects.
Other projects in the area include the almost-complete Corktown Mews on River Street and a Streetcar Developments loft conversion called the Queen City Vinegar Co. Lofts.
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