Architectural Index for Ontario

Information on Architect: Du Toit, Roger

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Address: 65 Front Street West
Type of Building: Railway Stations
Name of Building: Union Station
Notes: the FIRST Uninion Station was built opened in May 1858 on the west side of York Street, south of what is now Station Street. It was demolished in October 1871. The SECOND Union Station was built in September 1871 and was situated between Station Street and the edge of Lake Ontario. The THIRD Union Station is the one standing. For information about the proposed arena for the Toronto Maple Leafs that would utilize Union Station, search under "Maple Leaf's Arena" in the Building Name field.

Building completed 1914

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
A Street Called Front 1983 n/a 20-21
ACORN 1986 Summer 6 11 2
Bulletin / Soc. for the Study of Arch. in Canada 1997 June 44 22 2
Canadian Architect 1975 March 26-33 20 3
Eye Weekly 2002 July 14 4th
Globe & Mail 2001 Dec. A25 Sat. 22nd
Globe & Mail 1971 Sept ? 30th
Globe & Mail 1984 Sept ? 11th
Globe & Mail 1992 Feb C1 Wed 5th
Globe & Mail 2001 Nov. A26 Wed. 14th
Globe & Mail 2001 June A16 8th
Globe & Mail 2000 April A19 19th
Globe & Mail 2000 June B1? 7th
John M. Lyle : toward a Canadian architecture 1982 n/a 86-88
Selected Papers / Society for the Study of Arch... 1977 1977 45 2 n/a
Toronto Calendar Magazine 1971 Dec 63
Toronto Places 1992 n/a 58-61 n/a n/a
Toronto Star 2001 July B2 4th
Toronto Star 2001 July E2 3rd
Toronto Star 1998 Feb. E1,E4 Sat. 28th
Toronto Star 2000 June B4 Fri. 9th
Toronto Star 1971 Dec ? 17th
Toronto Star 1997 April A7 Sun. 20th
Toronto Star 1971 Dec ? 7th
Toronto Star 1972 Feb ? 11th
Toronto Star 1977 Feb ? 19th
Toronto Star 1971 Nov ? 29th
Toronto Star 1971 Aug ? 13th
Toronto Star 1998 Feb. B1,B5 Tues 17th
Toronto Star 1972 April 1st
Toronto Star 1971 Dec ? 9th
Toronto Star 1986 Jan A6 Fri 3rd
Toronto Star 1978 May B5 Sat 31st
Toronto Star 1998 May B1,B5 Fri. 29th
Toronto Star 1972 Nov ? 2nd
Toronto Star 1974 July ? 27th
Toronto Star 1981 Match ? 14th
Toronto Telegram 1971 July ? 21st
Toronto Telegram 1961 Aug ? 4th
Toronto, Carved in Stone 1984 n/a 21 n/a n/a

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Address: 65 Front Street West
Type of Building: Arenas
Name of Building: Maple Leaf's Arena
Notes: Proposed arena which utilizes Union Station as its main entrance.

Design conceived 1997

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
Canadian Architect 1997 June 9 42 6
NOW 1997 June 20 5th
Toronto Life 1997 Dec. 67-80 31 17
Toronto Star 1997 April A1,A7 Fri. 18th
Toronto Star 1997 June ? 17th
Toronto Star 1997 May A3 29th
Toronto Star 1997 may A2 11th
Toronto Star 1997 April A7 Sun. 20th

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Address: 230 King Street East
Type of Building: Condominiums
Name of Building: Kings Court
Notes: SEE ALSO: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce at no.226 King Street East. Project also incorporates the 1842 Paul Bishop Houses.

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
Toronto Star 2001 Feb. R1+ Sat. 24th

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Address: 2 Market Street
Type of Building: Housing
Name of Building: New Hibret Co-op

Foundation started 1997

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
Canadian Architect 1999 August 19-21 44 8
Globe & Mail 1998 Aug. C15 Sat. 15th
Toronto Star 1998 Feb. N3 14th

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Address: 0 Mill Street
Intersection: Trinity Street
Type of Building: Distilleries
Name of Building: Gooderham & Worts Distillery
Notes: Begun in 1832, a complex of some 45 buildings, occupying 5.5 hectares on Mill Street, Just north of the Gardiner Expressway, and between Parliament and Cherry Streets. SEE ALSO (for Condominium redevelopment project): 39 Parliament St, and nos. 70 & 80 Mill St.

Building completed 1832

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
AZURE 1998 May/Jun 39-43
Cabbagetown remembered 1984 n/a 62-65
Cabbagetown: The Story of... 1998 n/a var.
Canadian Architect 1993 Nov. 11 38 11
Canadian Architect 1994 Oct. 15-19
Explore Historic Toronto 1994 Sum 1,3 6
Eye Weekly 2001 Nov. 6 8th
Globe & Mail 2001 Nov. A18 2nd
Globe & Mail 2002 Jan. A10 Tues 1st
Globe & Mail 1975 Dec. ? 2nd
Globe & Mail 1995 June C16 Sat. 3rd
Globe & Mail 2002 Mar. A14 18th
Globe & Mail 1994 May A4 9th
Heritage 2001 Sum. 4-9 4 3
National Post 2001 Nov. TO2 Sat. 10th
National Post 2001 Pct. PH1 Sat. 20th
Perspectives: Newsletter of the Ontario Assn of Ar 1997 Fall 10-22 5 3
TRAC : newsletter of the Toronto Region Arch.... 1994 April
Toronto Places 1992 n/a 44-47
Toronto Star 2002 Jan. J1+ Sat. 26th
Toronto Star 2001 Sept. J1 Sat. 29th
Toronto Star 2001 Nov. B1,B4 Fri. 2nd
Toronto Star 2001 Dec. F5 Mon. 31st
Toronto Star 1989 Nov. J6 Sat. 25th
Toronto Star 2000 June P1+ 24th
Toronto Star 1998 June P1,P4 Sat. 20th
Toronto Star 1996 July G1-G2 Sat. 13th
Toronto Star 1982 July ? 27th
Toronto Star 1990 Aug. A2 Sat. 25th
Toronto Star 1995 May A1+ 24th
Toronto Star 1994 Feb. A2 Sat. 12th
Toronto Star 1995 April A1+ Sun. 16th
Toronto Star 1997 April BE20 Sun. 27th
Toronto Star 2001 Sept B5 Wed 5th
Toronto Star 1995 May A15 Mon. 22nd
Toronto Star 2002 March B2 Tues 26th
Toronto and Beyond: The SIA scrapbook, 1994 1994 n/a 12-30
Toronto, Carved in Stone 1984 n/a 94

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Address: 0 Sherbourne Street
Intersection: King Street East
Type of Building: Condominiums
Notes: Condominium project to involve two pre-confederation townhouses built in 1848 as well as a neo-classical Imperial Bank building.

Design conceived c1998

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
Canadian Architect 1998 Sept. 17 43 9