Architectural Index for Ontario

Information on Designer: Chou, Johnson

Notes Toronto designer.

Address: 155 Dalhousie Street
Type of Building: Condominiums
Name of Building: Merchandise Building
Notes: SEE ALSO: 108 MUTUAL STREET. Formerly the Sears (Mail-order) Warehouse building. Completed in 1910. Altered in 1916 by Max Dunning from the Chicago architectural firm of Burke, Horwood & White. Altered in 1930s by Frank Corley, a staff architect with Simpson's (Department Store). Converted to condominiums in 1996 by Toronto architect Paul Northgrave.

Building completed 1910
Altered 1996

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
. 2000 July N16 Sat. 29th
AZURE 1996 Sept. 11 12 108
Building 1996 Aug/Sep 12-13 46 4
Canadian Architect 1989 Oct. 62-63 34 10
Canadian Architect 2001 Oct. 12-13 46 10
Canadian Interiors 2001 Jan/Feb 36-40 38 1
Financial Post (Newspaper) 1998 March R8 14th
National Post 2001 Oct. PH15 Sat. 20th
National Post 2001 Sept. N1,N4 Sat. 15th
National Post 2001 Oct. Ph1,4 Sat. 20th
Toronto Star 2001 Sept. P16 Sat. 29th
Toronto Star 2000 Jan. p1,p5 Sat. 29th
Toronto Star 1997 May J1/J2 Sat. 3rd
Toronto Star 1999 Dec. M8 18th

End of record
Address: 883 Queen Street West
Type of Building: Art Galleries
Name of Building: Archive

Officially opened Nov. 1996

Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
Globe & Mail 1997 May C15 Sat. 17th
National Post 2001 Sept N1+ Sat. 15th