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It is worth stopping here to enjoy the history of the area and take a photo. The current flatiron building was built in the 1890s to replace the old 1830s Coffin Block Building. The New York version was built over 10 years later. You can...More
The Gooderham building is a heritage structure built in 1892 of red brick, with attractive arched windows and a copper roof in a unique pie shape due to the confluence of Wellington and Front streets. Built as the headquarters for the Gooderham family distillery business,...More
Beautiful building, easy to spot. If you are driving it will only take amoment, might as well see it, short and easy. If you have a nice day, and are walking, stop and have a pint and an your next stop, there is much to...More
Stumbled into this building by accident while we were just roaming around blindly
Love its architect and artwork behind it. Very eye catching
Remember to walk behind the building. Think people tend to forget
Worthwhile a stop