According to an article by Ryan McGreal in the online publication, Raise the Hammer, the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) asked the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport to stop the planned demolition of the two 1870s buildings overlooking Gore Park at 24 and 28 King Street East and designate the buildings under the Ontario Heritage Act. The ACO argues that the saving of these buildings and the landscape is no longer a local matter but is now a provincial responsibility.
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I specialize in spray and acrylic murals, figure & house portraits, and urban landscapes. In addition to painting, my art practice includes sound and light sculptures. View all posts by Chris Erskine
Maybe you could just fix up the old buildings and then use them but don’t tear them down keep the 1800’s look