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1095-1099 Yonge Street 1892
Photos and transcription by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted April, 2015
On Yonge Street near the corner with Price Street can be found this 2011 Heritage Toronto plaque. Here's what it says:
This four-unit block was built in the Italianate commercial style by William J. Bromley, contractor. Decorative brickwork accents the roofline's pressed-metal cornice and frames the different window shapes. The first occupants included a boot and shoe store, a tinsmith, a provision shop, and a dairy.
> Posted November 24, 2015
That is beautiful brickwork. Are there other examples, or more information on William J Bromley's work? email@example.com
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