Queen Elizabeth School was designed by local architect Frank J. Martin. It was built in 1953 and opened in September 1954.
Built 1930. The McGavin’s Bakery building was designed by architect: David Webster. The rooftop sign had said, “Don’t say bread say McGavin’s” until Earls moved into the building.
Landy Block at 625 Avenue H South. Address first appears in 1913 city directory as the South West Meat Market with Burt Landy listed as proprietor.
Also called Westside Butcher Store, it featured in a report in the Daily Star of December 5, 1913 of a court case over charges that chickens kept in the basement contributed to unsanitary conditions.
The Sheraton Cavalier is an 8 story hotel built in 1960. Attached to the Sheraton is the James Hotel, formerly the Cavalier Tower apartment building which was converted into a boutique hotel in 2011.
This former provincial land titles office was built in 1909 and was designed by Storey and Van Egmond. The design was meant to convey “strength, permanency and good order”. The building was sympathetically renovated in 1994 as legal offices and is provincially designated heritage site.