Most definitely one of Toronto’s most recognizable landmarks. The Flatiron Building has been sitting on this site since 1892. Designed and built by architect David Roberts Jr. for The Gooderham and Worts Company to be used as their head office.
Not only does this building stand as an example of fine late 19th century architecture but is also an ode to the late Paul Oberman; former CEO of Woodcliffe properties and a man who loved the City of Toronto. It is because of his love for this City and passion for our history that this building stands tall and proud today.
Nestled in Toronto’s St. Lawrence community the location couldn’t be more perfect. Update: The Flatiron Building sold in 2011 for 15.29 million dollars.
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