When it was completed in 1929, Eaton's department store in Toronto stood as the embodiment of style, gracing an entire square city block with its sleek Art Deco limestone facade. While the building was taken over in 1977 by Toronto College Park Limited and converted into a mixed-use office, residential, and retail complex, Toronto's Historical Board ensured that its grand seven-story Art Deco facade was preserved intact. Though the beauty of the building remains today essentially as it was ...
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