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|Union Terminal & Commercial Building|
|King Street West|
Toronto ON Canada
| Intended completion date||1911|
| - office|
| - hotel|
| - station|
| - highrise|
In September of 1911, United Engineering and Construction Company approached the City's Board of Control with a proposal to build a huge structure occupying the entire area bounded by Yonge, King, York and Queen Streets, almost 60 acres. It was to be called the Toronto Union Terminal and Commercial Building.
Architect: F.M. Andrews & Company
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