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|444 Yonge Street|
Toronto ON Canada
| - office|
| - retail|
| - highrise|
| - art deco|
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Architects: Ross & Macdonald, with Sproatt & Rolph, designed 1919-28; built 1928-1933
Set to be the largest office development in Canada in its day, the construction of the Eatons Tower development was halted when roughly 1/8th complete. Only a quarter of the podium was completed in 1930, which stands today as "College Park," one of the best examples of art deco in Toronto.
The tower would have stood on the site of what is today Barbara Ann Scott Park.
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