September 3, 2018
The preservation of the historic Victoria Row façade has been a priority since the construction began next door.
Before any heavy exterior work is completed, this stretch of Toronto’s heritage must be properly supported and protected.
interior demolition of the buildings between Leader Ln. and the Albany Club
Meanwhile, inside the buildings, the groundwork is being laid – or rather demolished – to make room for the new development. The interior abatement continues this month as the crew prepares to secure the facades for exterior demolition to come. This construction will set the stage for a host of improvements for our members, including, but not limited to, an underground parking garage.
signnage being removed to preserve the façade of Victoria Row
During this period the sidewalk on the south side of King St. E from Leader Ln. to the west of the Albany Club will be closed for pedestrian safety.
sidewalk closed for pedestrian safety
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Contact us to learn more about the project next door, and ongoing revitalization at The Albany Club!