20. One of Toronto's architectural 'gems' could get a new lease on life
From Feb. 10, 2017:
The sign on the door of the grand old bank at 205 Yonge St. reads, "Don't sleep on the steps." That kind of notice would not have done at all in 1905 when this building was erected as the Bank of Toronto on the city's most important avenue, a neo-classical temple serving both the city's growing wealth and traditional ideals of beauty. The front doors have been locked for 15 years and the stunning white marble interior, with its black and gold detailing barred from public view.
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