THESE IMAGES ARE ARCHITECTS’ PROPOSED DRAWINGS FOR TORONTO’S EATON CENTRE, 1968-1972

Framed and matted in the right way, these drawings and models would no doubt find places on gallery walls. I wouldn’t mind having one myself. Fortunately they’ve been preserved by the City of TORONTO Archives, and represent the rebuilding of downtown Toronto in the 1970’s. The Eaton Centre has been successful in giving downtown a boost, rejuvenating Yonge Street and helping make Yonge/Dundas Square a must-visit destination.

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