"Old" City Hall 1899-1965

Designed by E.J. Lennox in the Romanesque Revival style, an architectural style unique to North America, Toronto's third city hall was constructed of sandstone from the Credit River valley, grey stone from the Orangeville area, and brown stone from New Brunswick. The rugged, towering façade has often been described as cliff-like.


In front of the east wing of the building, 60 Queen Street West, Toronto

Region: Greater Toronto Area

County/District: City of Toronto (District)

Municipality: City of Toronto