Madison Avenue Heritage Conservation District

Madison Avenue contains a wonderful collection of late nineteenth and early twentieth century Toronto architecture, including the first Annex style house designed by E.J. Lennox, and several other examples of the style. As well there are houses by architects Eden Smith, Hamilton Townsend, Langley and Langley, Edmund Burke, Frederick H. Herbert  as well as several other less well known architects. The street is being designated as the first phase of the Annex West Heritage Conservation District.

Client:   Annex Residents Association