Flatiron Building, Toronto
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Address: 49 Wellington St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C9, Canada
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About Flatiron Building, Toronto
One of Toronto’s most photographed structures, this 1891 five-story red brick Gothic Romanesque building is among the most expensive office spaces in the city. It’s actually older than NYC’s Flatiron by about a decade. Make sure to check out the mural, the Trompe l'Oeil, at the back of the building. It’s a mirror image of the Perkins Building across the street. The only access to the building is the pub in the basement but that is usually filled with the after-hour office crowd as soon as it opens.
Flatiron Building Opening and Closing Hours
- The Flatiron and Firkin Pub: 11am-2am
How To reach Flatiron Building by Public Transport
- Bus 121 stop Church St at Front St E.
- Subway 1 stop King Station.
- Streetcars 304, 504, 514; Buses 503 stop King St East at Church St.
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Flatiron Building, Toronto Reviews
The legendary Gooderham Building! Super cool and unique architecture... never actually been inside, but if you are looking to get a classic photograph of your visits to downtown Toronto getting a shot of this building is a must.
The Flatiron building is just a 'Have to pass by'...gives you a different vibe with its contrast surrounded by all the high rise buildings. It feels like a moment of TBT 😊
Never visited, it's a pleasurable little token from Old Toronto. A monument to the industrious who build our modern city located at Church/Wellington and Front, hosts a bar which I have yet visited. The site hosts a park and some office space. The surrounding area does cater to the mid-20's to late-40's crowd. Visually appealing, worth observing when you're in town or passing by.
Just spectacular view, afternoon lighting makes all more amazing!
The trompe l'oeil mural on this building is a joy to behold! The red-brick building is perfectly maintained. Definitely one of the most amazing landmarks of Toronto. Plus, there is a pub in the basement with an outdoor patio.