St Clements Anglican Church in Leslieville is noted for its Victorian Gothic Revival architecture, and an institution of significance which has served it's community for over a century meeting their social and spiritual needs. It is yet another underfunded vacant Toronto Church sitting on a derelict lot that has been designated for redevelopment into boutique condo lofts. The Church was designated as a heritage building since 2011. The past parish has a history that dates back to 1895 with a growing congregation, and the Church building on Jones Ave was conceived since 1910. However, by 2006, the shrinking congregation was forced to closure and the church building has been left vacant for several years. The church lands were acquired by the developer. Redevelopment may be a good thing, in the hopes that the glorious details will be restored and preserved. The building is declared as a building of cultural heritage value under the Ontario Heritage Act remains as a significant neighbourhood landmark.
Blogto has some terrific photos from the Final Days of St Clements Church.
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St Clements Church Loft Team:
Architect: Turner Fleisher
Engineer: Sonterlan Corporation
Interior Design: Union 31
Walking distance to all the best of Leslieville and the Danforth.
Transit and Highway:
Minutes to Gardiner and DVPThe closest transit routes are the JONES AVENUE AT SPROAT AVENUE 83 JONES, the GERRARD STREET EAST AT JONES AVENUE 506 CARLTON, and the QUEEN STREET EAST AT JONES AVENUE 501 QUEEN.
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