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History

THE BISCUIT DAYS

The heritage building at 134 Peter Street has been a biscuit factory, an art gallery and a nightclub. Now, it’s the heart of Toronto’s most innovative office tower.

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134 PETER’S PAST

1797
Upper Canada administrator (and legendary narcissist)
Peter Russell names Peter Street.

1910
Construction on Weston’s Biscuit Factory is complete.
Soon, production is running 24 hours per day.

1970’s
Biscuit production ends; 134 Peter Street is transformed
into an office building and fashion showroom.

 

1980
The esteemed David Bellman Gallery opens, hosting such
illustrious artists as Jeff Wall and Sol LeWitt.

1998
Allied acquires 134 Peter Street. Early tenants include the
nightclubs Distrikt and Light Lounge.

2015
Construction on QRC West is complete. A new
chapter begins

 

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