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63-65 Huntley Street

LAST UPDATE: August 13 2021

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63-65 Huntley Street, Toronto - 18 March 2021 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

63-65 Huntley Street, Toronto - 18 March 2021 - Photograph by Adam Wynne

AT RISK INFORMATION
At risk status:
This building is at risk

Info:

The Upper Jarvis Neighbourhood Association has identified that there is an ongoing development-related land assembly on the east side of Huntley Street between Linden Street and Selby Street. As such, 63-65 Huntley Street is part of this land assembly. The Upper Jarvis Neighbourhood Association anticipates the redevelopment will include a 40 to 50 storey tower. The future of the historic properties presently extant on this block of Huntley Street is uncertain. 

 

 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
63-65 Huntley Street
63-65 Huntley Street
North St.James Town, Toronto

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

63-65 Huntley Street were constructed in 1876 and first occupied in 1877. 

The first occupants of 63-65 Huntley Street, as of 1877, were: 

 

63 Huntley Street: Arkless (Archelaus) Harris Rundle (1847-1909) - see information on Rundle family below.

65 Huntley Street: Frederick Caston, of F. A. Caston & Company - a leather and findings company based on Scott Street.

 

The Rundle family are significant within the Upper Jarvis area and are associated with the construction and history of a number of houses in the area.  Arkless H. Rundle constructed at least 19 houses on Huntley Street, Selby Street, and Sherbourne Street. 

 

63-65 Huntley Street (1876/1877) also predates the A. H. Rundle House (1888) at 15 Selby Street; as well as the Charles A. Rundle House (1889) at 514 Jarvis Street. 

 

 

As of 1950, 63 Huntley Street was home to architect Peter Kaffka. Kaffka later became one of Vancouver's most influential mid-20th century and Modern architects. 

 

Research by Adam Wynne.

 

Year Completed:
1876/1877

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