Today the structure appears to be mostly vacant (I'm not sure about the suites), with rental signs in every window. The matching arched doorway that used to be on the Imperial Bank side was replaced long ago with a store front. It seems to be another case of a rather attractive structure falling victim to time and neglect. The details are there, but I cringe to think about how much work the building may actually need. That said, I'd love to see it restored or re-purposed and back in use. They don't make buildings quite like this anymore.
|Imperial Bank ca. 1914|