Constructed in the early 20th century, these buildings were designed as three attached buildings. Today they are a part of the Harbord Village Heritage Conservation District, which consist primarily of a number of late 19th century residences. As part of the Heritage Conservation District the owner was required by City of Toronto to prepare a Heritage Impact Assessment and a Conservation Plan to renovate the and add to the structure to the rear. MW Hall Corporation served the owner as heritage architect working with JCI Architects who prepared the construction documents for the work. The original front porches are being restored. CorTen steel panels were selected as the primary cladding for the new additions, which is compatible with the original brick structures. Construction is underway.