|Address:||219 Vaughan Street|
|Use:||Apartment & Commercial|
219 Vaughan Street, also known as The Vaughan, is an apartment building which was constructed in 1929. The building was designed by John Woodman, a train engineer who took up architectural design later in his career. The building was initially constructed as an apartment building, but currently holds a mixture of residential and commercial tenants.
The building was made of a brick exterior with stone accents. The building's facade was designed to be symmetrical with a central entrance located on Vaughan Street. The windows sills are made of white stone which contrasts with the dark brick. The entrance to the building is also decorated with carved stone which extends up three of the four storeys.