|Formerly:||Sisters of Service Residential Club|
|Address:||62 Hargrave Street|
|Original Use:||Missionary order|
|Other Work:||1960, Addition |
1980, 1981, 1983, Interior renovations (Haid, Jesson & Associates for United Capital Joint Ventures)
|Architects:||Waisman Ross & Associates|
|Firms:||Waisman Ross & Associates|
In 1959 Waisman Ross and Associates designed this low-lying single storey building, nestled in the primarily residential block at 62 Hargrave Street. The building was originally constructed for use by the Sisters of Service Residential Club (the first English-speaking Roman Catholic missionary order founded by a Canadian).