The Graphic Arts Building
73 Richmond Street West.

The Graphic Arts Building is a historical building in the heart of downtown Toronto. Built in 1913 and designed by Francis S. Baker, this iconic building features classical facades like ionic columns and cornice, with a limestone base. For many years, the building was the headquarters of Saturday Night magazine, originally founded in the 1873 by cartoonist, J. W. Bengough. Margaret Atwood received her first national exposure through stories published in the magazine.

This 5-storey boutique conversion features 65 loft-like units in the Financial Distict, and is close to major hospitals, the University of Toronto, Eaton Centre, and government offices. Most suites are designated for work / live and offer flexible open concept floor plans.

73 Richmond Street West is located at the corner of Richmond Street West and Bay Street.


With a walk score of 99, the Graphic Arts Building is ideally located near amenities, transit, and the heart of the city at Nathan Phillips Square. Sitting on Richmond Street West, this building is nestled by the the Financial District, as well as the Discovery District on the adjoining University Avenue and the Theatre and Entertainment Districts on King Street West, just a few blocks south. This location is also flanked by the Ontario College of Art and Ryerson University. Live and work in this reimagined historical building, or purchase as a great investment opportunity.


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Suite Features.

Selected suites feature 12 foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and granite countertops in the kitchen and bathroom.