From June 1927:
ARCITECTS DRAWING FOR $1,500,000 CLUB BUILDING
This 12 story building was designed by Pennington & Boyde, it was supposed to be built at Pitt & Dougall. It was going to be home to the North American Athletic Club.
The plan was for floors 5-11 to be filled with rooms, similar to the YMCA.
It’s a shame that these buildings featured this week weren’t realized. Windsor might have looked very different if these building had risen beyond the drawing board.