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Unbuilt Windsor – # 4

From December 1928:

PROPOSED ROYAL WINDSOR HOTEL

This building was to be the tallest hotel in the British Empire. Designed by O’Dell, Trace & Diehl, it was to be part of the Royal Windsor Complex. The Apartment Building (still standing) and Garage (demolished) were the first two phases. This was to be the third and final part. It was to be located at the vacant Southeast corner of London (University) & Dougall.

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