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==References==
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| url        = https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/historic-hotel-anchors-stylish-building/article675284/
| title      = Historic hotel anchors stylish building
| work        = [[Globe and Mail]]
| author      = Sydnia Yu
| date        = 2008-06-20
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| quote      = For more than a century, the Kormann House Hotel has been situated across from Moss Park at Queen and Sherbourne streets, which - rife with crime and prostitution - is considered one of the least desirable corners in the downtown core.
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| title      = The city's most notorious intersections are turning the corner
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| work        = [[Globe and Mail]]
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| author      = Denise Balkissoon
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| date        = 2010-10-29
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| quote      = What's changed: Here come the condos - the Brad Lamb-led Kormann House tower is going up to the southwest, facing The Modern to the east.
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Revision as of 01:45, 18 May 2022

The corner of the Kormann House that faces the intersection has a distinctive notch cut out of it.

The Kormann Hotel was a 3 storey brick building built on the southwest corner of Sherbourne and Queen streets. It was built in 1897, and was considered luxurious, when built.

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