Vanishing Rockland

Vanishing Rockland is all about disappearing – houses, trees, heritage.
Small homes built before 1960 are usually more affordable than the huge single-family houses that replace them when they are demolished. They aren’t always heritage houses; they aren’t necessarily head-turners. But they encourage diversity in the neighbourhood, and when they are increasingly being torn down, we need to act to prevent this irreversible loss to our neighbourhood.

1525 Shasta Place  > imminent demolition
1535 Despard (constructed in 1931) > gone

 

 

1356 Richardson (constructed in 1941) > gone
1597 Despard (constructed in 1945) > gone
1326 Richardson (constructed in 1890) > gone
1561 Despard (constructed in 1942) > gone

 

1548 Montgomery (constructed in 1957) > gone

 

1614 Warren Gardens (constructed in 1958) > gone
1059 Pentrelew (constructed in 1940) > gone

 

1029 Joan Crescent (constructed in 1957) > gone