Land Titles Building (Saskatoon)

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Land Titles Building
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Land Titles Building
General information
Architectural style Romanesque Revival
Town or city Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Country Canada
Construction started 1909
Completed 1910
Client Province of Saskatchewan
Design and construction
Architect Storey and Van Egmond
Official name Saskatoon Land Titles Building
Type Provincial Heritage Property
Designated March 18, 1985[1]

The Land Titles Building is located at 311 21st Street East in the Central Business District of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The architectural firm of Storey and Van Egmond designed the building in the Romanesque Revival style. The building was constructed by Smith Brothers and Wilson in 1909. Additional expansions were done between 1910 and 1912. The building housed the land title office until 1959 when the office was transferred to the Law Courts Building. The provincial government stopped using the building when it was sold in 1994.[2] The building now houses the law offices of Brayford and Shapiro.[3]

The building was designated a Provincial Heritage Property in 1985.[4]

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Coordinates: 52°07′35″N 106°39′44″W / 52.1265°N 106.6621°W / 52.1265; -106.6621