Former Kodak building used for Crosstown Mount Dennis Station
This building says volumes about the past – the former Kodak building. Let’s walk outside and in.
Sep 3, 2021
Sep 3, 2021
It seems fitting when Metrolinx News can show you new photos of work on Toronto’s iconic Kodak Building 9.
After all, the structure, built in 1939, was created because photography was expanding to the masses.
The structure has been preserved and will be part of Mount Dennis Station on Toronto’s Eglinton Crosstown’s light rail transit (LRT) line. As part of saving that history, in 2016 the building – all 3,000 tonnes – was moved about 200 feet from its original location, before being returned to its home spot.
As you can tell from new photos of work done by constructor, Crosslinx Transit Solutions, it will be the centerpiece for Mount Dennis Station.
Located at the intersection of Weston Road and Eglinton Avenue West, Mount Dennis Station will be a mobility hub, connecting passengers to GO Transit’s Kitchener Line, UP Express and the TTC.
We’re updating information screens across the GO & UP network to make taking transit even easier.
Newly released video highlights the recent transit building progress made across the region.
Transit staff bring diverse experiences to work in the name of helping customers & communities.
Daily direct departures from Toronto to Niagara Falls continue seven days a week throughout winter.