For over a century, the King George School building on 400 Park Avenue has given a great deal to the community of Newmarket—as an educational centre, cultural hub and historic landmark. Designed by O. E. Trench and built by local contractor McIntosh, the structure is a well preserved example of early 20th century architecture, and one of Downtown Newmarket’s historically significant buildings.
Today we celebrate the legacy of ‘the building that keeps giving.’ Generations enriched their minds and bettered themselves within its walls, a community grew beyond those walls, and a neighbourhood matured around its foundations. Now, King George alumni, neighbourhood residents, and the whole community are about to witness the rebirth of this Downtown Newmarket icon.
The Rose Corporation is committed to giving back to the King George School building with a long-deserved restoration. More than just preserving a building, the King George School Lofts & Town Homes will revitalize a legacy of community-giving: now with lofts instead of classrooms and residences instead of playgrounds. A renewed heritage for a new generation of Newmarket residents.
There was a time when integrity simply meant “no compromise.” This principle is at the heart of the King George School Lofts & Town Homes. Experience living inside a century old foundation of uncompromising quality, attention to detail, and substantive purpose.
You’re invited to join the revitalization of a Newmarket icon.
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