Take me home
Hubbard Blvd., near Queen St. E. and Woodbine Ave, was named for Frederick Hubbard, Hubbard, who lived from 1878 to 1953, was general manager of the Scarboro Beach Amusement Park and son of William Peyton Hubbard, Toronto’s first black alderman,
15 Hubbard was built in 1929, this Art Deco masterpiece with its stained glass was originally named the Hubbard Court Apartments. The architecture of this waterfront building was of such significance that the city of Toronto designated this building as heritage and it cannot be demolished. This charming building was renamed the Ella Kaye in 2010 in honour of the athletic achievements of the owners daughter.