There is probably no better example of Ottawa’s Mid-Century Modern Commercial architecture still in its original state than the Civic Pharmacy building at the corner of Holland and Carling. Looking like a scene from from the hit series “MadMen”, this iconic piece of Ottawa’s history has been a coveted piece of our past since it opened in 1960. Now up for sale at a cool $3.36 Million, this well preserved example of Ottawa’s mid-century heritage is now available to someone who will hopefully maintain this shining example of a much overlooked heritage building.
A photo of the Cvic Pharmacy building as it appeared when it opened in 1960. (Ottawa Citizen)
The Civic Pharmacy Building officially opened with much fanfare on September 17 1960, with most of Ottawa remembering it for its unique multi-coloured “Googie” inspired signage affixed to its corner. “Googie” is a style of architecture that is very…
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