Explore the Smith Robinson Building

Businesses

A directory listing of the businesses residing within the building.

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History

A history of the building from the purchasing of the land to today.

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Visitors

Directions on how to find the building for visitors to Kingston.

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Inquiries

Contact information for inquiries about leasing and more.

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Why the Smith-Robinson Building?

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What makes the S&R building stand out?

  • Down the street from the Wolfe Island Ferry
  • Across the street from Kingston's own K-Rock Centre
  • Completely renovated and restored in 2011
  • Home to one of the most beautiful Milestones restaurants
  • Iconic land mark made possible by the same architect responsible for City Hall
  • The building stands proud at 180 plus years old!

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Smith Robinson Timeline

1811

lot was purchased for £400

1841

built by architect George Browne

1959

narrowly avoided demolition

2009

S&R closes its doors

Resident Businesses of the Smith Robinson Building

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  • HDR is a full service architecture, engineering and consulting firm with more than 185 offices throughout North America and abroad.
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    • Architects
  • Founded in 1944, Parsons, an engineering, construction, technical, and management services firm with revenues of $3.1 billion in 2014, is 100%
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    • Engineering
  • Originally started in Houston, Texas in 1983, Marble Slab Creamery introduced the "frozen slab" ice cream concept to Canada in
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    • Parlour
  •  The loft hair studio is located on the first floor of the building. With lots of bright natural light and
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    • Beauty
  • We have a thing for stories. We tell ours through our fresh ingredients and our passion for the plate. Twenty-five
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    • Dining
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