The original building was named Victoria Jubilee Hall, opened in 1899. It is located adjacent to Westmount Public Library on the western corner of Westmount Park. The building designed by Architect Robert Findlay was designed after public concern for the need of a Community Centre. The original building, was destroyed by a fire in 1924.
The present building opened in 1925, designed by Alexander Cowper Hutchison & George W. Wood in Neo-Tudor Revival style of sandstone with Gothic details.
In 1998, the building was restored by Architectural Firm, Fournier, Gersovitz & Moss, with an addition of an elevator and creation of a gallery.
The building is now used by the Community Events Division of the City of Westmount and for co-ordinating the Public Art Gallery.
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