The home of Regis College, The Jesuit College at the University of Toronto.
The Christie Mansion was the home of biscuit baker William M. Christie of Christie, Brown and Company. Reconstructed c1910 for son Robert J. Christie, the Christie Mansion is a beautiful example of the late Victorian style set prominently amongst other houses of that era along Queen’s Park Crescent in Toronto.
The mansion’s exterior features a porte-cochere and crow-stepped parapet gables. The interior is dominated by the grand spiral staircase (reflected in the new Atrium entrance on Wellesley Street West) that runs from the basement to the third floor and is capped with a magnificent oculus illuminating through the heart of the mansion.
The main floor features the following original function rooms all available for your meetings, special occasions, and events. These principal rooms are also available for films, commercials, and photo shoots. Adjacent catering servery available.
A facility tour is available by appointment only. For further information, please download a copy of the brochure below, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.