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Heritage | Atlantic Canada

St. Dunstan’s Rectory

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

St. Dunstan’s Rectory is a large, stone Italianate and Gothic Revival-influenced building which was originally designed by John Corbett in the late-1800s. The rectory originally housed the St. Dunstan’s parish priests and would later provide administrative and classroom spaces for St. Dunstan’s University.

The building was renovated to house active and retired parish priests, administrative offices for the university and parish as well as additional meeting rooms, lecture halls and public office spaces. The building’s outdated mechanical and electrical systems were up-graded with energy-efficient heating systems, eco-friendly insulation and thermal-pane windows throughout.