Who used to live in this house from 1968 to 1997?
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Answer: It was the home of the Goethe-Institut Toronto for several decades.
This house on Yonge Street, near the Rosedale subway station, was known to many people as the “Goethe house.” There was an event hall, a library, and several offices as well as five classrooms in which German was taught. As is often the case in the history of an organization, there was a desire for modernization. This meant relocating the Goethe-Institut Toronto into a modern office building in downtown Toronto in 1997 right between the financial and the entertainment district. Today, modern and welcoming rooms on the 2nd floor invite Canadians to learn German and to visit the library.