1887, originally built as two separate two-storey buildings. West building accommodated I. G. Baker Company Store. East building accommodated the Bank of Montreal. 1891, The Hudson's Bay Company acquired the Calgary branch of the Baker Company and promptly sold the westerly building to the Imperial Bank of Canada. 1909-1911, Extensive renovations took place, when the frontier-style building was transformed to a neo-classical structure befitting a financial institution. 1902-1945, the law offices of Arthur Sifton, James Short and Charles Stuart occupied the second floor of the Imperial Bank. 1977, Designated a Provincial Historic Resource. The building has been the home to a number of tenants including: the Alberta Treasury Branches, the Calgary Housing Authority, the Alberta Historical Resources Foundation, and Catch Restaurant.