At this intersection, Rosalie Street and Carter Avenue begin to diverge, creating at first what are a bunch of triangular and then trapezoidal blocks. Builders didn’t seem to have any problem with that, filling them with urban houses and apartment buildings.
The first building was converted into a church, in what looks to be the 1960s.
There are some beautiful apartment buildings, with their stained glass still intact.
We then reach Clay Avenue, where there is a one-way street to the east. Look at how the house below works in relation to both elevations on the south and east.