Toronto-Dominion Centre

Toronto, Canada

4,828,180 ft² | 451,630 m²
1967 - present
Cadillac Fairview Corporation and Toronto-Dominion Bank

Architects – Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, Royal Trust Tower, Commercial Union Tower (now called Canadian Pacific Tower) and Banking Hall: Bregman + Hamann Architects and John B. Parkin Associates (in joint venture) Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – Design Consultant Architects – IBM Tower (now called TD Waterhouse Tower): Bregman + Hamann Architects Architects - Ernst & Young Tower: Bregman + Hamann Architects and Scott Associates (in joint venture)

 

Located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, the Toronto Dominion Centre symbolized Toronto’s emergence as a major city and established a new standard for office buildings in Canada. The Centre launched in 1967 with the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with B+H as Architect of Record in Joint Venture with John B. Parkin and Associates. 

B+H was also the Architect or Joint-Venture Architect for the Banking Pavilion, the Royal Trust Tower, the Canadian Pacific Tower, the Maritime Life Tower, and the Ernst & Young Tower. The Toronto Dominion Centre received the 25-Year Award from the Ontario Association of Architects in 2003, an Office Building of the Year Award (for a project over 1,000,000 sq.ft.) from the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and is one of the only modernist buildings to receive Ontario Heritage Act designation.


 

LEED Gold EB: O&M certified

Awards

Ontario Association of Architects
25 Year Award
The Office Building of the Year Award (for a project over 1,000,000 sq.ft.)
Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Canada