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Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place)
Formerly known as BCE Place, this $1.2 billion development occupies an entire city block in downtown Toronto. It includes the 51-storey TD Canada Trust Tower, 47-storey Bay-Wellington Tower and several historically-designated buildings which have been retained and incorporated. Linking the two tower lobbies and the enclosed courtyard behind the heritage structures is the Allen Lambert Galleria (design architect is Santiago Calatrava) and Sam Pollock Square, two of Toronto's most powerful urban spaces.The Garden Court was designed by B+H and landscape elements were provided by Scott Burton (winner of the Public Art Competition). Below street level, a major retail concourse connects to Union Station and the underground pedestria...