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CIBC Square

Phase1: 2020 / Phase 2: 2023 , Toronto, Ontario
Design Architect: Wilkinson Eyre Architects (WEA)
Client: Ivanhoé Cambridge / Hines
Categories: Commercial | High-Rise Master Planning Mixed-Use
About project
About project

An iconic forward-thinking development located in the heart of the Union Station Heritage Conservation District

Sited on a three million square foot campus, the project includes two high-rise commercial towers that will provide more than three million square feet of premium office space, amenity and support areas. The exterior facade of the tower is composed with prismatic diamond-shaped motifs with multi-storey backlit lanterns at the tower top that is destined to make a dramatic impact on the Toronto skyline.

The first phase of the development, now underway, is comprised of a 50-storey building containing a 1.6 million square foot office tower and podium featuring a dramatic multi-storey office entrance lobby on Bay Street, with 3 levels of below-grade parking — connected to Toronto’s underground PATH network. Housed within the podium is a new Metrolinx GO Bus Terminal which capitalizes on its proximity to Union Station and the Gardiner Expressway with future connections to the Waterfront LRT and TTC to create a larger, more efficient Transit Hub for the City. An elevated Sky Park will connect the two towers.

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Design Architect: Wilkinson Eyre Architects (WEA)
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates Architects
Client: Ivanhoé Cambridge / Hines
Size: Phase 1: 1,600,000 sf / 148,640 sm Phase 2: 1,600,000 sf / 148,640 sm
Program:
Office High-Rise icon
Office High-Rise
Transit (Bus) Terminal icon
Transit (Bus) Terminal
Collaborative Meeting Areas icon
Collaborative Meeting Areas
Food Hall icon
Food Hall
PATH Connections icon
PATH Connections
Elevated Sky Park icon
Elevated Sky Park
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Restaurant
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Fitness
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Bicycle Storage
LEED® Platinum Target, WELL® Target icon
LEED® Platinum Target, WELL® Target
Completion: Phase1: 2020 / Phase 2: 2023