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Brookfield Place

161 - 181 Bay St
Toronto, ON  M5J 2T3

(416) 777-6480

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January 29, 2010

This Toronto landmark includes two stunning office towers on Toronto's oldest intact streetscape and the award-winning Allen Lambert Galleria - a six storey pedestrian thoroughfare resplendent in light and glass with over 50 shops & restaurants. Located in the financial district, it is home to the city's top financial, commercial and legal firms, as well as the Hockey Hall of Fame.

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4 star rating
Best Modern Architecture in Toronto
July 13, 2014

Majestic, spatially brilliant, a crystal cathedral of commerce. This white towering space, with tree-like columns, diffuses light like a block-long urban forest. Spanish architect and engineer Santiago Calatrava won an international competition for this combination of architecture/ public art. Adding richness, facades of historic 1880/ 1890 buildings are part of the atruium---one housing the... more

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Stop and look up
March 12, 2013

The Calatrava arcade is a masterpiece but it is a bit lost in the workaday environment of two indifferent office towers. The most prominent impression you get in the place is rush and stress.

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The spectacular galleria is a must see
January 13, 2013

From the outside BCE Place (also called Brookfield Place) looks like just another large, uninspiring office complex. However, the inside reveals a completely different side. The two towers are connected by a spectacular, soaring six storey high galleria which stretches for about 100 yards. Apparently the design was inspired by Milan's famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
BCE Place includes... more

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March 29, 2013

Located at Bay and Wellington, this building comprises a complete city block. Above ground it consists of two gigantic office buildings: the 51-storey Canada Trust Tower and its little brother, the 47-storey Bay-Wellington Tower, connected by the Galleria. At the Yonge and Front corner stands a shrine to hockey past and present, the Hockey Hall of Fame. The back exit from the Hall leads into... more

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October 16, 2010

Located at Bay and Wellington, Brookfield Place comprises a complete city block. Above ground it consists of two gigantic office buildings: the 51-storey Canada Trust Tower and its little brother, the 47-storey Bay-Wellington Tower, connected by the Galleria. At the Yonge and Front corner stands a shrine to hockey past and present, the Hockey Hall of Fame. The back exit from the Hall leads into... more

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July 11, 2010

Brookfield Place is a 2.6 million square foot complex that fosters business and commerce, and is visited by more than 1 million people each year. Located in Toronto’s financial core, the building is home to both financial and legal firms. Conceived by Spanish designer/architect/engineer Santiago Calatrava, the Allen Lambert Galleria is a six-storey pedestrian avenue that integrates the two... more

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