TD Canada Trust Tower
The TD Canada Trust Tower is the foremost office tower in Canada and the country’s pre-eminent business address. Comprising over 1.14 million square feet of 'AAA' office space in the Brookfield Place Complex, 161 Bay Street is located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial Core at the corner of Bay and Front Street. It is directly connected to Union Station and the underground PATH network and is within close proximity to the city’s main highways; the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway. 161 Bay Street is also minutes away from Toronto’s downtown Billy Bishop International Airport and Toronto’s premier sports and entertainment facility, the Air Canada Centre. The building’s formidable architectural aspects and location attract top-tier tenants that occupy the country’s highest quality, core office space. The Complex is comprised of two office towers totaling over 2.4 million square feet, two smaller heritage office buildings, ground floor and concourse-level retail, a large concourse-level food court, a four-level parking garage and an outdoor public space, all connected via the spectacular Allan Lambert Galleria.
Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and B+H Architects, 161 Bay Street and was constructed in 1990 and is a sophisticated combination of modern architecture and Toronto heritage with features such as restored 19th century facades and the Santiago Calatrava designed Allan Lambert Galleria. This iconic six-storey pedestrian walkway was the result of an international competition.
161 Bay was certified LEED Gold EB:O&M in August 2012.