THE CDN. IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE IS RESHAPING TORONTO’S SKYLINE WITH ITS CIBC SQUARE

There’ll be two towers, each one Class AAA, in the heart of TORONTO’s financial district. All things considered, it will be the last remaining office development with a renowned Bay Street address, thanks to Ivanhoé Cambridge. Following an international competition, CIBC Square is being created by British architects WilkinsonEyre and TORONTO’s Adamson Associates Architects. The complex will feature two elegant glass buildings – 81 Bay Street (2020) and 141 Bay (2023) connected by an elevated one-acre park over the rail corridor. Ivanhoé Cambridge and its partner, Hines, have an agreement with METROLINX, the city’s public transit agency, to build a suburban GO terminal at the first building. This will connect with the underground PATH network, Union RR Station, subway and buses, intercity VIA, and the UP Airport Express.Microsoft’s Canadian Headquarters will be one of the tenants, as well as CIBC itself. The project is already pre-certified WiredScore Platinum and is also targeting LEED® Platinum and WELL® accreditations. <PHOTOS & RENDERINGS – Ivanhoé Cambridge>

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