THERE ARE REASONS FOR VISITING THE CIBC BUILDING AND SQUARE, DURING EARLY STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

CIBC SQUARE brings you an unparalleled experience in the centre of Toronto. CIBC Square (known during early stages of development as Bay Park Centre) is an office complex under construction in the South Core neighbourhood of Toronto. The complex, located on Bay Street south of Front Street, is a joint development of Ivanhoe Cambridge and Hines – and will become new global headquarters for the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) consolidating about 15,000 staff from several CIBC-buildings in Greater Toronto. The complex includes the Union Station Bus Terminal on behalf of Metrolinx for GO Transit and other bus services, connected directly to Union Station. The 2,900,000 square foot complex will consist of two towers. The South Tower (81 Bay Street) is now complete. It includes the Union Station Bus Terminal for regional GO Transit and inter-city bus services, replacing the former terminal on Bay Street. A pedestrian skybridge links the complex to the Scotiabank Arena and Union Station, expanding the PATH walkway system, south of the railway corridor to the One Yonge Street complex and other proposed developments farther east.