The 500,000 square-foot Globe and Mail Centre is the home of Canada’s national newspaper and anchors the emerging St. Lawrence neighborhood as a hub of urban activity and corporate offices.
The tower occupies a block defined by King Street East, Front Street East, Berkeley and Princess Streets, with a public midblock connection between King and Front with retail amenities at grade level.
The 17-story building presents a sequential stacking of alternate-sized floor plates interlaid with terraces that give the structure a distinctive and contemporary profile. A high-performance building envelope and advanced glazing system supplies the building with daylighting deep into the core. Ten-foot-high windows offer views to the waterfront and city skyline.
Photo captured September 29, 2017 while on a sightseeing tour bus.
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