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DESIGN & HISTORY

Six Magnificent Towers. One Great Place to Work.
Located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district, Toronto-Dominion Centre says to your clients, employees and to the marketplace that you have arrived.
It also says a lot about how you view the future and your place in it.

Canada’s largest and most dynamic business community.

Changing the Face of Canadian Business

The Toronto-Dominion Centre complex introduced the modern workplace to Canadian business, redefining design and operational standards and, today, continues to be a major driving force in the industry, evolving to meet the changing priorities of the modern, global organization.
1960: The corner of King and Bay Streets before TD Centre.
1962: Toronto’s downtown was a collection of old-generation buildings.
1964: The vision for a new downtown begins to take shape.

“Less Is More.”

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
March 27, 1886, Aachen – August 17, 1969, Chicago

A Modern Visionary

The opening of TD Bank Tower in 1967 introduced Canadian business to a bold new standard in building design and performance. With open, flexible spaces, optimal planning dimensions and natural light from floor to ceiling windows, the workplace was transformed – design standards that remain the pinnacle of architectural design today. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, born in the 19th century, applied his uncommon brilliance and understanding of business to set new benchmarks for design that will stand for generations.

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Connected to 30 km PATH system