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45 Bay Street

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Location:
Toronto, ON
Building Structure Type:
Office Building; Retail/Shopping Centre
Owner/Developer:
Ivanhoe Cambridge; Hines
Architect:
Adamson Associates; Wilkinson Eyre
Number of Storeys:
48
Size:
2.7 million sq.ft.
Practice areas
RJC is provided structural engineering services for the 45 Bay Street Development, a massive project that transforms the land east of Union Station and the Air Canada Centre into a new mixed-use office and retail complex, while expanding the adjacent Union Station transportation hub. The overbuild structure is a 100m by 30m terraced park platform elevated over the existing Union Station Rail Corridor. The structure connects the development south of the rail corridor and the 141 Bay Street future development north of the corridor. The project is to be built to LEED® Platinum standards, and features include: a 2.7 million sq.ft, multi-phased, premium office complex with a seven-storey podium and three-level retail unit; a new GO Bus Terminal at the base of the office tower to reinforce Union Station’s transit-hub capabilities; and an elevated park above the rail corridor with new public green spaces.