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Rogers Stirk Harbour unveils Toronto tower

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Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has unveiled its competition-winning design for a 60-storey office tower in Toronto

The Hub, for Oxford Properties, will create 130,000m2 of office space on Bay Street, close to Union Station.

The practice said a ‘unique and innovative structure’ would allow its tower to hover above the Toronto Harbour Commission Building.

Senior partner Graham Stirk said: ‘We are excited to have this opportunity to design a landmark building for Toronto’s skyline.

‘Our design brings together many key elements of our work, including structural steelwork, transparency, and connectivity to the urban fabric around it, to form an office in harmony with its surroundings.’

Partner Richard Paul added: ‘The 30 Bay Street site provides an excellent opportunity to continue strengthening the urban linkage and public realm between the downtown core and the waterfront.’

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners' The Hub in Toronto

 

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