Jun. 17, 2017

"Take a look at this conceptual rendering of the proposed Bay Park Centre at 81 and 141 Bay Street - The proposed new buildings are adjacent to Union Station north of the railway lines, and Air Canada Centre south of the lines - I don't recall anything in the blogTO article "http://www.blogto.com/city/2017/04/cibc-moving-its-toronto-headquarters-south-core/" about it, but do you think the developer is going to build a complex like this without directly connecting them over top of the tracks? - Take a close look at the image - You can see a park or plaza connecting the north and south towers over top of the tracks" - Phil Prentice - Jun 16'17

Mar. 14, 2017

image via Cresford Developments

Mar. 11, 2017

urbantoronto.ca - March 7, 2017 7:02 pm | by Stefan Novakovic

Dec. 9, 2016

Amy Grief - Posted on August 17, 2015 - blogTO

Nov. 19, 2016

Adamson Associates Architects is the Executive Architect for the new Bay Park Centre, an iconic forward-thinking development located in the heart of the Union Station Heritage Conservation District in downtown Toronto. The project spans the Rail Corridor between Bay and Yonge Streets and includes two high-rise commercial towers which will provide approximately 3.2 million square feet of premium office space, retail, support areas, and 3 levels of below-grade parking — all connected to Toronto’s underground PATH network.

An elevated Sky-Park spanning over the rail corridor connects the two commercial towers and is a major amenity for both the occupants of the 81 Bay Street development, as well as a destination for the general public. The second tower incorporates a new Metrolinx GO Bus Terminal which capitalizes on its proximity to Union Station and the Gardiner Expressway with future connections to the East Bayfront LRT and TTC to create a larger, more efficient Transit Hub for the City.

Designed to meet LEED Platinum standards