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Cadillac Fairview adds energy efficient office tower to Toronto’s skyline

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June 13, 2018 by Jillian Morgan

Cadillac fairview front street office tower

A rendering of the soon-to-be constructed tower. (PHOTO: CNW Group/Cadillac Fairview Corporation)

TORONTO—A 46-storey office tower will be constructed in Toronto’s downtown. Slated to open in the fall of 2022, the $800 million building is Cadillac Fairview’s latest project in the city.

The tower will be designed to achieve LEED Platinum and WELL Building Standard certifications. Once in operation, it will be subject to Cadillac Fairview’s sustainability program, Green at Work.

Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, in collaboration with B+H Architects as the Architect of Record, will design the tower, to be the new head office for the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.

Located at 160 Front Street West, on the northeast corner of Front Street and Simcoe Street, the building will include 1.2 million square feet of office space, 339 parking stalls and 12,290 square feet of retail space.

Cadillac Fairview currently has $1.5 billion worth of major office projects under development, including three other projects in Toronto and a redevelopment project in Moncton, N.B.