Bay Park Centre

Looking east at the 81 and 141 Bay Redevelopment, image courtesy of Ivanhoé Cambridge
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre Redevelopment by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre Redevelopment by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Wilkinson Eyre, Toronto
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre Toronto, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects for Hines
  • Bay Park Centre office tower Toronto by Ivanhoé Cambridge
  • Bay Park Centre office tower Toronto by Ivanhoé Cambridge
  • Bay Park Centre office tower Toronto by Ivanhoé Cambridge

Proposed multi-phase office and retail development at 81 and 141 Bay Street by Hines on a site owned by SITq real estate arm Ivanhoé Cambridge.

Hines serves as development manager for phase 1 at 81 Bay, a 49-storey, 1,300,000-square-foot office tower, and phase 2 at 141 bay, a 54-storey, 1,400,000-sqaure-foot office tower. The project will also include a retail podium and a three-story, below-grade parking garage, and bus terminal at street level, all designed by WilkinsonEyre Architects of London England, working with Adamson Associates Architects of Toronto. An elevated park will bridge over the rail corridor which separates phase 1 and 2, connecting them.

The eight-acre site is located on the south edge of Downtown Toronto across the street from Union Station and the Air Canada Centre, home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors.

Project information

45 Bay Street, Toronto
Office, Public Space, Retail
Pre-Construction
2018
868 ft, 780 ft
54, 49
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