First Canadian Place Rejuvenation

First Canadian Place Rejuvenation, image courtesy of Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties

Towering 72 floors above Toronto's Financial District, First Canadian Place has remained unrivalled as Canada's tallest business landmark since 1975.

Brookfield Properties, in partnership with its co-owners, is embarking on a multi-faceted rejuvenation project that will transform this classic corporate icon and redefine its position as the country's premier address for business and pleasure.

With a brilliant new white fritted glass exterior curtain wall, FCP will once again be a sleek and commanding silhouette on the city's skyline. The newly designed common areas will combine modern aesthetics with urban elegance. A new standard for sustainability and operational efficiency will be achieved with the introduction of the latest electrical and mechanical systems while providing the ultimate in comfort for discerning tenants.

FCP's tower will be completely re-clad with bright white laminated fritted glass and bronze glass corner panels creating a glimmering new architectural identity. By utilizing 8'x10' white glass panels, coupled with 4' X 7' bronze corner panels, the tower will gain a sleek and streamlined appearance as it rises into the sky.

The integration of white fritted glass into the complex's podium will make a fresh new visual statement greeting tenants and guests alike and improving the street level impact at one of downtown Toronto's most important intersections.

FCP lobbies will be transformed and provide a dramatic first impression fitting of this landmark property. The newly designed common areas will combine modern aesthetics with stately elegance. Fritted glass, brushed metal finishes on railings, ceiling accents and natural stone flooring with carpet insets will infuse a clean and contemporary new look. FCP office lobbies will receive new ceiling treatments, flooring and lighting that will provide overall integration with other areas of the complex.

Lobby staircases will be redesigned to be lighter in scale, offer enhanced natural lighting and improved circulation. Low profile planters and a unique water feature will bring tranquility to the new common areas of FCP.

With FCP's Master Design Plan as the guiding principle, the building's 200,000 sq. ft. retail concourse will be rejuvenated with inspired contemporary design providing a vibrant backdrop for the complex's 120 stores and services.

New iconic national retail brands, restaurants and many sought after uses will come together to solidify FCP as "the" retail destination in Toronto's Financial District offering unparalleled selection and convenience.

FCP's Market Place will be completely transformed with Longo's as the market's newest food anchor. Combined with other operators, the Market Place will provide the utmost in culinary choice to tempt every palate.

First Canadian Place

First Canadian Place (FCP) is an impressive 72-storey office and shopping complex located in the heart of Toronto's business district. The building houses 10,000 office employees and records a daily pedestrian traffic of 84,000 people.

FCP serves as a modern day town square for Toronto's downtown business community. It offers the ideal venue for people to mix business with pleasure.

First Canadian Place Key Features

  • 120 stores in three levels of Carrera marble6 sit-down restaurants with award-winning wine lists
  • over 30 Food Court and Market Place eateries
  • licensed patios and a landscaped parkette
  • medical centre, optometrist office and dental clinics
  • full-service spas, beauty salons, barber shop
  • banking and financial planning services
  • dry cleaning and shoe repair
  • post office and courier services

Project information

100 King Street West, Toronto
EllisDon
WSP
Office, Retail
Complete
2012
1
978 ft
72
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  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties
  • First Canadian Place Renovation Toronto by Brookfield Properties