Toronto Could Get A New 60-Storey, Dominant Fixture On Its Skyline
Written By STOREYS Editorial Team
Lobby View From Corner of Bay Street and Harbour Street: Oxford Properties chooses UK-based architects Rogers Strik Harbour + Partners to design the HUB, a new 1.4-million square foot commercial tower at 30 Bay Street that will be a dominant new fixture on Toronto?s skyline. (Courtesy of CNW Group/Oxford Properties)
Toronto’s skyline may soon have to be renamed, Toronto‘s spaceline — because a new proposed building would almost be out of this world.
“The HUB” would be a commercial tower at Bay and Habour — and stand 60-storeys. That is not a typo. It would be 1.4 million square feet. No typos there either.
Oxford Properties, the developer, says the building will “be a dominant fixture on Toronto’s skyline.”
Aerial View: The HUB, a new 1.4-million square foot commercial tower at 30 Bay Street that will be a dominant new fixture on Toronto?s skyline. UK-based architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners was chosen by Oxford Properties to design the striking new structure, which will incorporate the historic Harbour Commission Building. (Courtesy of CNW Group/Oxford Properties)
So, while life on Mars may not be entirely possible for humans just yet, life on “The HUB” will be pretty darn close.