The 10 Tallest Buildings in Toronto by 2025

Monday Apr 13th, 2015

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THE 10 TALLEST BUILDINGS IN TORONTO BY 2025 There was a time when the Royal York Hotel was the tallest building in Toronto. At 134 metres from the sidewalk to the tip of its Chateau-style roof, the grand railway hotel ruled downtown, "a mountain over city and lake," for two years before completion of Commerce Court at Bay and King. Eighty years later, it's hard to spot the venerable old Royal York among the downtown office buildings. For buildings, being tall doesn't... [read more]

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