This was one of the first multi use complexes built in downtown Toronto, combining a fifty-one storey residential tower, and a nineteen storey office block, over a three level shopping centre, with a three level subgrade parking garage underlying the entire complex.Read more
The original centre, the structure of which was designed by this office, was built in 1964, and served the region from west Montreal to Cornwall so successfully that it was decided to add a second level in 1981.Read more
This shopping centre, in the core of London Ontario, occupies a site on the north and south sides of King Street.
The block on the north side of King Street is entirely new, and contains a three level subgrade reinforced concrete flat slab parking structure, below the two level north portion, of the shopping galleria, with its lineal skylight which is framed in structural steel.Read more
The original two level shopping centre was opened in 1965 with the mall extending between two anchor department stores.
In 1986, planning had begun to enlarge the mall by extending it into the former department stores, constructing a new two storey mall area, and a new food court and cinemas complex, all of which was enclosed by new skylights.Read more
This regional centre at Highway 427 and Rexdale Boulevard, in Etobicoke Ontario, was completed in 1985 as a completely new two level shopping centre including two major department stores, a major food store…Read more
A regional shopping centre at Highway 7 and Bathurst Street in the Town of Vaughan, north of Toronto, was completed in 1986, after having first been designed as a structural steel structure, which was subsequently changed to a reinforced concrete structural frame, to reduce the construction period by six months.Read more