Construction on Cadillac Fairview’s 160 Front Street West office tower is officially underway. Last week, CF announced the completion of leasing for its new development.
“Closing out our leasing efforts with our long-standing partner, TD, is a significant occasion for our two companies,” said Wayne Barwise, executive vice-president, development, Cadillac Fairview. “Together, in 1967 CF and TD took a bet on the Toronto skyline with the opening of Toronto-Dominion Centre, forever changing the intersection of King and Bay Streets. I’m thrilled that over 50 years later we continue to collaborate, grow and innovate together.”
TD Bank Group will occupy 840,000 square feet across 33 floors of the 46-storey tower, joining the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan as major tenants of the building.
Designed by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, in collaboration with B+H Architects, the development features 1.2m square feet of office space, 339 parking stalls, 12,290 square feet of retail space and is slated to open in the fall of 2022.
Photo Courtesy of Cadillac Fairview.
(Left to right: Norie Campbell, Group Head, Customer & Colleague Experience, TD Bank Group, Ron Mock, President & CEO, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Rosemarie McClean, Chief Operating Officer, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, John Sullivan, President & CEO, Cadillac Fairview, Bert Clark, President & CEO, IMCO, Bharat Masrani, CEO, TD Bank Group, Mayor John Tory, Wayne Barwise, EVP, Development, Cadillac Fairview)