A landmark ahead of its time and at the core of where business lives.
Matte black finish over a steel and glass curtain wall, it is an unmistakable part of the Toronto-Dominion Centre.
Class A office tower anchoring the east portion of the Toronto-Dominion Centre
Completed in 1992
When the final black tower of Toronto-Dominion Centre was built over the historic Toronto Stock Exchange, the vision was complete.
Conceived to reflect the Mesian aesthetic of striking minimalism and open, functional space, the new building also incorporated the historic art deco façade and trading floor of the Exchange into its final design. Linked to the TDC community above and below ground, 222 Bay represents the final piece of
Mies van der Rohe’s grand vision.
Total rentable area 487,000 sq. ft.
With a typical floor of 19,300 sq. ft., 222 Bay was designed with maximum planning efficiency in mind. Its functional core to glass distances, open spaces and practical planning modules allow organizations to design to their strengths and plan ahead for change and growth.
Full height windows and nine foot ceilings open floors to an abundance of natural light and a wide range of design options. Space is what you make it. At 222 Bay, the possibilities are endless.
Mechanical & Electrical
Modern Efficient Building Systems
Buildings require modern, adaptable systems to perform to their potential. 222 Bay, with its LEED Platinum certified systems, provides tenants with flexibility, efficiencies and control. Carma web-enabled power metering and Digital Building Control Systems allow tenants full control of their work environments. With over 60 HVAC zones per floor, 6 fresh air changes per hour and advanced Life Safety and Security systems, create your perfect environment at 222 Bay.