BCE Place - BCE Place information and pictures

BCE Place is a complex of 2 office towers build in 1990-92, restaurants, shops and cafes. Comparing to the classic TD Centre the architecture is more contemporary and was designed by Bregman and Hamann Architects.

The Bay Wellington Tower was built in 1992 and has 47 floors and TD Canada Trust Tower was built in 1990 and has 51 floors. Between the towers is the award-winning Allen Lambert Galleria which is six storey pedestrian through street. It is a jewel of light and glass and the steel support columns curve into parabolic shapes and seem to resemble tree branches.

Interesting fact is that 12 historic buildings are incorporated into the complex and one of them is the old Bank of Montreal building which is now the Toronto’s Hockey Hall of Fame, (a must see for any hockey fan). The tower is also connected to the underground PATH System.

As a visitor you may enjoy the numerous retail shops and the famous Richtree Market / Le Marche restaurant located in the BCE building.

Where is BCE Place: 161-181 Bay Street

How to get to BCE Place: Subway Yonge-University-Spadina line to Union Station.
BCE Place Toronto
BCE Place, Toronto

TD Canada Trust Tower Toronto
TD Canada Trust Tower, Toronto

Allen Lambert Galleria BCE Place Toronto
Allen Lambert Galleria, BCE Place, Toronto

Hockey Hall of Fame Toronto
Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

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