Canada Square Complex

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A portion of the Canada Square complex

Canada Square is a complex of three interconnected office buildings located at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, including a small shopping concourse and a multiplex cinema. The two main towers are examples of International Style.

The complex's largest tenant is Canadian Tire, which has its corporate offices in two of the buildings (it is not a retail location).

Buildings[edit]

2200 Yonge Street[edit]

2200 Yonge Street
Alternative namesFoundation House
General information
TypeCommercial offices
LocationToronto, Ontario
Completed1962
Height
Top floor17
Technical details
Floor count17
Floor area259,397 square feet (24,099 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectKenneth R. Cooper

2200 Yonge Street is located directly above the Toronto Transit Commission's Eglinton station and has connecting passages to the station as well as to the Yonge Eglinton Centre across the street. The YMCA of Greater Toronto and UNICEF Canada are also headquartered there.

2190 Yonge Street[edit]

2190 Yonge Street was built in 1987 with 6 floors and 151,021 square feet (14,030 m2) of space.

Major tenants:

2180 Yonge Street[edit]

2180 Yonge Street
Alternative namesCanadian Tire Building
General information
TypeCommercial offices
LocationToronto, Ontario
Completed1972
Height
Top floor18
Technical details
Floor count18
Floor area402,277 square feet (37,373 m2)
Design and construction
ArchitectKenneth R. Cooper

2180 Yonge's major tenants include:

Coordinates: 43°42′26″N 79°23′57″W / 43.707245°N 79.39903°W / 43.707245; -79.39903