Globe and Mail Centre

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Looking east toward the new Globe and Mail Centre

The Globe and Mail Centre is a 17-storey building, on King Street East, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that houses the offices of The Globe and Mail newspaper, and other tenants.[1] The building is adjacent to the former offices of rival newspaper the Toronto Sun, towering over it. Archeologists were allowed to excavate the foundations of Berkeley House, which were uncovered while removing a parking lot in preparation for digging foundations for the new building.[2][3]

The building was complete enough for some tenants to move in during 2016.[4]


The building has a four-storey podium, sitting on top of multiple storeys of subterranean parking. An additional thirteen storeys of offices occupy a tower; the ground floor houses multiple small shops.

The building has a "green roof".


  1. ^ Tara Perkins (2013-09-18). "Globe and Mail to be lead tenant of new Toronto office tower". The Globe and Mail. Archived from the original on 2017-06-06. Retrieved 2014-06-29.
  2. ^ John Allemang (2013-10-07). "Archeologists find link to 200-year-old scandal under new Globe home". The Globe and Mail. Archived from the original on 2017-06-06. Retrieved 2017-06-05. Make that resurface. An archeological dig on the site of The Globe and Mail’s new headquarters in the oldest part of Toronto has revealed the remains of Berkeley House – home to a man who killed the attorney-general of Upper Canada in a duel fought over gossip his wife slept around.
  3. ^ Chris Bateman (2013-09-30). "Globe and Mail development reveals lost Toronto mansion". Blog TO. Archived from the original on 2015-09-20. Retrieved 2017-06-05. Workers surveying the ground for what will become the new King Street East offices of the Globe and Mail unearthed brick foundations and a handful of tantalizing artifacts from a long lost Toronto house last week.
  4. ^ "In Pictures: Ground is broken for the Globe and Mails new Toronto headquarters". The Globe and Mail. 2013-10-30. Archived from the original on 2013-10-31. Retrieved 2017-06-06. Councillor Pam McConnell, who represents the area, noted that the new Globe site is steps away from George Brown College’s main campus. Mr. Brown founded The Globe newspaper, which eventually became The Globe and Mail.

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Coordinates: 43°39′05″N 79°21′52″W / 43.65149°N 79.36444°W / 43.65149; -79.36444