Toronto Dominion Centre
King St & Bay Streets
Ontario M5K 1A1
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Building names(s): Toronto Dominion Centre / TD Centre
Architect/Designer: Mies van der Rohe
Completion date: 1967-1991
function(s): commercial, tower
getting there: The Toronto-Dominion Centre is located in the heart of the Central Business District of Toronto, at the southwest corner of King and Bay Streets. The area occupies an entire city block, with Wellington Street to the south, York Street to the West, Bay Street to the East and King Street to the north.
Public Transport: The closest subway stops are St. Andrew located at University and King, or King station located at King and Yonge. There is access to the PATH system through these stations. From the TTC or GO Transit, exit north from Union Station, via the Royal Bank Plaza using the PATH system.