10 Tallest Building in Canada 2018

10 Tallest Building in Canada
10 Tallest Building in Canada

Since early 2017 we have been seeing skyscraper buildings popping up everywhere in the largest canadian cities

Buildings are ranked according to their height to architectural top, as provided by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

All sources are up to date as of April 2013. To qualify for this table, a building must be quoted by a reliable source as having an official height of more than 150 meters.

This list does not include towers, including the CN Tower in Toronto, as they are not technically considered to be a building.

Here are the 10 Tallest Building in Canada 2018

 

1. First Canadian Place

First Canadian Place
First Canadian Place

First Canadian Place (originally First Bank Building) is a skyscraper in the Financial District of Toronto, Ontario, at the northwest corner of King and Bay streets, and serves as the global operational headquarters of the Bank of Montreal.

Height:  298.1 m (978 ft)
Floors: 72
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Completion: 1975

 

2. The Adelaide Hotel Toronto

The Adelaide Hotel Toronto
The Adelaide Hotel Toronto

The Adelaide Hotel Toronto is a mixed-use skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was built by Markham-based Talon International Development Inc., which is owned by Canadian businessmen Val Levitan and Alex Shnaider.

After it opened in 2012 as the Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto, the hotel was controversial for its affiliation with American then real estate developer Donald Trump,

Height: 276.9 m (908 ft)
Floors: 57
Location: Toronto
Completion: 2012

 

3. Scotia Plaza

Scotia Plaza- Toronto
Scotia Plaza- Toronto

Scotia Plaza is a commercial office complex in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is in the financial district of the downtown core bordered by Yonge Street on the east, King Street West on the south, Bay Street on the west, and Adelaide Street West on the north.

Height: 275 m (902 ft)
Floors: 68
Location: Toronto
Completion: 1988

 

4. Aura

Aura Toronto
Aura Toronto

The Aura is a mixed-use skyscraper completed in 2014. in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the final phase of a series of new condominiums near College Park in Toronto’s Downtown Yonge district. It is part of the Residences of College Park project.

Construction began in January 2010. At 78, it has more floors than any building in Canada. As of 2016, it is the 6th tallest residential building outside of Asia and the 23rd tallest residential building in the world.

Height:  271.9 m (892 ft)
Floors: 72
Location:  Toronto
Completion: 2014

 

5. Brookfield Place / TD Canada Trust Tower

TD Canada Trust Tower, Brookfield Place
TD Canada Trust Tower, Brookfield Place

Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place) is an office complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, comprising the 2.1 ha (5.2-acre) block bounded by Yonge Street, Wellington Street West, Bay Street, and Front Street.

The complex contains 242,000 m2 (2,604,866 sq ft) of office space and consists of two towers, Bay Wellington Tower and TD Canada Trust Tower

Height: 260.9 m (856 ft)
Floors: 53
Location: Toronto
Completion: 1990

 

6. Number One Bloor

Number One Bloor
Number One Bloor

One Bloor, previously One Bloor East and Number One Bloor, is a mixed-use skyscraper under construction at the intersection of Bloor Street and Yonge Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The project was initially launched by developer Bazis International Inc. in 2007, before being canceled and re-developed under developer Great Gulf Homes.

The two-story buildings located on the site were demolished in December 2008. The 75-story tower topped out in late 2015.

Height: 257.3 m (844 ft)
Floors: 75
Location: Toronto
Completion: 2015

 

7. Stantec Tower

Stantec Tower Edmonton
Stantec Tower Edmonton

Stantec Tower is a mixed-use skyscraper currently under construction in the Ice District in downtown Edmonton, Alberta. The office area of the tower is expected to open in 2018, and the residential portion in 2019. Once completed it will become the tallest building in Edmonton,

Height: 250.8 m (823 ft)
Floors: 66
Location: Edmonton
Completion: 2018/2019

 

8. Brookfield Place East

Brookfield Place East
Brookfield Place East Calgary

Brookfield Place is a full-block commercial development located between 1st & 2nd Streets and 6th & 7th Avenues SW in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; consisting of 220,000 square meters (2.4 million square feet).

The 56 story and 247 meters tall tower in the northeast corner of the block is Calgary’s tallest building

Height: 247 m (810 ft)
Floors: 56
Location: Calgary
Completion: 2017

 

9. Commerce Court

Commerce Court
Commerce Court- Toronto

Commerce Court is a complex of four office buildings on King and Bay Streets in the financial district of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, The primary tenant is the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC).

The buildings are a mix of Art Deco, International, and early Modernism architectural styles.

Height: 239 m (784 ft)
Floors: 57
Location: Toronto
Completion: 1973

 

10. The Bow

The Bow in Calgary
The Bow in Calgary

The Bow is a 158,000-square-metre (1,700,000 sq ft) office building for the headquarters of Encana Corporation and Cenovus Energy, in downtown Calgary, Alberta.

The 236 meter (774 ft) building is currently the second tallest office tower in Calgary, since the construction of Brookfield Place; and the third tallest in Canada outside of Toronto

Height: 237.5 m (779 ft)
Floors: 57
Location: Calgary
Completion: 2012