Toronto CBD, many classic and beautiful bank towers, including offices, I prefer Toronto to New York because the city centre is more compact and tidy, as well as modern towers are very similar, Mies pioneered a modern architectural style of simplicity! ___________ Less is More!
Toronto Dominican Center is located in Toronto's financial district, is the headquarters of Canada's famous Dominican Bank. It is also one of the most dazzling buildings in the region, the golden glass exterior wall, shining in the sun, very conspicuous. There are so many people entering and leaving the building every day that it is absolutely one of the landmarks of Toronto's modernization.
Get out of the Union Metro Station and into the lower floor of Toronto's Domingo Center. This is part of PATH. Before 8:00 a.m., countless big stores and small shops have opened. The Toronto Domingo Center (TD Bank) on the ground is very large, which is divided into East Tower, West Tower and other parts.
The striking TD Bank, what a strange building, here is Deloitte Accounting Firm! Everywhere are banks and four big firms! It's all money's fault!
In terms of total market capital, it is Canada's third largest chartered bank. It ranks 404 in the 2012 Fortune 500 list.
This building overlooks the city of Toronto and has a good view.
Novelty-designed landmark buildings are worth visiting
Have a meal upstairs in the famous canoe. Look at the city view. It's TD tower on the left and CN tower and Huxin Island on the right.
It's also a central area. It's worth visiting and browsing here.