Yonge-St. Clair

The Place:

 

 A light-filled new loft in a solid old office tower.

 

The History

 

When Imperial Oil commissioned its headquarters in 1957, the Cold War was at its coldest. The era’s constant bomb anxiety may be why this entire 22-storey office tower is framed with extra-sturdy welded steel. The company also spared no expense on the limestone-clad exterior and marble-lined lobby,  Inside the unit, a 16-foot wall of windows is all that remains of the old cafeteria that once took up the ninth floor.

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