141 Bay Street

141 Bay Street

In pursuit of WELL PlatinumTM certification, 141 Bay Street considers its community’s well-being when designing each feature. 141 Bay Street at CIBC SQUARE will set the highest standards for sustainability, wellness, transportation, and accessibility to transform the quality of life for our community members.

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141 Bay Street

In pursuit of WELL PlatinumTM certification, 141 Bay Street considers its community’s well-being when designing each feature. 141 Bay Street at CIBC SQUARE will set the highest standards for sustainability, wellness, transportation, and accessibility to transform the quality of life for our community members.

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Community Amenities & Services
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Greenspaces

Experience the many benefits offered by our one-acre park. Enjoy seasonal activities or have an open-air meeting with coworkers in The Park.

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Elevated Features for Every Sense

To provide cleaner air, encourage hydration, nourishing food and improve the environment, CIBC SQUARE offers state-of-the-art ventilation systems, high-efficiency water filters and a variety of dining options. Each level offers natural sunlight that enhances focus and sense of well-being.

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First-Class Fitness Facility

Offering a holistic, environmentally-friendly approach to fitness, personalized nutrition coaching, fitness classes, and unique activations.

4
Community Member Engagement Experience

Enjoy all that CIBC SQUARE has to offer through thoughtful community management, hotel-inspired concierge services, and the community-exclusive engagement platform, mySQ.

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Exceptional Support for Alternative Transportation

To ease transitions between biking, walking, and important meetings, we offer over 45 conveniently-located showers in well-appointed change rooms.

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Wellness Through Art

Fostering a sense of community and connection, 141 Bay Street offers sweeping views of Toronto’s lauded architecture, a notable art collection and programming at The Park.

Features & Specs
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On top of exceeding expectations architecturally, mechanically, and technologically, we enhance your experience sustainably, with a focus on wellness and everyday comfort.

We prioritize health and the environment with ample bicycle parking, chilled water taps, exceptionally designed staircases that inspire use, and more. From technology that maintains superior indoor-air quality to fixtures that reduce water and energy consumption, CIBC SQUARE is engineered to support wellbeing and provide environmentally-sound solutions.

Parking / Security

500+ bicycle parking spaces for community members and guests

CCTV surveillance located throughout all common areas and entry points

24/7 card access and staffed onsite security

300 underground parking spaces, 1 per 5,500 SF of office space

Environmental / Sustainability / Technology

Pursuing WELL Building Standard™ Building certification

Certified WIRED™ Platinum for best-in-class internet infrastructure

Engineered to LEED™ Platinum (core and shell) standards

Architecture
Floors

50

Total rentable area

1,400,000 SF (BOMA 1996)

Typical low-rise floor plate

31,000 SF

Typical high-rise floor plate

33,000 SF

Typical podium floor plate

55,000 SF

Office ceiling height

9’6” typical clear ceiling height

Podium ceiling height

12’0” typical clear ceiling height

Podium floors

Raised floor for power and data distribution

Floor plate

42’ column-free core to glass span

Egress

Stairs designed for 75 SF per person on the podium and 125 SF per person on the balance of the tower

Elevators

4 low-rise passenger elevators to the high-density floors (Levels 6-7)

8 high-rise passenger elevators

8 low-rise passenger elevators

4 parking shuttle elevators

8 mid- to low-rise passenger elevators

Sustainability Features

40% reduction of energy costs compared to a typical, similar new building as outlined by the Model National Energy Code for Buildings, a Canadian energy standard

A submetering system allowing community members to receive feedback on their own energy consumption

Mechanical systems designed to exceed minimum volume of outside air as established by ASHRAE Standards

Thermal comfort in alignment with the latest version of ASHRAE Standards

Highly efficient air filtration systems installed on all mechanical equipment

Low volatile organic compounds (VOCs) building materials to support superior indoor air quality

Floor plates designed with high-quality access to natural daylight and views

Maximal use of green roof areas

Enhanced control of humidification and dehumidification to maintain comfortable indoor humidity

Demand-controlled ventilation systems

Increased duct protection during construction 

Promotes stair use via increased lighting and artwork

500+ bicycle storage racks in close proximity to transit and shower facilities for community members

High-efficiency water fixtures that reduce consumption by more than 40% compared to typical fixtures

Mechanical / Plumbing

Option to provide after-hours HVAC on an individual floor-by-floor basis

Offers efficient diversity of air distribution utilizing 29 zones per typical tower floor

Chilled water taps provided for community members 24-hour supplemental cooling needs

Building designed to code +1 washroom capacity to allow maximum densification if needed (designed for 100 SF per person on a typical office floor)

Office/high-density floor (outdoor air) ventilation equal to 20 CFM per person

HVAC designed to handle 100 SF per person on a typical office floor and 75 SF per person on a podium floor

Amenities

A one-acre-plus park for community member use

First-class fitness facility

Distributed antenna system for reliable cellular coverage

Dedicated conference centre

Collaborative work and meeting areas

Bicycle parking for 500+

Restaurants and a curated Food Hall connected to The Park

Showers and change-room facilities (14 per gender)

Free Wi-Fi in all building amenity areas, including The Park

Electrical / Lighting

Dual feeds from Toronto Hydro substation for maximum reliability

Occupancy and daylight harvesting sensors provided on all floors

High efficiency community member lighting providing 40 candles at desktop height

Typical tower floors supplied with 6.0 watts per SF

For details on last remaining space, email leasing@cibcsquare.com

marketing@cibcsquare.com
Eric Shaw
CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD
Ruby Paola
IVANHOÉ CAMBRIDGE

For media inquiries, contact media@cibcsquare.com

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Flexible spaces and easily-accessible Wi-Fi can be found throughout CIBC SQUARE.
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View of The Park looking west.
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The laneway offers additional space to relax or work outside.
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Restaurants, concerts, sporting events, and more are within walking distance.
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Ground Floor Lobby of 141 Bay Street.
Development Updates
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March 31, 2023
CIBC SQUARE Community Open House - April 5th

CIBC SQUARE Community Open House – April 5th

In early 2021, we began construction to support Phase II of CIBC SQUARE at 141 Bay Street, following the demolition of the old GO bus terminal which formerly occupied the site of 141 Bay. Once complete, 141 Bay Street will add 1.5 million square feet of office space in a 50-storey premier class AAA office tower. The new building will be connected to Phase I of CIBC SQUARE – also known as 81 Bay Street – by an elevated park that bridges across the rail corridor connecting the Financial Core to the Southcore and Waterfront neighbourhoods.

We invite you to join a virtual open house to learn more about the current phase of construction at CIBC SQUARE on Wednesday, April 5th at 6:30 p.m.  Please pre-register to attend at the following link. A video conference link will be sent to all registrants closer to the date.

We’ve included a few commonly asked questions about what is ongoing and upcoming below. We encourage you to submit any questions you have in advance of the event to community@CIBCSQUARE.com to ensure we can address as many areas of interest as possible.

We look forward to virtually seeing many of you on April 5th.

Frequently Asked Questions – CIBC SQUARE PHASE II

What is being planned for Phase II construction at CIBC SQUARE?
141 Bay Street will add 1.5 million square feet of office space in a 50-storey premier office tower, anchored by incoming tenant CIBC. The new building will be connected to Phase I of CIBC SQUARE (81 Bay Street) by an elevated public park that bridges across the rail corridor. Planned public realm improvements as part of the 141 Bay development include two pedestrian bridges connecting across Bay Street directly into Union Station and across Yonge Street directly into Backstage Condominiums, as well as a fully renovated pedestrian laneway connecting Yonge Street and Bay Street.

What is the construction timeline?
Work on the site of 141 Bay started in December 2020 with the demolition of the old GO bus terminal. To date, we have completed the majority of the below grade work and construction of the tower core is currently underway. Construction of the second half of The Park, the new tower and podium are expected to be complete in mid 2025.

When will overnight work end?
Overnight work remains necessary for the construction of several elements of our project. As we are building in an active rail corridor, we are not allowed to have construction personnel or equipment on the rail corridor when the trains are running on the tracks. This means we are only permitted to work at night, when train traffic has slowed. When overnight construction is necessary, we are committed to completing the work as quickly as possible and keeping our neighbours informed. We are working closely with our contractor, EllisDon, to expedite this work, and to reduce as much as possible the impact of the noise for our neighbours.

How do I join the open house on April 5th?
To join the open house on April 5th, please register at the following link.  We encourage you to share any questions you have in advance to community@CIBCSQUARE.com so we may address as many areas of interest in the meeting as time will permit.

How do I stay informed about what’s upcoming?
We are working closely with our neighbours as we proceed with construction on this project, and we are committed to keeping the community informed. The best way to stay informed is to register to receive regular construction updates and notices at www.CIBCSQUARE.com. You may also contact us at any time at community@CIBCSQUARE.com with comments or questions.

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