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Pacific Centre - Love what you do, love where you do it

Pacific Centre began with the construction of the TD Tower in 1972. Both the TD Tower and 701 West Georgia were designed and built to resemble Cadillac Fairview's Toronto Dominion Centre and 95 Wellington Street West towers in Toronto. Both towers are based on the same structure and appearance, but differ in heights. The design was created by renowned architect, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. TD Tower represented the end of Mies's North America period, and TD Tower's black glass facing has earned it the nickname of the "Black Tower."

From the time after the TD Tower and 701 West Georgia were built, Pacific Centre grew with the building and acquisition of Canaccord Genuity Place, 777 Dunsmuir Street, 700 West Pender and 750 West Pender Street, HSBC Building, and now the construction of 725 Granville. Today, Pacific Centre is comprised of eight office buildings and one retail centre. Unique to Pacific Centre, seven of the eight office buildings are inter-connected through the retail centre. With over two million square feet of prime office space, and half a million square feet of retail, Pacific Centre is home to over 500 office and retail tenants that employ over 9,000 people. 

Pacific Centre is proudly owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview.