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Union Station
Union Station Revitalization, Great Hall, image courtesy of NORR Architects
  • Union Station Revitalization, Great Hall, image courtesy of NORR Architects
  • Union Station Revitalization, Front Street, image courtesy of NORR Architects
  • Union Station Revitalization, Front & Bay, image courtesy of NORR Architects
  • Union Station Revitalization, Front Street east moat, image courtesy of NORR Arc
  • Union Station Revitalization, Retail Promenade, image courtesy of NORR Architect

Union Station is Canada’s busiest and most important passenger transportation hub and a designated National Historic Site. The station’s revitalization will result in many benefits, including an expanded GO concourse, an increase in the number of exits and entrances, alleviated commuter congestion, and restoration and preservation of the station’s heritage elements.

The Revitalization is a $640-million City initiative supported by investments of $164 million by the Government of Canada and $172 million by the Government of Ontario.

 

Project information

75 Front St W, Toronto
City of Toronto, Metrolinx
Carillion
Zeidler Partnership Architects, NORR Architects, FGMDA
Institutional
Under construction
2016
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