"Combination of the Old & New Architecture Styles" Top 5 Page for this destination City Hall & Nathan Phillips Square Tip by CdnJane

  "New" City Hall and the architectural curves
by CdnJane
 
 

One place that is always fun to show off, are the Twin buildings of "New City Hall" at Nathan Phillips Square. It is actually not really the city hall anymore as there is Metro Hall down on King Street at John Street. However, because of the older city hall with the more classical architecture of the 1800s across Bay Street from Nathan Phillips Square, known as "Old" City Hall - we still tend to refer to it as "New" City Hall.
I didn't really take a picture of the curved towers, or of Old City Hall - just took a picture of some of the architectural features.

Address: Queen St between Bay St. & University Ave
Phone: +1 416-203-2600
Website: http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly

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  • Updated May 3, 2004
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