Commerce Court’s bold and modern architecture make it stand out as a leading commercial office complex in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District.
The Commerce Court complex opened its doors in the early 1970’s, but with the inclusion of Commerce Court North into the four-acre complex, its history reaches back to 1931. It’s hard to imagine today, but the 34-storey North Tower was the tallest building in the British Empire until 1962 and home to Canada’s business elite for a generation. It was designed by Pearson and Darling Architects of Toronto, with the help of U.S. design firm York and Sawyer. With its stunning vaulted gold-coffered ceiling and classic Art-Deco style, the North Tower was a showplace in its time, and today remains a treasured heritage building in Toronto’s financial core and a major component of Commerce Court.
The Commerce Court complex opened its doors in the early 1970’s, but with the inclusion of Commerce Court North into the four-acre complex, its history reaches back to 1931.
Commerce Court has many amenities and conveniences to serve you that shape the unique character of the complex.
Our mandate at Commerce Court is to continually improve environmental and social performance by partnering with tenants and vendors to reduce consumption and costs, ultimately increasing satisfaction, comfort and productivity within the Complex.