Consilium Place

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Consilium Place

Consulium Place is an office complex in Scarborough City Centre in Toronto.

  • 17 storey 100 Consilium was built in 1984 - main tenant is Telus (former tenant was State Farm Insurance; they left in 2006)
  • 17 storey 200 Consilium was built in 1985 - main tenant is Telus
                                           - original main tenant was Prudential Insurance 1985 - 1998
  • 18 storey 300 Consilium was built in 1989 - main tenant is Telus
  • 19 storey Conard International Hotel was planned for 1980s, but was never completed.

All the buildings were designed by Bregman + Hamann Architects.

News reported that over 800 migratory birds collided into this building between 2008 and 2009, a phenomenon known as bird-skyscraper collisions.[1]

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Coordinates: 43°46′39″N 79°15′07″W / 43.777547°N 79.251959°W / 43.777547; -79.251959