|Alternative names||RBC Dexia Building|
|Location||155 Wellington Street West
|Owner||Cadillac Fairview/ ONTREA (50%)
Ontario Pension Board (50%) 
|Roof||185 m (607 ft)|
|Floor area||112,900 m2 (1,215,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Kohn Pedersen Fox, Bregman + Hamann Architects, Sweeny Sterling Finlayson &Co Architects|
|Main contractor||PCL Construction|
RBC Centre is a 185 m (607 ft), 43-storey office tower completed on June 2009 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on the outskirts of the traditionally defined financial district, owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview Corporation jointly with the Ontario Pension Board since 2012. The anchor tenants are Royal Bank of Canada. The building is connected to Toronto's PATH network of underground pedestrian passageways.
The development achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold status for the project's environmental sustainability and will produce an estimated 50% energy savings relative to buildings built to the Canadian National Energy Code. The LEED rating system recognizes leading-edge buildings that incorporate design, construction and operational practices that combine healthy, high-quality and high-performance advantages with reduced environmental impacts.
In 2011 Toronto Star architecture critic Christopher Hume named the RBC Centre and the neighbouring Ritz-Carlton Toronto as the two most beautiful buildings completed in the 21st century in Toronto. He praised their integration into the community, and how they have revived Wellington Street. 
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