Scotia Centre (Calgary)

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Scotia Centre
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Scotia Centre Building
General information
Location Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Coordinates 51°02′46.7″N 114°04′01.7″W / 51.046306°N 114.067139°W / 51.046306; -114.067139Coordinates: 51°02′46.7″N 114°04′01.7″W / 51.046306°N 114.067139°W / 51.046306; -114.067139
Construction started 1974
Completed 1976
Cost $ 30,000,000
Owner Cominar REIT
Management Cominar REIT Management
Roof 155 m (509 ft)[1]
Top floor 40
Technical details
Floor count 41

Scotia Centre is an office tower and three level retail mall in downtown Calgary, Alberta.

Located at 700 2nd Street SW, it stands at 155 metres (509 feet) or 41 storeys tall and was built in international style.[1] It was completed in 1976 at a cost of $ 30 million. It was the tallest building in Calgary at the time of its completion, and once included a restaurant on the top floor. The podium roof currently houses an outdoor patio area with full restaurant and bar. Scotiabank remains one of the tower's key tenants.

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  1. ^ a b Skyscraper Pages. "Scotia Centre". Retrieved 2007-09-12. 

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