Blue Cross Centre
|Blue Cross Centre|
|Architectural style||Postmodern |
|Location||Main St. Moncton|
|Roof||43.0 m (141.1 ft)|
|Floor area||325,000 sq ft (30,200 m2)|
The building features a three-story section facing Main Street and a nine-story tower to the south joined by an atrium. The building was constructed in 1988 and now encloses a total area of 30,200 m2 (325,000 sq ft). It includes a retail level as well as the main branch of the Moncton Public Library.
It is attached to the BMO building across Main Street via an enclosed, over-road pedestrian walkway.
In 2006 The Blue Cross Centre added a new four-story building to its roster, which expanded the Blue Cross Center by 5,300 m2 (57,000 sq ft), for a total GLA of 30,200 m2. The expansion is connected to the existing building through an enclosed pedestrian walkway.
The building encloses the two sides with an all-glass Atrium. The atrium incorporates several large planters, 4 indoor overhead walkways, 2 glass elevators, and several shops.
- "Blue Cross Centre". Emporis. Retrieved 27 December 2011.