Old Toronto Star Building
|Toronto Star Building|
Toronto Star building in 1961.
|Location||80 King West
|Roof||88 metres (289 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Chapman and Oxley|
The Old Toronto Star Building was an Art Deco office tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the headquarters of the Toronto Star newspaper from 1929 until 1970. It was demolished to make way for the First Canadian Place tower.
The building was located at 80 King Street West. It was built in 1929, designed by Chapman and Oxley. It was 22 storeys and 88 metres (289 ft) tall. The ground floor facing King Street housed a few retail stores and a Stoodleigh's Restaurant at the east end.
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