Telus Sky

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Telus Sky (skyscraper)
Telus Sky Redesign.jpg
General information
Status Under construction
Type Office
Location 7th Avenue (entire block) and Centre St. S.W, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Estimated completion Fall 2018 [1]]
Cost $400 million CAD
Owner Westbank Corporation
Roof 221.3 m (726 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 60
Floor area 750 000 sq. ft.
Design and construction
Architect Bjarke Ingels Group
Developer Westbank Developments
Structural engineer Glotman Simpson

Telus Sky is a 750,000 square foot office mixed-use tower that will incorporate office, retail and residential space. There will be 430,000 square feet of office space, of which 155,000 square feet will be for Telus, a Canadian telecommunications company. The building, set to open in the Fall of 2018, is to be the third tallest building in Calgary, behind Brookfield Place (Calgary) and The Bow (skyscraper)

The commercial office space is listed for lease with Cushman & Wakefield.


Art Central, the building that was there previously, was demolished in November 2014.[2] Construction on Telus Sky started in February 2015.[3] The construction on the building is set to finish in Fall 2018.

Building details[edit]

TELUS Sky Rendering

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  • Square footage of:
    • The entire building: 750,000 square feet
    • The office space (LEED Platinum): 450,000 square feet on 26 floors
    • The residential space (LEED Gold): 250,000 square feet on the upper 32 floors
    • The retail space (LEED Platinum): 15,000 square feet located mainly on the ground level
    • Total leased space: 142,000 square feet
    • Art space: 5,500 square feet
    • Number of storeys: 59
    • Number of residential units: 341
    • Listing Agency: Cushman & Wakefield

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  1. ^ *[ Construction work slows in Calgary as recession delays office tower projects August 25, 2016
  2. ^ Toneguzzi, Mario (November 20, 2014). "Art Central building set fordemolition to make way for Telus Sky tower". Calgary Herald. Retrieved 23 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "BIG's curvaceous Calgary skyscraper breaks ground next to Foster's Bow tower". de zeen Magazine. February 16, 2015. Retrieved 23 June 2016.