TransCanada Tower, Calgary

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TransCanada Tower
Trans Canada Tower1.JPG
TransCanada Tower
General information
Type office
Location Calgary
Coordinates 51°02′56.1″N 114°03′53.2″W / 51.048917°N 114.064778°W / 51.048917; -114.064778Coordinates: 51°02′56.1″N 114°03′53.2″W / 51.048917°N 114.064778°W / 51.048917; -114.064778
Completed 2001
Owner H&R REIT
Roof 177 m (581 ft)
Design and construction
Architect Cohos Evamy

TransCanada Tower is an office tower located in Calgary, Alberta. Located at 450 1st Street SW, it stands at 177 meters (581 ft) or 38 storeys tall and was completed in 2001. It was designed by the architectural firm, Cohos Evamy. The tower overlooks James Short Park.

The TransCanada Tower houses the head offices of TransCanada Corporation. It also is the Calgary location for sittings and hearings of the Court of Appeal of Alberta.[1]

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  1. ^ "Sittings, Hearing Lists & Locations". Court of Appeal. Alberta Courts. Retrieved 6 June 2016. 

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