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One London Place

One London Place
One London Place
General information
Type Office
Location 255 Queens Avenue
London, Ontario
Coordinates
Completed 1992
Height
Antenna spire none
Roof 113.4 m (372 ft)
Top floor 24
Technical details
Floor count 24
Floor area 32,516 m2 (350,000 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators 9
Design and construction
Architect Crang & Boake International, Toronto
References
[1]

One London Place is an office tower in London, Ontario, Canada. Construction on the tower was completed in 1992. At 113.4 m tall, it is the tallest building in Southwestern Ontario.[2]

Besides office space, One London Place has a restaurant, fitness centre, newsstand, car wash, and 382-space underground parking lot.[3]

External links

  • Information about One London Place

References

  1. ^ One London Place at SkyscraperPage
  2. ^ http://skyscraperpage.com/diagrams/?searchID=58613135&offset=100
  3. ^ http://www.sifton.com/upload/cms/201312031123561411123436_onelondonplace201401.pdf
One London Place photographed from Dundas and Wellington streets during the day and night.


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