The 1200 Bay Street skyscraper has been designed by Herzog & de Meuron as an ultra-slender building in Toronto, Canada that would position itself as the tallest of its kind in Canada. The skyscraper was designed in collaboration with both Quadrangle and Urban Strategies, and is being developed by the Kroonenberg Group and ProWinko. The building would reach a height of 1,062 feet on a site that measures just 2,919 feet to make a very slender addition to the Bay and Bloor area where it would be erected.
The 1200 Bay Street skyscraper has been designed with a total of 87 floors with the first 16 designated for retail and office space. The building would offer a total of 332 residences that would range from one-bedroom units to multi-level penthouses with the top three levels dedicated for a large restaurant and sky lounge.