Toronto's skyline will undergo yet another change after Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners announced its plans for The HUB -- a new skyscraper that's set to "hover" over one of Toronto's historic buildings.
The plans for this project reveal a structure that allows for the sky scrapper to be built on top of the existing Toronto Harbour Commission Building, which already stands six storeys tall. The HUB will be comprised of "1.4 million square feet of column-free office space," but hopes to add to the city's skyline with its unique design. After it s built, this tower will be one of the tallest skyscrapers in the city, standing at over 60 storeys high.
The HUB will serve as the architecture firm's first Canadian project.