toronto skyline

The evolution of the Toronto skyline since 1957

Rewind 63 years, and Toronto's skyline is marked by only a few noteworthy stone buildings. But, everything would change in 1967 with the rise of Mies van der Rohe's TD Centre, which ushered in five decades of profound growth that completely transformed the shape of the city from a burgeoning lakeside metropolis to an international hub.

Lead photo by

Toronto Archives. With files from Derek Flack.


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