Beanfield Centre

Client City of Toronto
Portfolio Hospitality
Size 196,000 SF (18,209 SM)
Location Toronto, ON, Canada
Date September 2009

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The Beanfield Centre, previously known as the Allstream Centre, is a revitalization of the 1929 Art Deco automotive building that is a historical fixture at Toronto’s 192-acre (77-hectare) Exhibition Place. It served as a venue for exhibiting new autos until the 1960s, then underwent several unsympathetic renovations before the decision was made to convert the outdated building into a state-of-the-art conference centre.

Client City of Toronto
Portfolio Hospitality
Size 196,000 SF (18,209 SM)
Location Toronto, ON, Canada
Date September 2009

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Awards

  • 2010 Heritage Toronto, William Greer Architectural Conservation and Craftsmanship, Award of Merit
  • 2010 Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals Award of Merit, Adaptive Re-use Heritage Building
  • 2010 Toronto Construction Association, “Best of the Best” Award in the category of Project Achievement
  • 2010 Interior Design Magazine, Best of the Year Award
  • 2009 Ontario Building Envelope Council, Award of Distinction for Design

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