Heritage Building

Heritage Building

181 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario

The Clarkson Gordon Building, also known as the Heritage Building, is a distinct part within Toronto's financial core is distinct part of the Brookfield Place complex. The property's façade was disassembled stone-by-stone, restored and reconstructed in order to be incorporated as part of the Allen Lambert Galleria.

Originally built in 1845 and located on Wellington Street, just north of where the property rests today, the Heritage Building has been home to prominent companies that have helped shape Canada's business landscape. Tenancies have included: Commerce Bank of Midland District; Merchant Bank; Clarkson, Gordon and Dilworth; Canadian Chamber of Commerce; and the Royal Bank of Canada.

Brookfield Properties operates its buildings at the highest standard. Our on-site property, facility management, security and fire-safety teams are in place to oversee and keep the properties efficiently operating. Web-based service request management systems ensure a speedy response to tenants' needs and environmentally-friendly initiatives and programs are in place throughout the property.

Building Size
Office: 5,500
Year Built: c.1845
Year Renovated: 1992
Number of Floors: 3
Typical Floor Size: 1,750 sq. ft.

In addition to the core services found in all of the buildings, amenities specific to the Heritage Building, Brookfield Place include:
  • Underground parking facility for 1,465 vehicles
  • On-site management and 24/7 access and security
  • In-house car wash & detailing service
  • Bicycle racks and storage lockers
  • Internal courier and delivery service
  • Child care facility
  • Courtesy locksmith, phones and battery boost station
  • Restaurants, retail shops and food court
  • Complementary web-based Concierge and work-order system
  • Executive shower facility
  • Shredding services
  • Tenant Fire Safety Team
  • Digital media screen advertising
  • Surrounding theatres, convention centre and other amenities, including Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre and the Harbourfront area