the permanent -

your legacy.

the permanent -

your legacy.

the permanent -

your legacy.

Welcome to the Permanent

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building

Welcome to the Permanent

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building

Welcome to
the Permanent

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building, 320 Bay was built in 1931 on the most important corner of Toronto’s financial core at Bay and Adelaide streets. ​ Designed by the prominent Canadian architect Henry Sproatt, at 18 storeys this beautiful art deco building was the tallest building at the time and its history has intrinsically been linked to the history of the city, creating a real Toronto legacy. A true legacy doesn’t happen overnight; like your business, it is grown and developed over time. ​ ​ ​

In addition to its unique yet ideal amenities, the building is perfectly positioned in the core, connecting its occupants and visitors directly into Toronto’s underground PATH network (which leads to First Canadian Place). ​ ​

The area surrounding The Permanent is the very heart of the Downtown Core, allowing you to keep your finger on the pulse of Toronto at all times. Located in the centre of the Queen and King, and University and Yonge arteries, the building is within a 5-minute walk to all downtown transit, including streetcars, buses, subway, Union and GO trains.

Accelerate your business’
growth in The Permanent.

BUILD YOURLEGACY, JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND BE PART OF THE GROWTH THAT WILL DEFINE THE FINANCIAL CORE FOR GENERATIONS TO COME.

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building, 320 Bay was built in 1931 on the most important corner of Toronto’s financial core at Bay and Adelaide streets. ​ Designed by the prominent Canadian architect Henry Sproatt, at 18 storeys this beautiful art deco building was the tallest building at the time and its history has intrinsically been linked to the history of the city, creating a real Toronto legacy. A true legacy doesn’t happen overnight; like your business, it is grown and developed over time. ​ ​ ​

In addition to its unique yet ideal amenities, the building is perfectly positioned in the core, connecting its occupants and visitors directly into Toronto’s underground PATH network (which leads to First Canadian Place). ​ ​

The area surrounding The Permanent is the very heart of the Downtown Core, allowing you to keep your finger on the pulse of Toronto at all times. Located in the centre of the Queen and King, and University and Yonge arteries, the building is within a 5-minute walk to all downtown transit, including streetcars, buses, subway, Union and GO trains.

Accelerate your business’
growth in The Permanent.

BUILD YOURLEGACY, JOIN THE
MOVEMENT AND BE PART OF THE
GROWTH THAT WILL DEFINE THE
FINANCIAL CORE FOR
GENERATIONS TO COME.

Accelerate your business’
growth in The Permanent.

BUILD YOURLEGACY, JOIN THE
MOVEMENT AND BE PART OF THE
GROWTH THAT WILL DEFINE THE
FINANCIAL CORE FOR
GENERATIONS TO COME.

Formerly known as the Canada Permanent Building, 320 Bay was built in 1931 on the most important corner of Toronto’s financial core at Bay and Adelaide streets. ​ Designed by the prominent Canadian architect Henry Sproatt, at 18 storeys this beautiful art deco building was the tallest building at the time and its history has intrinsically been linked to the history of the city, creating a real Toronto legacy. A true legacy doesn’t happen overnight; like your business, it is grown and developed over time. ​ ​ ​

In addition to its unique yet ideal amenities, the building is perfectly positioned in the core, connecting its occupants and visitors directly into Toronto’s underground PATH network (which leads to First Canadian Place). ​ ​

The area surrounding The Permanent is the very heart of the Downtown Core, allowing you to keep your finger on the pulse of Toronto at all times. Located in the centre of the Queen and King, and University and Yonge arteries, the building is within a 5-minute walk to all downtown transit, including streetcars, buses, subway, Union and GO trains.

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