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Constitution Square -Albert Street Ottawa

The three towers of the Constitution Square building in Ottawa combines the beauty of their own reflecting construction with the beauty of the surrounding and is in that way a very pronounced building with its own beauty and a very modest building the gives the best to the surrounding.

Tolchinsky & Goodz Architects
Building Awards
2009 - BOMA Canada National Office Building of the Year Award (over One Million Square Feet)
2009 - BOMA Ottawa Local Office Building of the Year Award (over One Million Square Feet)
2007 - BOMA Best Certification

Constitution Square is a three-tower office complex, located in downtown Ottawa, Ontario at 340, 350 and 360 Albert Street. It is home to a variety of businesses, organizations and embassies. The three towers are owned and operated by global real estate investor, developer and owner Oxford Properties Group. The 1,058,046 square foot complex, located in the heart of the capital city's downtown core, is close to Ottawa's Parliament Hill and key federal buildings, and is a neighbour to the city's prominent financial and high tech industries.
The first tower comprises 18 floors, and was completed in 1986, while tower two was completed in 1992 with 21 floors.[1] In July 2005, it was announced that a third tower with 19 floors would be added to the complex, and tower three opened less than two years later, within the original budget.

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