Beanfield Centre Sky Bridge

We have great news! Despite delays due to COVID-19,  the Sky Bridge connecting Beanfield Centre to Hotel X Toronto is complete as originally planned. The ribbon-cutting ceremony has not yet been planned.

The glass-enclosed Sky bridge connects Hotel X to the historic Automotive Building, which was designated a heritage building in 1988 and now houses the Beanfield Centre. The bridge design features a  floor-to-ceiling laminated insulated glass panel cladding that encloses the architectural exposed steel structure, and a three-colour interlayered film and 5mm dot bird-friendly ceramic frit pattern. The multicolour film decreases the solar heat gain to under 50% of the levels of clear glazing.


View from the south, looking north to Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place.

Huge thanks to NORR, Ellis Don, and all the staff of Beanfield Centre and Hotel X for working cooperatively to overcome so many challenges thrown our way by COVID-19 and get us back on track for final completion! Stay tuned for details on the ribbon-cutting ceremony!


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