photo by Istrian
First Canadian Place is Canada's
tallest skyscraper and the eleventh tallest building in North America
with a height of 298 metres, or 978 feet (355 metres with antenna
included). It is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of
King and Bay streets in Toronto, Ontario, the centre of Canadian
capitalism. It is home to the Toronto headquarters of the Bank of
Montreal. The building is noted for its white stone finish, unusual in
a city of glass, steel, and concrete surfaces.
The building is on the PATH system and has 29 elevators. The roof contains a number of antennas used for radio and television broadcasting. The facade was altered for the first time in 2004, when the former blue bank logo was replaced with blue BMO lettering and the new white-and-red logo.
1) Cut-out main tower (#1). Fold as a normal box, but make sure to W-fold the corners.
2) Cut out and fold the elevator box (#2) and glue to roof of #1
4) Attach main tower (1 & 2) to base (#3)