Behind Toronto’s Commerce Court

 Commerce Court

Toronto’s Commerce Court is a rare complex that intersects and inspires the worlds of business and architecture. Its history reaches back to 1931 when at that time, The North Tower, designed by the firm Pearson and Darling, was the tallest building in the British Empire and today remains a historical Beaux-Arts jewel.

This photograph was taken in its manicured court and garden. This hidden gem can lend itself to some beautiful photography and quite walks, especially on beautiful sunny winter days. 

Commerce Court

 In this same court you’ll find a three piece bronze sculpture by Derrick Stephan Hudson entitled, Tembo, Mother of Elephants completed in 2002.

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