Tom Davies Square

200 Brady Street
Greater Sudbury ON Canada

Construction Dates
Floor Count12
Building Uses
 - office
 - city hall
 - government
 - parking garage
Structural Types
 - highrise
Architectural Style
 - brutalist
 - glass
 - concrete, reinforced

•Architect Arthur Townend
•Construction began in 1973 as an urban renewal project, to revitalize the area and house Sudbury's growing civic government which was at the time housed in numerous rented office buildings
•The complex is composed of four buildings connected by a concourse and underground parking garage surrounding a plaza
•The main building is the 5-storey triangular building at the south east corner, housing the City Hall and administration
•To the west is the 7-storey Sudbury Police Headquarters, formerly regional school board office an a library
•To the north is the 12-storey office building at 199 Larch Street, housing civic and provincial government offices and services, which was built in 1977
•Opposite the city hall is a newer office building housing the local telecom
•Named for Sudbury Regional Municipality Chairman Tom Davies in 1997

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