Bell Trinity Square


Bell Trinity Square is an office complex occupying part of the former site of the historic Eaton’s Annex in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The name is a combination of: the name of original and now former occupant Bell Canada; and the location of the site south of the Church of the Holy Trinity and Trinity Square.

Built in from 1980 to 1983 and designed by architect John B. Parkin,[1] the post modern complex consists of 15 floor and 10 floor towers connected by a glass atrium. The building is connected to the Toronto PATH underground pedestrian network.