North York Civic Centre

in Toronto, Canada

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5100 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5V7, Canada
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The North York Civic Centre is a building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada that once served as the city hall for the former City of North York.
Designed by Adamson Associates Architects, the building is located on Yonge Street north of Sheppard Avenue, and features Mel Lastman Square along the Yonge Street frontage. The construction of the building was intended to act as a catalyst for the development of the "North York City Centre", a downtown area for the formerly suburban North York. The building received The Governor General's Medal for Architecture in 1982.
With municipal amalgamation, North York is now part of the City of Toronto, and the building no longer serves as a city hall. Today, the building is home to the North York Community Council and a number of local municipal departments and services. Opposite the Civic Centre is the North York Central branch of the Toronto Public Library.
The Civic Centre is served by the Toronto Transit Commission's North York Centre subway station (opened in 1987).


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North York Civic Centre

Address: 5100 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 5V7, Canada