Scotia Plaza, housing the corporate headquarters of the Bank of Nova Scotia, tends to stand out from the rest of Toronto's skyline. Whereas First Canadian Place, the Bay-Adelaide Centre, and the towers of the Toronto-Dominion Centre follow similar architectural playbooks, Scotia Plaza goes in a different direction to the extent that there aren't very many buildings out there that resemble it. Not all skyscrapers are created equally. Along with New City Hall, I think this is one of those buildings that would be well at home in the City of the Future.
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