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Royal Bank Plaza | by Peter Glyn
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Royal Bank Plaza

Built to be the new head office of the Royal Bank in the 1970s, Royal Bank Plaza consists of two office buildings: the South Tower and the North Tower. The exteriors of the structures are largely covered with glass; together they have more than 14,000 windows. The windows, manufactured by Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, were coloured using 2,500 ounces of gold valued at CA$70 per pane when installed

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Taken on October 2, 1997