Toronto is getting a stunning new courthouse near city hall. - CondoSavvy

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Ontario’s Court of Justice is set to vacate Old City Hall in 2021, making way for the city to build a new, Toronto-centric museum inside its 129-year-old Romanesque Revival building.

This is exciting on many fronts, but the elimination of some very old courthouses should rank high up on the list for fans of energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and saving money all around.

A contract has just been awarded for the design and construction of what’s being called “the new Toronto courthouse project” – a state-of-the-art facility planned for 10 Armoury Street, right next to new City Hall between Centre Avenue and Chestnut Street.

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