We have passed the charming Royal Bank Square many times and we loved the golden hue that comes out of the window when the sun shines on it. It is part of the impressive skyline of Toronto and it is located next to the Royal York Hotel and opposite the Union Station. There's also an underground road system connected.
Take the yellow subway line to Union and Royal Bank of Canada. Royal Bank of Canada, the Royal Bank of Canada, is a sign outside the revolving door. The revolving door is painted with green leaves and the English "Thank you for using the revolving door to preserve energy."
The Royal Banks Plaza is a twin towers skyscraper located on Toronto Bay Street in Canada. The building and square itself are owned by the Oxford Real Estate Company, including two buildings in the north and south, the south tower is taller than the north, the base is triangular, and in the 1970s the Royal Bank moved its headquarters from the Vile Marie Square in Montreal to Doron More, the building was built.
In the financial district, there are many big banks and securities trading centers, and there are many busy, well-dressed white-collar workers on the morning commute.
The building was built in the 1970s when the Royal Bank moved its headquarters from the Viramari Square in Montreal to Toronto. The Royal Bank Plaza contains two buildings, two north and south, and the south tower is taller than the north, with a triangular base. The structure of the building is very obscure, so it is easy to create spider webs. The glass is plated with 2,500 oz (71,000 g) of gold, and is worth $70 per window.