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73 Dock Street (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada)

73 Dock Street (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada)

73 Dock Street (Robert A. M. Stern Architects)

This site is an underused wharf adjacent to uptown Saint John. The new sustainably designed 220,000-square-foot building, planned as a four-storey volume facing the harbour at a 45-degree southeastern orientation corporate Irving Oil headquarter will also accommodate a cruise ship terminal, waterside Harbor passage, constructed wetland gardens, restored natural coastline, and major amphitheater and recreational spaces for use by the public.

The focal point is a curved lobby and winter garden walled in glass that overlooks uptown, creating a visual connection to the city. Above the entrance lobby roof, a large executive conference room/penthouse and terrace implementing roof planting and energy-absorbing technologies. While the upper floors will function as office space for Fort Reliance companies, the ground floor level is for retail and an open-plan space that will be devoted to a secondary cruise ship terminal. The atriums will be cherished interior spaces in the city from their lofty spatial qualities, exterior water views and sculptural suspended staircases and bridges.