| Toronto, Ontario|
| mid 1960s|
| 1 Thompson Rd, North York, ON M3J 1P3, Canada|
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Tait McKenzie Centre Wikipedia
The Tait McKenzie Centre is an athletic facility located in Toronto, Canada at York University. The building is named for R. Tait McKenzie, renowned sculptor, doctor, soldier, physical educator, athlete.
The building was based on the overall campus design concept in the 1960s under the joint venture UPACE (with John B. Parkin Associates, Shore and Moffat and Partners, Gordon S. Adamson and Associates).
The York University badminton, basketball, volleyball, swimming and water Polo teams use this facility has their venue.
The facility consists of 45 cardio machines, four gymnasiums and 25-metre swimming pool among other amenities.