The $150M Limberlost Place (previously known as “The Arbour”) is a 10-storey, 16,250 m^2, exposed tall wood building located on George Brown College’s waterfront campus in Toronto, Canada. This project will serve as an educational hub for George Brown College, housing the Tall Wood Research Institute, a childcare centre in addition to a significant amount of teaching and social spaces for their architectural program. Fast + Epp developed an innovative large span beamless structural system that is comprised of CLT timber-concrete composite (TCC) slab bands with perpendicular CLT infill panels supported on glulam columns. This long-span flat plate system allows for flexibility in architectural programming and unobstructed mechanical distribution. An extensive testing program on the TCC slab bands was completedat the University of Northern British Columbia in 2020, which has provided valuable engineering information to the design community for future tall wood projects and composite systems. To facilitate innovation, the project received funding through the National Resources Canada Green Constriction Wood Program, alongside other partners.