Brookfield Place, Toronto
Brookfield Place, Toronto - Address, Phone Number
Address: 181 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2T3, Canada
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About Brookfield Place, Toronto
This grand business complex of 2.6 million square feet of office and retail space is probably the crowning jewel of Bay Street. The immediate standouts are, of course, the Bay Wellington Tower and the TD Canada Trust Tower, but beyond some striking photographs they don’t offer much. Rather, the unmissable highlight of this place is the Crystal Cathedral of Commerce a.k.a the Allen Lambert Galleria, a covered pedestrian street with a vaulted glass and steel ceiling that arcs over six stories above the ground. This section of the complex, especially the concourse and ground levels, are bursting with eateries and shops. It’s pretty at night, when the structure is vividly illuminated from the inside.
Brookfield Place Opening and Closing Hours
- Individual venues may have their own hours.
How To reach Brookfield Place by Public Transport
- Bus 121 stop Church St at Front St E.
- Subway 1 stop King Station.
- Streetcars 304, 504, 514 stop King St West at Bay St.
- Buses 503 stop King St East at Church St.
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One of the most beautiful complexes in down town Toronto. A stunning juxtaposition of old and new in a well balanced manner. Seasonal decorations and art exhibits are always an amplifying element to the beautiful views. There is a very nice food court and a fair selection of restaurants on premise. Brookfield place is connected to the Toronto underground which is very convenient on this cold winter days.
The Marche Mövenpick was awesome. We had a group event and had reservations for one of the private rooms. There was all kinds of foods and cuisines available, as well as beer and wine. Expect to spend at least $20 for a meal and a glass of pop. Great experience and very nice service. The staff were great.
Iconic landmark of downtown Toronto. good to take pictures inside. Underground connects to the underground part of Toronto. The modernized buliding has a heritage old building within it,which is also good to see.
This is the home of the Hockey Hall of Fame, Marche Movenpick (expensive), and a food court. If you're looking for a shopping mall, head north to the Eaton Centre. Brookfield is a good place for lunch in any season (outdoor seating in summer). It also serves well for a place to sit and work if you need to get out of the office. An historic building is incorporated into the atrium area. There are a couple stone staircases that are rarely used, and make an excellent place to stop, rest, and chat with friends. It feels very "home town."
An other food court under the city, in the PATH, large choice of restaurants and food useful for workers from towers above without getting cold. Good and useful, particurlarly for influx management at lunch time it's very good, not like in some great cities in the world.