Brookfield Place, Toronto
Categories: Art Galleries, Landmarks, Museums, Tourist Spots
Brookfield Place is a landmark address deeply rooted in the commercial, cultural and social fabric of Toronto. Home to some of the world’s most prestigious financial and legal firms, and the corporate headquarters of many preeminent Canadian corporations, the 2.6 million square foot complex fosters business and commerce of global significance. Brookfield Place also stands as a prized example of Toronto’s cultural development and community spirit. Its public spaces have received international acclaim for their architectural excellence, including the award winning Allen Lambert Galleria, a favourite backdrop for some of North America’s most prominent exhibitions and special events. Visited by millions of people each year, Brookfield Place is also home to the Hockey Hall of Fame and some of Toronto’s most popular dining, shopping and lifestyle destinations.By using our Toronto vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Brookfield Place and other attractions in Toronto.
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Been here few times in the cafeteria below, meeting friends and associates - lots of selection and you can always up ahead to find something that will satisfy the palette.
great place for photos and to just meander around..i often walk and sit to have my coffee here whenin in dt core
-1 for the cost of parking Great shops and places to eat. HHoF inside as well. Friendly in the garage when the machine wouldn't read our ticket.
Beautiful gallaria old architecture with new and has a longos urban market the hockey hall of fame
Brookfield Place has to be one of the most interesting architectural structures in Toronto. It encompasses the old and the new amazingly - the beautiful arches incorporating the old bank buildings. If you go there at night to check it out - the water from the fountains shimmers to the roof, which provides another unique vantage. I pass by Brookfield Place often, and every time I am there - I am amazed by the place.
Tae San Han
The views from upstairs are stunning. Clean, bright building appears to be well taken care of.
Haven't even been in for my appointment yet and have received very rude customer service from the receptionist. I called last week and was forwarded to a voicemail where I left a message. The message has not been returned and my appointment is in 8 days. When I called today and expressed that she responded with 'well it was me that you spoke to so I'm not sure what this no returned call is about' and when I clarified to her that she forwarded me to a voicemail, she then twisted my words saying 'well I don't know why you haven't heard back from her in 8 days'. When I corrected her to say 'no, my appointment is in 8 days' she dismissed me by forwarding me to voicemail again. People are scared and uncomfortable with dealing with skin issues. It's scary to have biopsies and cysts removed. I really think having someone compassionate and helpful at reception would be beneficial to Brookfield Place. I have a very bad taste in my mouth after these run ins on the phone and it has increased my anxiety heading into this appointment.
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