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Brookfield Place, Toronto

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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.
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  • Part of my walking tour in downtown Toronto. Restaurants, shopping and the Hockey Hall of Fame. Pretty impressive in the bright sunlight.  more »
  • For those exploring the PATH, this is one of the must-sees thanks to its architecture. It is also on one of the main routes from the Eaton Center to to Union.  more »
  • Home to many great date-nights and dinners out with friends, I've always enjoyed Brookfield Place (even though we never called it that... it was always "Marche" and the atrium beside it!). Easy to get...  more »
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  • I don't know why it's classified as a shopping mall. It's more of an office building with a food court, the hockey hall of fame, a gift shop, banks, and le marché. The food court is good (but quite noise as all food courts tend to be). They have a good selection of restaurants giving you options ranging from McDonald's to something paleo.
  • Part of the PATH, hockey hall of fame, food court that actually stays open past 5 (seems rare for the area) and some decent shopping.
  • this is the best building in toronto (that i've been in so far), you get a beautiful view of the water if you're on the upper floors with no other buildings in view and they have a lovely patio that you can just hang out on :)
  • Nice building with Marche's in there but the parking is ridiculous. DONT PARK UNDERGROUND! way too expensive to park. Parking on the side of the street is way cheaper!
  • Brookfield Place has one of my favourite interior spaces, the Allen Lambert Galleria. It's bright, airy and often hosts visiting artists and their work(s). Those visiting may notice the two towers that comprise Brookfield Place line up with another iconic building, the Gooderham building at Church/Front St. E.