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Brookfield Place is pleased to offer complimentary LIVE stream fitness sessions led by Marilyn Robinson. They are geared towards all levels and all you need is a yoga mat! Just find a comfortable place in your home and use your smartphone or computer to stream these. Please note that a passcode will be required when joining the class.
Each live event will be broadcast online using ZOOM.us. You can access Zoom via your desktop or download the ZOOM App for ease on your phone.
A video camera or a microphone are not required, as this is a one-way broadcast. However, you are welcomed to ask any questions via the text-based chat tool at the END of the session.
*Reminder* Please disable audio and video prior to the start of each session. This is to ensure everyone participating can hear the instructor.
You are encouraged to click the link below AHEAD OF TIME to check your connection and sound are working. Zoom has recently updated their security measures, as such we encourage you to ensure you have updated to latest version of Zoom App.
We take your privacy seriously. Some additional measures have been put in place to protect participants, including one way presentations from our instructors with audience members on video/audio mute and restricted screen sharing abilities.
Please note that a passcode will be required when joining the class.
Visit our tenant app axiis and refer to each wellness session app cards for details.
Parking access can be added to a building access card, or an electronic transponder is available for customers who are interested in arranging for regular monthly parking. The palm-size transponder mounts directly onto the lower left-hand corner of your vehicle’s windshield and allows for convenient, hands-free access in and out of the parking garage.
Monthly parking payment
Payment options include credit card, monthly billing, and preauthorized payment and may be arranged by completing the Preauthorized Payment form available on the website.
Shareable monthly parking permits
Brookfield Place is pleased to offer our occupants a shareable Monthly Parking Permit to assist with your return to work planning. This flexible monthly permit can be utilized by two individuals however, utilization must be on alternate dates.
This is perfect for staff rotating in and out of the site on alternate schedules (users cannot park in the parking garage at the same time without incurring additional costs). This is a limited-time offer.
Details on registering for all monthly parking options can be obtained by contacting the Parking Office at 416-777-6468 or by visiting our website at www.axiistenantapp.com/properties/bptoronto
Standard Parking of Canada Ltd. is an independent parking management company presently under contract with Brookfield to operate the parking garage at First Canadian Place and Exchange Tower. For further information regarding the parking garage, to make special arrangements for prepaid guest and/or staff parking validations, or details about our ParkServe loyalty program, please call (416) 862- 6129 or visit the Parking Office located in the A-Level of the Parking Garage.
Tenant and Visitor Parking
Tenant and visitor parking stalls are available on all levels, please see below for daily rates. Five parking elevators provide access to Ground and Concourse floors in First Canadian Place and Exchange Tower.
A parking access electronic transponder is available for customers who are interested in arranging for regular monthly parking. The transponder mounts directly onto the windshield behind the rearview mirror and allows for convenient, hands-free access in and out of the parking garage. Details on registering for monthly parking can be obtained by contacting the Parking Office at 416 -862 6129 or by visiting our website at axiistenantapp.com/fcp
Visitors may take a ticket upon entry. As the parking equipment is fully automated, tickets should be paid at a pay station prior to returning to your car.
Pay stations are located at:
Cash and credit card (Visa, Master Card, American Express) are acceptable forms of payment at all pay stations.
Validation Coupons can be used at any pay station or exit gate, in conjunction with the entry ticket and the appropriate form of payment. Parking validation coupons can be arranged for quantities of time or amounts of money. Redeemed validation coupons are invoiced to Tenants monthly.
Closed circuit cameras
A sophisticated network of closed circuit camera monitors activity in the parking garage at all times. Garage entrances and parking elevator lobbies are monitored by closed circuit television by Building Security.
Emergency assist station
The garage is equipped with a panic alarm system that is electronically monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by Building Security. The interactive equipment enables Security to instantly pinpoint the zone from which an alarm has originated so that Security Officers can immediately be dispatched to assist the caller. Emergency assist stations are identifiable by their bright yellow colour. They are located on all levels of the garage. When the button is pressed it links to Security who will respond to emergency situations. The area is monitored by closed circuit cameras.
Offered to any person parked in the garage, any time of day or night. Visit the Security Desk on the Ground Floor of 2 Bloor Street East or call them at 416-928-9058 to arrange an escort.
Vehicle battery boost
Complimentary battery boost service is available to all patrons of the parking garage. If you are in need of this service, please call the site Parking Office at 416-964-0731 or via any intercom.
Vacuum, tire inflation, and windshield stations
Complimentary courtesy stations are conveniently located on Level P2 of the Asquith Garage and B1 of the Bloor Garage.
Available for loan; please visit the Security Desk on the Plaza Level.
For your own safety, please remember to lock all doors and close all windows after you have parked your vehicle in the garage. Valuables and cellular phones should be stored and locked in the trunk, where at all possible.
Please see your Parking Agreement or Monthly Parking Application and Agreement for any details or regulation clarification.
The main entrance to the underground parkade are located on 5th Avenue and a second entrance is located in Commerce Alley. The main exit from the parkade is located on 5th Avenue and a second entrance is located at 1st Street. The parkade consists of 849 spaces on 4 levels. To gain access to the parkade, a valid transponder must be presented at the entrance reader. To regain access from within the building, the parking elevators must be used directly off the main lobbies of the Suncor Energy Centre.
Spaces are limited to the number entitled under your lease. However, should additional spaces be available, they will be on a month to month basis with a thirty (30) day cancellation notice provision. All monthly parking charges will be included in your rent schedule and are due on the first day of each month.
The entrances to the underground garage are located on 4th Avenue between 1st and 2nd Streets and 5th Avenue between 1st and 2nd Streets. The garage consists of 791 spaces on 3 levels. To gain access from within the building, the parking elevators must be used directly off the main lobbies of Fifth Avenue Place.
The entrance to Brookfield Place Parkade is located off 6th Avenue SW, between 1st Street and 2rd Street. There are reserved spaces on 2 levels and unreserved stalls on 4 levels. To gain access from within the Complex, the parking elevators must be used from the Retail area of the Complex. The Main Parkade maximum clearance height is 6 feet, 8 inches due to low areas throughout the parking facility. The Landlord and Property Management shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to vehicles, however caused or incurred.
Spaces are limited to the number of stalls entitled under your lease. However, should additional stalls be required, they will be on a month-to-month basis with a thirty (30) day written cancellation notice provision. All monthly parking charges will be invoiced via statement provided at the commencement of your parking term. All payments are to be made the first of each month and sent to Impark. For your convenience, pre-authorized payment can also be set up.
Note: From time to time, it becomes necessary to convert “unreserved” stalls to “reserved”. Please pay attention to signage in all parkades to avoid parking in reserved stalls.
Additional Services Provided by Impark
1600 has a 24-hour, 7 days a week, Security Service available. You may contact Security by calling 713-951-7415. The Security Kiosk is located on the Concourse Level of the building. The officers DO NOT have any Tenant suite keys or card keys.
Note: As an additional safety measure, any person(s) leaving the building after normal business hours may request an escort to their vehicle if it is parked in one of our building garages.
While security officers, closed circuit cameras and the maintenance staff can provide basic protection for the Building, security is everyone’s responsibility, and your cooperation and vigilance is essential.
Each tenant can be effective in preventing the loss of valuable personal and company property by maintaining careful vigilance and following safety procedures:
Special care should be taken during certain times best suited for pilferage, i.e., the first 30 minutes after opening, lunch hours and just before closing. These are the times of maximum movement of personnel and absence from work areas and offices.
You may request additional checks of your offices by contacting the Management Office.
Bankers Court: The parkade maximum clearance height is 6’ 6” due to low areas throughout the parking facility. Extended length vehicles should check with the Property Manager prior to accessing the parkade for the first time. The entrance ramp grade can cause extended-length vehicles to have decreased clearance. The Landlord and Property Management shall not be responsible for any loss or damage to vehicles, however, caused or incurred.
Bankers Hall Main Parkade: There are reserved spaces on 2 levels and unreserved stalls on 3 levels. To gain access from within the Complex, the parking elevators must be used from the Retail area of the Complex. The Main Parkade maximum clearance height is 6 feet, 6 inches due to low areas throughout the parking facility.
Bankers Hall West Parkade: Consists of underground, heated, reserved spaces and unreserved stalls on 10 levels. To gain access from within the Complex, the Royal Bank Building Plus 15, located beside Sunterra Market, must be used. The West Parkade maximum clearance height is 6 feet, 5 inches due to low areas throughout the parking facility.
Note: From time to time, it becomes necessary to convert “unreserved” stalls to “reserved”. Please pay attention to signage to avoid parking in reserved stalls.
Emergency assist station
The garage is equipped with a panic alarm system that is electronically monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by Security in the Building Control Centre.
Emergency assist stations are identifiable by their bright yellow colour and are located on all levels of the garage. The green button connects directly to an attendant in the Parking Office. The larger red button links to Security who will respond to emergency situations.
A sophisticated network of closed-circuit cameras monitors activity in the parking garage and elevator lobbies at all times.
In an effort to encourage and facilitate environmentally responsible driving, Brookfield Place offers reserved parking for carpool participants, hybrids and AutoShare on P1. To learn more or sign up for carpooling, visit www.smartcommutetoronto.ca and complete the Carpool Registration form on the building website. Autoshare is an alternative to traditional car rental.
Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations
14 Complimentary Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations are located in our Ecozone on P1.
Low Energy Lighting
To conserve energy, the lighting system in the parking garage has been retrofitted with dimmable ballasts and motion sensors thereby reducing the need for continuous illumination of unoccupied areas.
Contactless pre-paid parking
Brookfield Place is pleased to offer our occupants contactless ticket dispensers and pre-payment parking options.
For pre-paid parking, it’s as easy as:
To pre-pay for parking, please click here or visit axiis, Bay Wellington Tower Channel. Restrictions may apply.
Visitor parking payment options
Credit card, Interac, and debit payments are available at all pay stations.
If using cash, bring your parking ticket to Parking Elevator Lobby on Parking Level 2 in either Bay Wellington Tower or TD Canada Trust Tower and pay at the Pay Station. Cash payment is not available at the exit.
Please remember to keep your ticket with you. Parking guests must insert the ticket into the exit terminal for the gate to automatically lift, allowing vehicles to exit.
Alternatively, users can insert a single credit card upon entry and departure at the exit terminal to complete a paid transaction. Once approved, the gate will automatically lift to allow you to exit the parking garage.
Our team will assist you with unlocking your vehicle in case you’ve locked your keys inside.
Sometimes emergencies happen, you can call us for a complimentary battery boost.
A complimentary windshield fluid top-up is offered to all parking garage users.
Please call the Parking Office at 416-777-6468 or through the Pay Station intercom to arrange any of these services.
Complimentary windshield washing and tire inflation courtesy stations are conveniently located throughout the parking garage.
Complimentary ValetAssist parking is available from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. weekdays, on the P1 level, adjacent to the Wellington Street ramp.
Brookfield Place has approximately 1,450 spaces conveniently located in the underground parking garage. It features four levels of parking for both Tenant and visitor use with access available from Front and Wellington Streets. The parking garage is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The maximum vehicle height allowed is 1.98 metres or 6 feet 6 inches.
Indigo Park is an independent parking management company presently under contract with Brookfield to operate the parking garage at Brookfield Place. You may contact them in the Parking Office at 416-777-6468, via email at email@example.com, or visit the Parking Office on P1 Level directly adjacent to the Bay Wellington Tower parking elevators.
Parking personnel and hours of operation
Although the parking garage at Brookfield Place is fully automated, parking staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide assistance.
Tenant and visitor parking
Tenant and visitor parking are accommodated on all levels. Parking elevators provide access to Ground and Concourse floors of TD Canada Trust Tower and Bay Wellington Tower, as well as the ground floor of Sam Pollock Square.
Visitors have the option to insert a credit card instead of taking a ticket upon entry, but please note that any parking validations provided by Brookfield Place Tenants require customers to provide a ticket.
The building is equipped with a security system, which is monitored 24-7 and has the following features:
Spaces are limited to the number entitled under each tenant’s lease specifications. However, should additional spaces be available, they will be on a month-to-month basis with a thirty- (30) day cancellation notice provision. All monthly parking charges will be included in your rent schedule and are due on the first day of each month.
All monthly parking permits must be requested in writing through 2 Queen Street East Management Office. Please contact the Property Management Office for further details. (Lease restrictions may apply).
Please note: any parking cancellations, lost or replacement permits must also be reported to 2 Queen Street East Property Management Office. A fee will be applied to replacement transponders.
Emergency Assist System
Our garage is equipped with a duress or panic alarm system that is electronically monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by our Security Department.
This system provides the capability to instantly pinpoint the zone from which an alarm has originated so that our Security Department can immediately be dispatched to assist you on a priority basis. Each column, containing the Emergency Assist System, is equipped with a panic alarm button which when activated, set off strobe lights and the closest security camera will automatically zoom in on the area.
In addition, the Security Department will be alerted and immediately dispatched to your location. The panic alarm columns are also equipped with audio capabilities that, when pressed, will connect you directly to our Security Department.
If You Have Locked your Keys in your Car
We can arrange for an off-site locksmith to assist you. This service is available on a user-fee basis. To arrange for this service, please contact 310-SERV or ask Security.
If Your Car Battery Needs a Boost
A complimentary battery boost service is available to all tenants. If you are in need of this service during regular business hours, please call Parking at 416-368-8531. After hours, please pick up one of the Courtesy Phones in the parking elevator lobby.
An innovative program that allows two or more employees to car pool is available. Participants share the cost of a discounted monthly random parking rate, but enjoy the benefits of using the ‘EcoZone’ reserved parking, located in a premium area beside the south parking elevators on the P1 Level of the parking garage.
AutoShare is a car sharing program that has hybrid vehicles available for rental. The vehicle is located near the south parking elevators on P1. For information, please contact AutoShare directly at 416-340-7888 or visit their website at www.autoshare.com.
There are approximately 450 spaces in an enclosed parking garage. It features three levels of parking for both tenant and visitor use. There are two parking garage entrances/exits; one on Richmond Street (westbound only) and one on Adelaide Street (eastbound only). The parking garage is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Adelaide Street entrance and level P1 of the parking garage have 7 foot or 2.2 meters clearance. The Richmond Street entrance and levels P2 to P4 have 6 foot 6 inches or 2 meters clearance.
Parking Personnel and Hours of Operation
Although the parking garage is fully automated, parking staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide assistance.
Tenant and Visitor Parking
Tenant and visitor parking are accommodated on all levels. Parking elevators provide service to the ground and concourse floors.
Both parking entrances are accessible 24 hours a day. If the garage doors are closed they will open automatically as the weight of your vehicle activates a pressure pad below the asphalt surface. For safety reasons, pedestrians should never walk down the parking ramp.
Call the Parking Garage Site Manager at 416-368-8531 or visit their website at www.impark.com.
Parking Office is located on the P1 Level directly adjacent to the north parking elevators.
For daily customers, there are two methods of payment when exiting the garage.
Security officers are on duty at the Building’s Security Console and tour throughout the property and garage twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The Building also utilizes closed circuit surveillance cameras throughout the building as well as two-way radio communication
While security officers, closed circuit cameras and the maintenance staff can provide basic protection for the Building, security is everyone’s responsibility and your cooperation and vigilance is essential.
Each tenant can be effective in preventing the loss of valuable personal and company property by careful observance of these procedures:
You may request additional checks of your offices by contacting the Property Management Office.
Parking Garage Emergency Duress System
This security system includes custom-designed duress/information stations as well as a number of new cameras placed throughout the parking complex. The cameras which are being used to monitor the parking complex are also connected to the new duress station’s emergency buttons and are being monitored by security twenty-four hours a day. Once an emergency button is pressed, a blue beacon above the unit will flash and the nearby camera(s) will immediately turn to the area of the activated duress station and subsequently record all activity in the area of the occurrence. Security will simultaneously be notified and will respond via the intercom in the unit as well as dispatch security personnel to assist.
The duress/information stations are located at a number of locations throughout every level of the parking complex including the parking elevator lobbies. The units in the parking garage are clearly visible and readily identifiable from most places in the parking garage as there is a blue beacon light mounted to the ceiling above each unit. The units are stainless steel and are clearly marked with the words “Emergency Assist Station” across the front panel. The lower portion of the unit has two buttons on it. The smaller silver button on the left is marked “Information” and is to be used to contact parking or security staff via the internal intercom for non-emergency-related situations. The large red button on the lower right side of the unit is marked “Emergency” and should only be used to notify security staff of emergency situations.
Should you have any questions about this new system or any other security-related matters, please feel free to contact Eric Kilchling, Assistant Manager, Security & Life Safety at firstname.lastname@example.org
If You Have Locked your Keys in your Vehicle – Complimentary service to unlock your vehicle is available to all patrons of the parking garage. If you are in need of this service, please call the on-site Parking Office at 416-862 6304 or through the Pay Station intercom located in each Parking Elevator Lobby.
If Your Vehicle Battery Needs a Boost – Complimentary battery boost service is available to all patrons of the parking garage. If you are in need of this service, please call the Parking Office at 416-862 6304 or through the Pay Station intercom located in each Parking Elevator Lobby.
If Your Vehicle Windshield is dirty – Complimentary Self Serve windshield fluid is available to all patrons of the parking garage
Tire Inflation and Windshield Stations – Complimentary windshield washing fluid and tire inflation courtesy stations are conveniently located on level A.
Green Amenities at First Canadian Place include:
Car Sharing Partnership – In an effort to encourage and facilitate environmentally responsible driving, First Canadian Place has ZipCar vehicles (including at least 1 hybrid) available on level A.
Valet Parking – Complimentary ValetAssist parking is available from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays, on level A.
Park&Win Loyalty Program
What do HD TVs, iPods, Dyson vacuums and air multipliers, Gift Cards and GPSs have in common? They’re just some of the exciting prizes you could win by being a regular monthly parker at one of our ParkServe garages – our way of saying thank you for your loyalty and we’re glad you’ve got a spot with us. Each month, the names of all loyalty members are automatically entered into a draw, with a different prize awarded each time. Whether your parking status is new, existing, or coming up for renewal, the prizes are great and the odds of winning are even greater.
Commissioned by BFPLTO, Tepkik, a 100-foot-long site-specific sculptural work by visual artist Jordan Bennett, graced the Allen Lambert Galleria at Brookfield Place Toronto from July 30 to August 24, 2018, with a striking visual representation of the intersection of Mi’kmaq ancestral and contemporary traditions. Shortlisted for the 2018 Sobey Art Award, Bennett finds inspiration from images and stories created by the practice of artfully removing rock to create a petroglyph. Tepkik draws on the Mi’kmaq petroglyph that depicts the Milky Way, which has been found on the rocky shores of the lakes and rivers at Kejimkujik National Park in Nova Scotia.
Bennett’s work employs both large, printed fabric panels and highly reflective surface elements. The piece creates a link to Mi’kmaq ways of being and understandings of our known universe by presenting a visual conversation exploring Mi’kmaq creation stories.
Jordan Bennett’s largest piece to-date, the sweeping, colourful Polysilk fabric panels used in Tepkik will transport visitors into the realm of the night sky, bringing the stars and stories of our galaxy into view at any time of day. The installation title, Tepkik, is a Mi’Kmaq word for “night”, reflecting on the creation stories that are told through the stars in the sky. Historical references to the sky, land, and our galaxy are illuminated by Bennett’s bright treatment of colour, both traditional and pop, as well as his interpretation of Mi’kmaq quillwork patterns and motifs. By pushing his limits and employing new materials in his art practice, Bennett has given a new forum for these oral traditions to be told and shared. Using over 200 ft of Polysilk fabric and custom reflective vinyl typically used for road signs, Bennett uses contemporary materials to evoke cultural markers of the past.
Tepkik was presented at Brookfield Place New York in the summer of 2019 and was a featured exhibition of The National Gallery of Canada’s Abadakone / Continuous Fire / Feu Continuel in the fall of that year.
About the Artist:
Jordan Bennett is a Mi’kmaq visual artist from Stephenville Crossing, Ktaqamkuk (Newfoundland). He lives and works on his ancestral territory of Mi’kma’ki in Terence Bay, Nova Scotia with his partner in life and art Amy Malbeuf. Jordan’s ongoing practice utilizes painting, sculpture, video, installation, public art and sound to explore land, language, the act of visiting, familial histories and challenging colonial perceptions of Indigenous histories and presence with a focus on exploring Mi’kmaq and Beothuk visual culture of Ktaqamkuk. In the past 10 years Jordan has participated in over 90 group and solo exhibitions nationally and internationally, as well as created numerous public art commissions. He has been the recipient of several awards and honours most notably short listed for the 2018 Sobey Art Award, long listed for the 2016 and 2015 Sobey Art Award, a Hnatyshyn Foundation REVEAL award and presented with the 2014 Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Councils Artist of the Year. Bennett holds a BFA from Sir Wilfred Grenfell College, Memorial University and an MFA from The University of British Columbia, Okanagan.
Little Cloud and three friends are spent their lazy days of summer hanging out in the Allen Lambert Galleria in August 2019. Presented by BFPLTO, Into the Clouds featured four large-scale inflatable clouds created by the Los Angeles based visual arts collective FriendsWithYou.
The cloud has been a recurring image in their work – an enduring symbol of love and light. By animating these simple forms with universally recognized human expressions FriendsWithYou continues to promote a positive message of happiness in their work and connectivity in the world.
About the Artists
Since founding their collective in 2002, works by Samuel Borkson and Arturo Sandoval III have been exhibited nationally and internationally including Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Art Basel in Miami Beach; Dallas Contemporary; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; The High Line, New York; The Indianapolis Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, and the Oakland Museum of California.
Brookfield Place presents World Press Photo, a traveling exhibition of prize-winning images assembled by organizers of the world’s largest and most prestigious annual press photography contest. The exhibition is held every October in the Allen Lambert Galleria, a showcase for creativity in photojournalism and a platform for developments in the profession. For over 60 years the World Press Photo contest has encouraged the highest standards in photojournalism. The contest creates a bridge linking the professionals with the public. As the announcement of the winners makes headlines around the world, so the inspirational role of photojournalism is highlighted to an audience of hundreds of millions.
All the prize-winning photographs are assembled into an exhibition that travels to 45 countries over the course of a year and published in a yearbook. Over two million people visit over a hundred different venues to see the images, and the yearbook is published in seven languages and distributed worldwide.
The contest is judged by leading experts in visual journalism who represent various aspects of the profession. The composition of the jury changes from year to year, they operate independently, and a secretary who has no vote safeguards the fair and balanced judging procedure. To learn more about World Press Photo, visit www.worldpressphoto.org
World Press Photo is run as an independent, non-profit organization with its office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where World Press Photo was founded in 1955.
Contactless ticket dispensers have been installed at entry points within the Brookfield Place parking garage. Simply wave to dispense your daily parking ticket. For more information, contact the Parking Office at (416) 777-6468.