TD Centre is proud to be home to a new art collection consisting of entirely Canadian artists. From Susanna Heller to Robert Houle to Stephen Andrews, you can visit these great works of art in all TD Centre tower lobbies or download the brochure here.
TD Bank has been collecting artwork from Canada's Inuit people from the Arctic region since the mid 1960s. This one-of-a-kind gallery features a selection of the bank's celebrated and extensive collection.
Located on the ground and Mezzanine levels of 79 Wellington St. West, the gallery is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free.
If you have any questions, please contact the TD Bank Visual Art Department at 416-982-8473.
At Toronto-Dominion Centre we have bike racks located at the entrance to each tower. A secured bike cage, located on the P1 Level of 79 Wellington St. West, is also available for tenants only.
For information contact our Parking Office at 416-366-1423 or email@example.com.
Located on P2 Level of 222 Bay Street, CleanCar Co. will not only wash your car while you're at the office or visiting a client, they will also detail it inside and out.
For more information about CleanCar Co.'s services contact them at 647-342-5740 or click here for their rate card.
A full-service Canada Post outlet is located in the concourse level of 77 King St. West.
Hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For further information, contact Canada Post at 416-360-7105 or visit www.canadapost.ca.
For over 25 years, the King Bay Chaplaincy has served the tenants of Toronto-Dominion Centre with generosity and friendship. Located on the concourse level of 66 Wellington Street West, King Bay Chaplaincy offers a strong support staff who hold daily lunchtime sessions.
Open to all, King Bay Chaplaincy is open Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information call 416-366-0818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe that tenancy at Toronto-Dominion Centre should come with a few front of the line privileges. Eservus provides access to shows, sporting events and the hottest concerts in town, not to mention discounts on car rentals and flowers.
Visit www.eservus.com for a list of tickets and discounts.
"The Pasture" created by famed Canadian sculptor, Joe Fafard, is seven life-sized cows that populate the grassy courtyard, bringing a sense of calm and beauty to this busy urban setting.
Located at 95 Wellington St. West, Kids + COMPANY is a full-service childcare facility for children of all ages.
For details call 416-863-6868 or visit them at www.kidsandcompany.com.
The Design Exchange, featuring the trading floor of the original Toronto Stock Exchange, is a great venue for special events, annual meetings, galas and receptions of all kinds.
For information about upcoming exhibits and special event bookings, call 416-363-6121 or visit www.dx.org.
If one dry cleaning option wasn't enough TD Centre offers two conveniently located dry cleaning services.
Flair Cleaners, located in the concourse level of the Ernst & Young Tower, provides top quality services at competitive pricing. For more information contact them at 416-203-9333 or visit them at www.flaircleaners.ca.
Greenspace+ & Parking
Located on the P1 Level of 66 Wellington St. West, TD Centre offers a greener way to commute with an onsite Electric Vehicle Charging Station and Zipcar car sharing.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations are located at spots 183 to 187 in P1 Red. This complimentary service is available to all TD Centre Parkers. *Note: a full charge will take 4-8 hours.
Zipcar car share has come to TDC with three vehicles located on P1 Red (spots 180 to 182). To become a Zipcar member, apply online at www.zipcar.ca
Located on the 36th floor of 79 Wellington St. West, The Toronto Athletic Club is Toronto's premier urban fitness facility.
Stratus Restaurant, an extension of the Club, is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and special events.
TAC is an exceptional place to work out, dine and relax. For information call 416-865-0900 ext. 5224 or visit www.torontoathleticclub.com.
Oscar Peterson Square
Toronto-Dominion Centre's outdoor courtyard was renamed and dedicated to Oscar Emanuel Peterson in 2004.
Situated at the very centre of Toronto's busy financial district, Oscar Peterson square is the ideal place to relax and recharge.
Book Your Event Today
At Toronto-Dominion Centre, a number of our tenants have the facilities and expertise to hold events large and small. If you're looking for the perfect downtown location to hold your annual Christmas party, charity fund drive or annual meeting, you'll find exceptional venues for all occasions. Contact one of our tenants listed below. They'd be happy to serve you.
Bymark is located at 66 Wellington Street West in the Toronto-Dominion Centre concourse and courtyard. Its design reflects the dynamic energy of the financial core, and its menu features classic cuisine with a contemporary touch.
Canoe Restaurant & Bar: 416-364-0054
Critically acclaimed to be among Canada’s best restaurants, Canoe’s unique location high above the TD Bank Tower affords a breathtaking view of the city. Canoe’s menu features the flavours and textures of Chef Anthony Walsh’s inspired regional Canadian cuisine.
The Duke of Devon: 416-642-3853
Delicious pub grub? Check. Cozy red velvet seating? Check. A huge and impressive selection of wine, beer and spirits? Triple check. Welcome to the Duke of Devon, your friendly neighbourhood pub in the heart of Toronto's Banking District.
The Design Exchange: 416-363-6121
The Design Exchange (DX) is North America’s premier design promotion centre. It features the original trading floor of the Toronto Stock Exchange as its centrepiece. DX is available for product launches, annual general meetings, elegant receptions, dinners, public events and film shoots.
Stratus Restaurant: 416-865-1924
Located inside the Toronto Athletic Club on the 36th floor of 79 Wellington St. West, Stratus Restaurant offers the perfect setting for weddings, meetings and all other special events.
When you visit Toronto-Dominion Centre, you are literally at the centre of Canada's cultural, business and entertainment district. To be more precise, you're within walking distance of Toronto's finest hotels, Roy Thompson Hall, a long list of Canada's finest restaurants, the Metro Convention Centre, The Princess of Wales Theatre, the CN Tower and Air Canada Centre, home to the Leafs, Raptors and big name concerts. Take a digital stroll through downtown Toronto via Google Maps by clicking on one of the maps provided below.