First Canadian Place

Toronto, Ontario

Located in downtown Toronto, First Canadian Place (FCP) is an impressive 2.8 million sq. ft. office, banking, shopping complex and parking. With 72-storeys, the office tower has remained unchallenged as the tallest office building in Canada since it was constructed in 1975.

First Canadian Place is a certified green building with a Gold level of certification in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance program.

As a Class AAA office complex with 3-levels of over 120 stores, restaurants, and services First Canadian Place is also considered one of Canada’s premier business addresses. Also, over 21 million people visit First Canadian Place annually. The word impressive succinctly describes First Canadian Place. The main entrance lobby features 23-foot high ceilings lit with Italian crystal chandeliers and walls clad in rare marble.

Since 1975, FCP has been considered ahead of its time - exceeding building code requirements and operational standards, while also providing the most comprehensive array of tenant services and amenities.

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Building details

Hours of operation

Management office

Monday to Friday
Saturday and Sunday

8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Closed

Office tower

Monday to Friday
After hours, weekends, statutory holidays

7:30 AM to 6:00 PM
Passcard access only

Retail

Monday to Friday
Saturday and Sunday

9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Optional

Parking garage

Monday to Sunday

 24 hours

Neighbourhood amenities

  • Union Station
  • Eaton’s Centre
  • St. Lawrence Market
  • Toronto Court House
  • City Hall
  • Brookfield Place
  • Multiple TTC stations
  • Bay Adelaide Centre
  • Financial District
  • St. Michael's hospital
  • SickKids hospital
  • Roy Thomson Hall
  • Walking and biking trails
  • First Canadian Place
  • Yorkville

Meet our team

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Kevin Hallford
General Manager

416-862-6938
kevin.hallford@brookfieldproperties.com

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Lucie Bisson, Director, Retail

416-862-9918
lucie.bisson@brookfieldproperties.com

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Fernando Dias, Senior Manager, Operations

416-862-6076
fernando.dias@brookfieldproperties.com

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Paul Parent, Manager, Security & Life Safety

416-864-6513
paul.parent@brookfieldproperties.com

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Certificates and designations

Leading the charge in best-in-class building operations and sustainable practices, it’s always good to be verified. What does that mean? Well, it means we pursue certifications like LEED at our landmark addresses to show you we are operating sustainably. We’ve earned BOMA 360 designations throughout all of Canada to confirm that our building operations are best in class. More recently we’ve had our entire Canadian portfolio WELL Health-Safety Rated™ to confirm that we put our tenants’ health and safety first.

First Canadian Place is:

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LEED EB:OM

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WELL Health-Safety™ Rated

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BOMA 360 designated

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Sustainability at First Canadian Place

Our largest single-tower asset, First Canadian Place is a shining example of sustainable solutions applied at a large scale.

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Sustainable features and amenities

In the community

  • Annual Earth Hour participant
  • Annual participant in GRESB Real Estate Assessment
  • Sustainability lifestyle content on axiis by Brookfield Properties
  • Supported 58 charitable organizations in 2022 via Brookfield Cares
  • Brookfield Properties employees raised over $115K in donations in 2022

On-site conservation

  • FSC Certified paper products
  • Safe Flight Migratory Bird protection program

Transportation solutions

  • Ecozone in parking garage with EV charging stations
  • State of the art bike parking facility

Certifications

    • WELL Health-Safety Rated™
    • BOMA 360 designated
    • LEED® EB:OM Gold
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Wellness

The wellness, health, and safety of our tenants are of the utmost importance. As such, our Wellness Program is now fully virtual to ensure everyone at First Canadian Place has an opportunity to stay fit and healthy wherever your work takes you!

Visit the axiis Tenant App to view our monthly wellness programing including yoga, pilates and meditation.

Time

Tuesdays at 12PM and Thursdays at 5PM for live-stream yoga

Wednesdays at 12:45PM for a Pilates Mat class

Fridays at 12:30PM for afternoon meditation

Service requests

We deliver the highest quality of services to our tenants. By utilizing the Angus Anywhere software platform to respond to tenant service requests, our customer service representatives manage service and maintenance requests 24/7.

Whether a light is out, or experiencing a power issue, dealing with a small spill or a large leak, tenants can be assured that their service requests will be resolved quickly and thoroughly. Available in app, online and by phone, submitting service requests is quick and simple.

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Fire, life & safety

Our security teams are led by professionals with years of frontline experience in security, policing and fire protection and prevention. Know that when you’re at First Canadian Place we have your safety and security in mind. We’ve already thought of what could go wrong be it fire, theft or pandemic and planned for it. So you don’t have to.

As a cornerstone of our emergency management planning, we offer the highest level of prevention measures. Through long-term planning and the use of enhanced technology, our team works to address the ever-changing security and life safety needs of our properties.

At all of our properties we offer security at your fingertips. Integrated with axiis, the LiveSafe mobile platform gives app users the opportunity to report incidents and emergencies safely and securely. Whether being stuck in an elevator or encountering suspicious activity, tenants can speak directly to a security guard and receive updates about the incident report. The process is simple and intuitive. We take the well-being of our tenants and partners seriously, that’s why we put security at their fingertips.

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Parking at First Canadian Place

Our collection of parking amenities is designed to ensure a comfortable start and end to the work commute. Bright and spacious parking garage and bike storage facilities, complimentary services, and eco-friendly options, will welcome patrons to a whole new class of parking.

With approximately 1000 underground parking stalls, the garage has eleven levels of parking for daily and monthly use for both tenants and visitors.

The entrance to the underground garage is accessible from both Adelaide St. and York St. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Maximum vehicle height allowed is 1.95 metres or 6 feet 5 inches.

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Parking Rates

Reserved: $619.47 + HST $80.53 = $700

Unreserved: $398.23 + HST $51.77 = $450

Overnight unreserved: $125.67 + HST $16.33 = $142.00

Transient Parking Rates - Weekdays

$6.00 per 20 minutes or less Monday to Friday, 5AM – 6:30PM, to a $30.00 daily maximum, then

$2.00 per 20 minutes or less Monday to Friday

$40.00 daily/evening combined up to 24hrs

Transient Parking Rates - Weekends/Holidays

$12.00 flat rate  – up to 24hrs

Please note

All monthly parking permits must be requested in writing through the Parking Office. Please contact the Parking Office for further details. (Lease restrictions may apply).

Cash and the following credit cards; Visa, MasterCard and American Express, are accepted at all eight pay stations located in the parking elevator lobbies. Both exit terminals will also process credit cards transactions.

Any parking cancellations, lost or replacement permits must also be reported to the Parking Office.