After 45 years in the financial district, the Toronto Region Board of Trade (the Board) announces that 100 Queens Quay East will be its new home.
In partnership with Menkes Developments Ltd. (Menkes), TD Greystone Asset Management and CBRE Ltd, the 25-storey office building which features approximately 690,000 square feet of Class “AAA” space, is the first phase of Menkes’, 4.6 million square foot mixed-use community on the waterfront – Sugar Wharf.
The Board is taking approximately 90,000 square feet in this tower that will not only be the future home of the Board but its trade services arm, the World Trade Centre Toronto (WTC-T) too.
“Toronto Region Board of Trade’s city-building mission and history of advocacy are continuing drivers of our City’s success on the global stage,” said Peter Menkes, president, commercial/industrial at Menkes in the press release.
“We are humbled that Jan De Silva and her team share our vision for both 100 Queens Quay East and the emerging technology, arts and business ecosystems on the waterfront.”
Designed by B+H Architects, the building will feature an enlarged, corporate event space with an outdoor terrace overlooking the city, as well as an enhanced workspace for Board members.
The move is scheduled to take place in 2022.