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TD Canada Trust Tower  - 161 bay street - everything you want to know about... TD Canada Trust Tower - 161 bay street - everything you want to know about... Document Transcript

  • 1 Centre of Gravity Heart of Business 161BayStreet
  • 2 12Space Matters 04Be The Best 14OPPORTUNITY 05Enhance your Brand 06YOUR WORKPLACE HIGHLIGHTS 10GETTING HERE ChangeYour Perspective
  • 3 16SUSTAINABLE INTELLIGENCE 07WORLD CLASS SERVICE 18CUSTOMER CENTRIC 20OXFORD PROPERTIES
  • Letthebusinessworldknowyou’ve arrivedbyachievingahighlevel ofvisibility,prestigeandbrand recognitionthatis intrinsicinthe verymortarof161BayStreet. Youremployeeswillthriveat 161BayStreet. BeTheBest“Iwouldchoose161BayStreetoverany otherbuildinginToronto.” — Gerald Schwartz, Chairman and CEO, Onex Corporation
  • 5 Enhance YourBrand“IoftenworkwithCEOswhosay‘Findme abuildingthathasabrandprofilethatno otherbuildinghas,thatcanreallysetme apartontheglobalstageofbusiness.’” “TheTDCanadaTrustTower representsourbrandtoToronto andinmanyways,toCanada.” — Tom Vecchione, Senior Partner, Gensler Architects — Tim Hockey, President, TD Canada Trust
  • YourWorkplacehighlights 6 1,143,836 Building Area 24/7video monitoring system and on-site security staff Security System Parking Ratio 1:3,500SF 1,450 Parking Stalls 22,500SF Typical Low Rise Floor Plate LEEDEBGOLD Certification 2012 51 Number of Floors PathConnected with direct accesstoUnionStation FullService Concierge HVAC–Directdigital controlvavsystemapprox.36zonesperfloor Fullservicefoodcourtandamenitiesbaseincluding44retailers andrestaurants
  • 24/7 99% 95% WorldclassService Ofthosesurveyedwouldrecommend totheiremployerthattheystayat TDCanadaTrustTower* Overallsatisfactionwithfacility management,22%greaterthan industryaverage* Customercontactcentre knownas310.MAXX 7 *2012 Customer Satisfaction Survey completed by Altus Insite.
  • 8 Southwest view from 21st floor
  • 9
  • Getting here 161 Bay Street is situated in the heart of Toronto’s Financial Core with direct access to Union Station and GO TRANSIT services. It is also easily accessed from the Don Valley Parkway and the Gardiner Expressway making commuting easier for your employees. 10 1MINUTEWALKTOUNIONSTATION LESSTHAN5MINUTEDRIVE TOTheGARDINEREXPRESSWAY PATHCONNECTED TTC TTC TTC FRONT ST E W TATION KING ST E ADELAIDE ST E RICHMOND ST E QUEEN ST E YST BAYS YONGEST YONGEST CHURCHST VICTORIAST JARVISST JARVISST SHUTER ST CHURCHST TTC TTC TTC 161 BAY STREET HEART OF BUSINESS RESTAURANTS 1. Ki 2. Turf Lounge 3. Momofuku Shoto 4. Canoe 5. Far Niente 6. Vertical 7. Oliver & Bonacini 8. Beer Bistro 9. Blowfish 10.Origin 11.Trevor Kitchen and Bar 12.Gabardine 13.Biff's 14.Bymark 15. Reds 16.Jump HOTELS 1. The Fairmont Royal York 2. One King West 3. Trump International Hotel 4. InterContinental 5. The King Edward Hotel 6. Sheraton Hotel 7. Hilton Toronto 8. Ritz Carlton 9. Pantages Hotel 10.Shangri-La 11.Cambridge Suites 12.Victoria Hotel SITES OF INTEREST PRIVATE CLUBS 1. The Toronto Club 2. The National Club 3. Equinox 4. Toronto Board of Trade 5. Soho House 6. Albany Club 7. Financial Executives International 8. Economic Club of Canada 9. Adelaide Club 10.Toronto Athletic Club 11.Cambridge Club 12.Verity CULTURE 1. Design Exchange 2. Rogers Centre 3. Four Seasons Centre 4. Air Canada Centre 5. City Hall 6. Sony Centre 7. St. Lawrence Market 8. Roy Thompson Hall 9. Old City Hall 13 8 10 7 11 1 6 3 6 8 7 3 12 6 2 7 3 2 12 13 9 5 11 5 16 TTC Line TTC Station LEGEND TTC 9 2 1 1 TTC TTC TTC TTC FRONT ST W FRONT ST E WELLINGTON ST W UNION STATION BREMNER BLVD KING ST W KING ST E NIVERSITYAVE ADELAIDE ST W ADELAIDE ST E RICHMOND ST W RICHMOND ST E QUEEN ST W QUEEN ST E QUEENS QUAY W YORKST BAYST YORKST BAYST YONGEST YONGEST CHURCHST VICTORIAST JARVISST CHURCHST GARDINER EXPY LAKE SHORE BLVD W NORTH TTC TTC TTC TTC 161 BAY STREET HEART OF BUSINESS RESTAURANTS 1. Ki 2. Turf Lounge 3. Momofuku Shoto 4. Canoe 5. Far Niente 6. Vertical 7. Oliver & Bonacini 8. Beer Bistro 9. Blowfish 10.Origin 11.Trevor Kitchen and Bar 12.Gabardine 13.Biff's 14.Bymark 15. Reds 16.Jump HOTELS 1. The Fairmont Royal York 2. One King West 3. Trump International Hotel 4. InterContinental 5. The King Edward Hotel 6. Sheraton Hotel 7. Hilton Toronto 8. Ritz Carlton 9. Pantages Hotel 10.Shangri-La 11.Cambridge Suites 12.Victoria Hotel 13.Cosmopolitan COFFEE & CONVENIENCE 1. Starbucks 2. Starbucks 3. Starbucks 4. Aroma Espresso Bar 5. Sam James Coffee Bar 6. David’s Tea 7. Dinnen Coffee Co. 8. Mercatto SITES OF INTEREST PRIVATE CLUBS 1. The Toronto Clu 2. The National Clu 3. Equinox 4. Toronto Board of 5. Soho House 6. Albany Club 7. Financial Execut International 8. Economic Club o 9. Adelaide Club 10.Toronto Athletic 11.Cambridge Club 12.Verity CULTURE 1. Design Exchange 2. Rogers Centre 3. Four Seasons Ce 4. Air Canada Cent 5. City Hall 6. Sony Centre 7. St. Lawrence Ma 8. Roy Thompson H 9. Old City Hall 2 12 13 8 10 6 7 11 4 4 1 5 6 3 4 6 8 7 5 3 4 8 11 12 9 10 1 6 2 7 9 3 1 15 2 12 13 5 6 11 5 16 TTC Line TTC StationTTC 9 14 2 1 1 FRON WELLINGTO DUNDAS ST W QUEENS QU JOHNST BLUEJAYSWAY WIDMERST
  • TTC TTC TTC TTC TTC FRONT ST W FRONT ST E NT ST W WELLINGTON ST W UNION STATION ON ST W BREMNER BLVD KING ST W KING ST E KING ST W UNIVERSITYAVE ADELAIDE ST W ADELAIDE ST E ADELAIDE ST W RICHMOND ST W QUEEN ST W RICHMOND ST W RICHMOND ST E QUEEN ST W QUEEN ST E QUEENS QUAY W UAY W SIMCOEST JOHNST YORKST BAYST BAYST YORKST BAYST YONGEST YONGEST CHURCHST VICTORIAST JARVISST JARVISST SHUTER ST CHURCHST UNIVERSITYAVE ST.PATRICKST GARDINER EXPY GARDINER EXPY LAKE SHORE BLVD W BREMNER BLVD NORTH TTC TTC TTC TTC TTC 161 BAY STREET HEART OF BUSINESS 2 12 13 3 8 10 6 7 11 4 4 2 1 5 6 3 4 6 8 7 5 3 4 8 11 12 9 10 1 6 5 7 2 7 9 3 1 15 2 12 13 9 10 5 6 11 8 7 8 3 4 5 16 9 14 2 1 1 TTC RICHMOND ST E QUEEN ST E YONGEST CHURCHST VICT JARVISST SHUTER ST TTC SITES OF INTEREST 12 9 11 TTC Line TTC Station LEGEND TTC
  • 12 Space Matters Creating Connections Increasing Collaboration
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  • 14 OPPORTUNITY Thetimeisnow
  • 15 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 – High Rise 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 – High Mid Rise 25 24 23 22 – 2,158 SF 21 – 22,859 SF 20 – 22,727 SF 19 – 22,727 SF 18 – 22,727 SF 17 – 21,851 SF 16 – 22,164 SF 15 – 22,193 SF 14 – 22,193 SF 13 – 22,231 SF 12 – Low Mid Rise 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1– Low Rise Concourse Available June 1, 2015 MoreValueperSquareFoot • Reduce your area by 10-15% • Adopt new workplace strategies • Future proof your organization AttractandRetain • Support employees at the highest level • Operate in the best possible way • Realize the power of urban BuildingTransformsBrand • Set yourself apart on the global stage • Surround yourself with the best • Workplace well-being
  • 16 Oxford knows that sustainability is fundamentally about good business – respecting our stakeholders, the environment and the communities in which we do business. Oxford developed a program called Sustainable Intelligence™ to reduce corporate greenhouse gas emissions, conserve energy, and reduce waste and water consumption. Sustainable Intelligence describes every facet of Oxford’s approach to sustainability – from identifying opportunities and establishing goals, through to implementing plans and measuring performance. It embodies Oxford’s commitment to acting in the best interest of our shareholders, our customers, our communities, our employees and our future. In 2013, Oxford was awarded first place for sustainability performance in North America in the Diversified Office and Retail category, as measured and awarded by the highly regarded Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) survey. SUSTAINABLE INTELLIGENCE
  • 17 GreenInitiativesat161BAYSTREET Energy • Energy Star rating of 85 Waste • 85% Diversion Rate • Sophisticated Waste Management program that includes organics, e-waste, battery & fluorescent tube recycling programs Tenant Engagement Program stats • Green Team meetings in place since 2012 • 70% tenant participation in Green Team meetings (based on building square footage) • Over 3,000 engaged in 2013 lobby campaigns (Gear up to Less Energy and Oxford Recycles) • Over 18% reduction in workspace devices left on after the Gear up lobby event BuildingAwards • LEED Canada EB:O&M Gold (2012) • Recycling Council of Ontario Award – Silver (2013) Operational improvements have increased occupant comfort and satisfaction, while improving the energy performance and environmental footprint of the building. These efforts include: • Efficient lighting and lighting controllers • Best-in-class energy and water metering systems • Water efficient fixtures More information on our Sustainable Intelligence program is available at: www.oxfordproperties.com/sustainable
  • 18 “We’reconstantlykeepingthecustomer atthecentreofourfocus,toensurewe’re alwaysdeliveringapositiveexperience.” — Christopher Lieb, General Manager, Oxford Properties Centric Customer
  • 19 In terms of service innovation, Oxford was the first real estate company in North America to implement a 24/7 national customer contact centre, known as 310.MAXX. In addition to providing easy access for our customers, this robust platform assures resolution of issues and the data we gather allows us to proactively improve service through data-mining and the isolation of trends. Our experienced property management teams provide outstanding daily customer service to our customers’ employees. Oxford’s management platform is highly customer centric and built around the principles of accessibility and responsiveness. Our service is a true market differentiator. To that end, we are continuously innovating to serve our customers better. For example, we hold focus groups, and engage in a biannual national tenant survey to assess and benchmark our performance. We also request regular structured meetings with each of our tenants to better understand their unique service needs and requirements. At 161 Bay Street, when surveyed, 95% of tenants were satisfied with facility management which is 22% greater than industry average.* 99% of those surveyed would recommend to their employer that they stay in the building.* *3rd party independent survey, 2012
  • Established in 1960, Oxford is a global real estate investor, developer and manager, with distinguished portfolios in the office, retail, industrial, multi-residential and hotel sectors. Oxford is divided into three geographic regions, Canada, the US and the UK, each of which operates a vertically integrated platform. The executives who lead each region are all members of Oxford’s executive management team and its investment committee. Since 1960, we have assembled one of the world’s most enviable real estate portfolios with over 48 million square feet of commercial and residential property. Because the Oxford name represents the best in the industry, we place considerable importance on the selection of each property, on our ongoing capital reinvestment programs and on having the best team in the industry running our portfolio and properties. Our portfolio includes Office, Retail, Hotel, Multi-Residential and Industrial properties, as well as 6 million square feet of properties currently under development. To learn more visit www.oxfordproperties.com MNP Tower Vancouver, British Columbia 1250 René Lévesque Montreal, Quebec Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel Banff, Alberta OXFORD Properties
  • 21 Royal Bank Plaza Toronto, Ontario Centennial Place Calgary, Alberta London Wall Place London, England Hudson Yards New York, New York The Leadenhall Building London, England Yorkdale Shopping Centre Toronto, Ontario
  • 22 “Wewantedtheculturetobefromthe verybeginningthatweweregoingto operateinthebestpossibleway.We thoughtthiswasthebestbuildingin thecityandwewantedtobeinit.” — Gerald Schwartz, Chairman and CEO, Onex Corporation
  • Contact For leasing information please contact: Jamie Petch Director, Office Leasing 416.868.3607 jpetch@oxfordproperties.com Corporate Head Office Royal Bank Plaza, North Tower 200 Bay Street Suite 900 Toronto, Ontario M5J 2J2 Canada
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