Originally the site of the Canada Post Delivery building, Air Canada Centre has used parts of the original building in its east and south sections. Air Canada has a 20-year agreement for the naming rights to the building. The arena's Galleria is the main entrance and features food courts and retail shops. Air Canada Centre also has 1,020 club seats and 150 luxury suites, in addition to a Molson microbrewery on site. The Rogers Media Centre provides up-to-the-minute sports results and news. The arena also is home to the Maple Leafs. Adjacent to the arena is Maple Leaf Square, a $500 million commercial, residential and entertainment complex that opened in 2010.
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40 Bay St. Toronto, ON M5J 2X2
From the east: Take Highway 401 West to DVP South to Gardiner Expressway to Yonge Street exit. Go west on Lakeshore to York Street.
From the west: Take QEW East to Gardiner Expressway to York Street North.
There are 13,000 parking spaces within walking distance. Underground public parking is available 24 hours at Maple Leaf Square, 15 York St. The entrance is off York Street and Bremner Boulevard.
Fans may take the Yonge/University subway line to Union Station, which is within easy walking distance to Air Canada Centre. Call the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) for more information at (416)-393-4636 or visit the Toronto Transit Commission website. Fans from outlying areas of Metro Toronto can take GO Transit to Union Station. Contact GO Transit information at (416) 869-3200 or (888) 438-6646, or online at the Go Transit website.