EASY ACCESS NO MATTER YOUR MODE OF TRANSPORTATION
Our meeting rooms and event spaces are conveniently located at 150 King Street West on the 16th and 27th floors. The building occupies the block between University Avenue and York Street on the north side of King Street.
We are in the financial district (next door to the Exchange Tower) yet only steps from the entertainment district including theatres, Roy Thomson Hall, the Opera House and walking distance to both the Air Canada Centre and the Rogers Centre. We have direct subway to our building via St. Andrew station.
Main Reception Desk
The Club Suite: Rooms S1 – S7
The Conference Center: Rooms L1 to L6
The Management Suite: Room M1
The Conservatory Suite: Rooms C1 – C2
The Garden Suite: Rooms G1 – G10
The Financial Suite: Rooms F1 – F5
The Executive Suite: Rooms E1 – E3
Enter from the left lane off York Street (one-way northbound).
Weekdays (7am – 7pm) – $18
Weeknights (7pm – 7am) – $6
Weekends (Saturday 7am – Monday 7am) – $7
Enter from the right lane of University Avenue (southbound) at Front Street. Taken the lane under the “Front St./Eastbound sign and look for the down ramp to the left. After entering, drive to the far end (north) and go to the upper level before parking. The staircase entrance to King Street will bring you to street level right across King Street from the Sun Life Tower.
Enter from the right lane off Adelaide Street (one-way eastbound). There is an aboveground parking garage on the south side of Adelaide between John Street and Simcoe Street.
Weekdays (7am – 6pm) – $14
Weeknights (6pm – 7am) – $10
Weekends (Saturday 7am – Monday 7am) – $5
Enter off Wellington Street (one-way westbound) under Roy Thomson Hall. This is the underground parking for Roy Thomson Hall just west of Simcoe Street off Wellington Street. After parking, walk through the Roy Thompson Hall box office onto King Street and follow the signs to the St. Andrew’s subway.
Weekdays (6am – 6pm) – $15
Weeknights (6pm – 6am) – $5
Weekends (Saturday 6am – Monday 6am) – $10
From right lane of University Avenue southbound, turn right onto Pearl Street. Our look-alike neighbour at 200 King Street West has one level of pay and display parking. We are located across University Avenue in the Sun Life Financial Tower. Space may be limited if arriving after 8am. There are reasonable evening rates.
Weekdays (6am – 6pm) – $20
Weeknights (6pm – 6am) – $6
150 King Street West sits atop the St. Andrew subway station at University Avenue and King Street. This station is very convenient for those coming downtown on the University Line or by looping around Union Station on the Yonge Line. The east-west 504 King Street street-car also stops at St. Andrew’s station. For more information, view the TTC routes here http://www.ttc.ca/
Vantage Venues is just a short five-minute walk up York Street or University Avenue from the west end of Union Station. Our building is located on the north side of King Street between York Street and University Avenue. Our address is 150 King Street West. Look for our street signage. For more information, view the GO Transit schedules here http://www.gotransit.com/publicroot/en/schedules/quicktables_union.aspx
Vantage Venues is located within three short city blocks of seven major downtown hotels. We are also connected to the PATH, Toronto’s underground walkway which links all major buildings in the downtown core. Many guests attending meetings and events at Vantage Venues can walk underground to us from their own downtown offices. Click here https://web.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/visitor-services/path-torontos-downtown-pedestrian-walkway/ for more information on Toronto’s underground PATH walkway linking 28 kilometres of shopping, services and entertainment.
Vantage Venues has direct elevator access from the lobby to both the 16th and 27th floors, and there are no stairs in any of other meeting and event spaces. All parking facilities in the area also have elevator access from their underground lots to the ground floor. If you need additional assistance, please contact us to make the necessary arrangements.
Any person wishing to provide feedback to us about the manner in which we provide service to people with disabilities may do so in a variety of ways, including, in person, by telephone, in writing by email or hard copy.