O&B Hospitality to Operate Scotia Plaza

 

KingSett Capital has partnered with premiere restaurant and event group and caterer Oliver & Bonacini (O&B) Hospitality to manage and operate the 20,000-square-foot 68th floor at the top of Scotia Plaza in Toronto’s Financial District.

The new space, which is expected to open by June 2025, will include a 10,000-square-foot meeting and event space available to both tenants and outside parties and a 10,000-square-foot exclusive tenant amenity area with incredible views of the city.

The northern portion of the floor can be custom-configured to accommodate various event types, such as conferences, town halls, classroom-style learning, corporate social events, and luxurious weddings for up to 250 guests, all of which will be exclusively catered and managed by O&B Catering.

“We are thrilled to bring our signature brand of hospitality and restaurant-quality food and beverage service, not only to the 68th floor, but to all tenants of Scotia Plaza,” said Andrew Oliver, president and CEO of O&B.

Located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, Scotia Plaza is a Class ‘AAA’ office complex comprised of three integrated buildings and more than 2.2 million square feet of space. This complex is home to the global headquarters of Scotiabank and was the first major Zero Carbon – Performance Standard certified commercial building in Canada. Scotia Plaza is owned by KingSett Capital.

“We continually strive to improve our assets and provide our tenants with extraordinary work environments,” said William Logar, chief asset management officer at KingSett Capital.  “At Scotia Plaza, we are building on Zero Carbon Certification and other previous improvements to create a best-in-class amenitized space on the top floor. This will provide our tenants with a unique environment to meet their evolving expectations of the workplace.  We are excited to partner with the O&B Hospitality Group to create this extraordinary amenity space for everyone at Scotia Plaza.”

 

 

 

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