Manulife Centre is

transforming

Construction starts early 2017

Redevelopment Updates


With redevelopment comes change. Stay current with the latest news.

We are sad to say goodbye to some of our Manulife Centre retailers…

  • Bloor Street Diner closed beginning of January
  • Quattro closed at the end of January
  • William Ashley will close in early-February

Some of our retailers will be moving to temporary spaces within Manulife Centre to help facilitate construction. Signage will be posted around the Centre to direct you to your favourite retailers.

  • The Bank of Montreal is currently preparing their temporary retail location
  • Nirvana Home Collection and Gobelins Linens will be opening in their temporary locations in early February

Construction to the exterior of Manulife Centre is set to begin in March on Bloor Street, prior to which protective scaffolding will be erected. Complete access to the building will remain open. During construction some of your usual pathways and entrances to the building may also be rerouted. We will make it a priority to communicate during construction to minimize disruption.

Urban Hotspot


Redefining Bloor & Better as your urban hotspot for shopping, dining and entertainment. A $100 million redevelopment of Manulife Centre will add 35,000 square feet of new retail space and will include a complete overhaul of the exterior of the Centre adding a glass façade and welcoming new retailers. Inside, there will be some reconfiguration of the Centre as well as the renovation of several of our key tenant spaces.

Welcome Eataly


We’re proud to welcome Eataly to Manulife Centre. Eataly, a vibrant Italian food marketplace including a mix of food market, restaurants, and eataries will span three stories for a total space of 50,000 square feet. Ours will be the first-ever Eataly in Canada. It’ll be like food shopping in Italy, but right here in Toronto.

We can’t wait.

Visit Eataly

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Landmark Transformation


“The transformation of this landmark property and the modernization at the corner of Bloor and Bay will build on the tremendous changes that are taking place in Yorkville,” said Kevin Adolphe, President & Chief Executive Officer of Manulife Real Estate. “Manulife Centre will feature a premier shopping experience and offer some of the most exciting dining in the city. We’re looking forward to bringing this to Toronto.”