Getting Here - Parking

Underground building parking

Paid parking is available underground in our building at 477 Richmond St. W.

The garage can be accessed on weekdays (Monday to Friday) between the hours of 8:30am to before 6:00pm. The in-building parking is not available on Saturdays.

The parking lot entrance is located on the west side of the building, on Brant St.
Brant is now a one way street going north so it can be a bit of a journey of one way streets depending on which direction you are arriving from.

  • Westbound on Richmond
    • Turn southbound (left) on Spadina Ave.
    • Turn westbound(right) on Camden St. Continue to the end of Camden St.
    • Turn northbound (right) on Brant St.
  • Eastbound on King St. or Adelaide St.
    • Turn northbound (left) on Brant St.

How do I access the garage?

Once on Brant the parking garage can be accessed in the last building on the east (right side) of the street. There are yellow pillars on each side of the entrance, which is a downward ramp leading to a large garage door. As you approach the door will open.

Where do I pay?

Once inside the garage you will see an empty attendant booth on the left. On the right, across from the booth is the machine where you input your license plate number and make payment.

Payment can also be made online at
The site code is 6031

Where should I park in the garage?

Do not park in the reserved parking spaces. Any other space is fine, but you may need to drive down a few levels until you find an empty space that is not reserved.

Near By Parking

There are Green P parking lots within 300 meters of the office, including:

If you have any questions, please call us at 416-703-2797.

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