The Globe’s new headquarters on King Street East, a state-of-the-art space for leadership, innovation and debate
The Globe and Mail, Canada’s foremost news media company, is launching a state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility designed for leadership, innovation and debate. Crowning The Globe’s new corporate headquarters in Toronto’s King East Design District, The Globe and Mail Centre will become a platform for Globe programming.
The elegant facility offers a striking and sophisticated new option for brands, organizations and individuals seeking flexible event and meeting space. Situated on the top two levels of The Globe’s new home at 351 King Street East, just minutes from the downtown core, The Globe and Mail Centre is now accepting bookings for events beginning May 1, 2017.
“The Globe and Mail continues to evolve with our audience and is excited to offer an elegantly designed space as a way to engage and connect with our community. The Centre will function as a hub for thought leadership and a destination for informed Canadians to congregate, debate and interact,” said Phillip Crawley, publisher and CEO of The Globe and Mail.
The event venue was designed to serve The Globe and Mail’s needs as a media group as well as the diverse potential requirements of its clients and guests. With its purpose-built flexible spaces and breakout meeting rooms, The Globe and Mail Centre can accommodate up to 400 people for events including conferences, weddings, gala dinners or smaller-scale executive meetings. Equipped with the latest digital AV technology and refined executive-level furnishings, the space features dramatic floor to ceiling glass and a backdrop of the city skyline and Lake Ontario. A large outdoor terrace offers 180-degree views of Toronto’s downtown skyline to the west, Lake Ontario and Toronto Islands to the south and the city’s rapidly transforming east end.