As the primary gateway to the Toronto PATH system, and with direct access to the city’s subway and GO trains, the Royal Bank Plaza's concourse attracts impressive foot traffic on a daily basis. The TTC alone has an annual ridership of 43 million, and the complex is located at the centre of the highest concentration of daytime population in the GTA, with over 220,000 daytime workers within 1 kilometre. Royal Bank Plaza customers have been strategically coordinated to appeal to discriminating urban professionals and visitors to downtown attractions.
Royal Bank Plaza’s new 535-seat food court will allow customers to choose from several distinct dining environments, and its retail concourse levels are comprised of a vibrant mixture of stores and services, including the first Brooks Brothers store to appear in Canada, as well as a modern LCBO location.
In 2015, Royal Bank Plaza made history by becoming the first office bank tower in Canada to obtain LEED-EB Platinum Certification through a number of energy savings and cost effective measures, which further distinguished its presence among other towers.