Parking Near Scotiabank Arena


25 York Street, Toronto ON M5J 2V5

Closest parking near the Soctiabank Arena is located directly in Maple Leaf Square, at the intersection of York Street and Bremner Blvd with a 2-minute indoor walkway to the Scotiabank Arena front entrance. The parking lot is steps away from Union Station, Aria Ristorante, Real Sports Bar and Grill, and E11even


Scotiabank Arena Parking Details

Parking Lot Type
Underground parking garage


  • Indoor walkway to the front entrance of the Scotiabank Arena with a walking arrival time of 2 minutes. View map.

  • Windshield washing

  • Jockey service

  • Parking staff for assistance

  • EV Charging Stations

Parking Lot Entry and Exit
Located in Maple Leaf Square beneath the Telus House.

Parking Office
Phone: 416-272-7745

Overnight Parking
3 day overnight parking maximum.

Accessible Parking

Parking Levels

Height Restrictions
6' 6" or 1.9 meters

Venues Within 2 Minutes Walking Distance
Aria RistoranteReal Sports Bar & GrillE11even, Union Subway Station, Starbucks, Booster Juice, Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square, Longos, LCBO, TD Bank, Hoops Sports Bar and Grill, Subway, Delta Toronto Hotel, Hasty Market, Pita & Grill, Taco Del Mar, Panago, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium, Evviva Restaurant, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Lucky Clover Irish Sports Pub, Taverna Mercatto, Char No. 5 Whisky

Scotiabank Arena Parking Location Images

Below are images of the entrance and exit of the of the parking lot near the Toronto Scotiabank Arena.

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About Scotiabank Arena

Scotiabank Arena is Canada’s premier sports and entertainment venue and home to the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, NBA’s Toronto Raptors and the NLL’s Toronto Rock.

Owned and operated by MLSE, Scotiabank Arena opened its doors in February 1999 as Air Canada Centre (February 1999 to June 2018). The arena was renamed Scotiabank Arena on July 1, 2018 and has been recognized with more than 40 industry awards highlighting the venue’s security, accessibility, fan service, environmental commitment, sales and box office service. It has also hosted over 39 million fans at over 2,600 events including multiple NHL and NBA playoff runs, the 2016 NHL World Cup of Hockey, 2016 NBA All-Star Weekend, 2015 IIHF World U20 Championship, 2003 Liberal Party Convention and 2000 NHL All-Star Game. In 2015, the venue unveiled Scotiabank Arena ICONS, a program and permanent fixture commemorating the venue’s rich entertainment history through artist recognition. 

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About Menkes developments

Menkes Developments Ltd. is an award-winning, fully integrated real estate company involved in the construction, ownership and management of office, industrial, retail and residential properties. Founded in 1954, the company is one of the largest private developers in Canada with a primary focus in the Greater Toronto Area. Menkes is known for its innovative, multi-disciplinary approach and particularly for its expertise in large-scale, mixed-use development. Past projects include the Empress Walk entertainment, shopping and residential complex in North York City Centre, the Four Seasons Hotel & Residences in Bloor-Yorkville and two landmark projects in Toronto’s South Core district, 25 York (TELUS House) office tower and the two million square foot Harbour Plaza Residences / One York commercial retail complex. The company’s latest project is a proposed waterfront community on an 11.5 acre site in downtown Toronto, which will be anchored by a new two-acre park. For more information about Menkes, please visit and follow us on twitter @MenkesLife.

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About Precise ParkLink

Precise ParkLink is a leader in the Canadian Parking Industry. With over 25 years of experience in the Canadian parking market, they have become a complete turnkey parking solution as they bridge the gap between parking operations, parking equipment, parking construction and maintenance, and parking revenue financial services- a claim no other Canadian parking organization can make. 

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