Toronto, November 15, 2010 - Envision IT is excited to announce the launch of the new public website developed for the Toronto-Dominion Centre. The Toronto-Dominion Centre, owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited, encompasses an unrivalled six tower, six acre complex that is situated at the very heart of Canada’s financial capital. Surrounded by a thriving international business and banking district, it is home to many of Canada’s most important firms and over 20,000 office citizens. The dynamic new website is geared towards tenants, service providers, brokers, the media and general public. The site features illustrations by acclaimed artist Bruce Roberts that effectively capture the life and energy of this remarkable community.
Developed on Microsoft SharePoint 2007, the site will serve as a customizable template for 8 websites that are being created for Cadillac Fairview properties around the country. Visitors to the site can easily find information on property services and amenities, upcoming news and events, retail job availability, appropriate departmental information and green initiatives. An intuitive tenant directory allows visitors to search for tenants by name or category, and includes full contact details and web links. An interactive Silverlight floor plan provides access to the over 75 shops and restaurants in the retail concourse.
For potential tenants and brokers, the office availability area of the site is remarkable in its very simplicity. Users can see up to date availability by building and suite, and can download floor plans and photos of individual suites. Maintaining the list of available suites is easy for content authors who complete an online form to create web pages that display both immediate and future availability. The Envision IT Extranet User Manager enables easy management of Extranet user accounts so that tenants with the appropriate permissions can publish retail job postings and store promotions.
All in all, the new Toronto Dominion Centre website serves not only to enhance the image and personality of the property, it promises to be a great source for information, and a driver for growth.