TORONTO — The $29-million revitalization at Toronto’s Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) has been completed.
It includes an extensive kitchen renovation and culinary upgrade, which will be “fully realized” Nov. 1. The new 14,000-sq.-ft. space will feature new equipment, a bigger pastry kitchen and video presentation capabilities for cooking demos.
Further changes to the conventions centre include enhancements to the North building’s meeting rooms and redesigned conference rooms in the South building to provide more flexible meeting spaces.
“We invested in these upgrades to remain competitive as a meeting and convention facility,” said Barry Smith, MTCC CEO. “The enhancements create a contemporary look to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, heighten our green commitment, provide clients with the new technologies essential for today’s convention environments and improve our guests’s culinary experience by promoting the fresh, homegrown tastes of Ontario.”