KPMG Tower by SmartCentres
KPMG, a leader in audit, tax and advisory services, has put down roots in the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre. KPMG is the lead tenant in the 365,000 square foot Class-A office building owned by SmartCentres
The VMC is one of Canada’s largest master planned communities, complemented by a world-class transit system offering residents and businesses seamless connectivity throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Line 1 Extension and the new Viva Bus Rapidway on Highway 7 are up and running.
The VMC offers unprecedented access to multi-modal mobility, office space, and urban amenities and housing. This is attracting talent and Class A companies.
These employers include KPMG, which has located more than 600 staff in the VMC’s first office building, the 15-storey KPMG Tower at SmartCentres Place. Other tenants include Miller Thomson, GFL Environmental Inc. and Harley-Davidson Canada. PwC is anchoring a new mixed-use space next door.
Strategically located in one of Canada’s largest economic hub in southern Ontario, the VMC will redefine the 21st-century downtown and be a destination of choice for businesses and residents in the GTA and beyond.
The Vaughan Metropolitan Centre – it’ll move you!
Explore the VMC with our interactive map. Fly through the city to discover its incredible districts and buildings.
The highly contemporary Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station is an artistic jewel on Toronto Transit Commission’s (TTC) Spadina Subway Extension project.
The new TTC subway terminus at Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) is fostering a wave of development proposals in the nascent Downtown for the suburban city to the northwest of Toronto. Among the latest to land at Vaughan’s planning department is for Block 3, a site south of Highway 7, with Commerce Street limiting it on the west and south, and Interchange Way on the east.
Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) Station, the terminal station of the Toronto York-Spadina Subway Extension was completed and opened to the public in December 2017. This exciting addition to Toronto’s Line 1 will offer a memorable commuter experience that’s also responsive to the emerging urban centre in the City of Vaughan.
The following is a statement delivered by Vaughan Mayor Maurizio Bevilacqua to celebrate the City of Vaughan winning the Ontario Traffic Council’s Project of the Year Award for the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre (VMC) Mobility Hub.