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The second phase of construction will include capital improvements to the 100 Level concourse and the introduction of the new MNP Pass Social Club

Last year, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE) announced the $350 million Scotiabank Arena Reimagination project, a multi-phased renovation featuring significant enhancements to virtually all corners of the arena including concourses, premium clubs, suites, technology as well as retail and food and beverage spaces. Today, the organization is beginning the second phase of construction covering an all-encompassing design makeover of the 100 Level concourse and building a brand-new luxury club space. As the arena undergoes this new phase of construction, the venue will remain open at full capacity for all scheduled events.

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Coming Summer 2024

100 Level Concourse

Full renovation of the 100 Level concourse with a new contemporary and fan-friendly design. The concourse design will be dynamic with screens, beacons and hubs that transform to fit the look, feel and energy of the event within it.

Self-Checkout & Just Walk Out Concessions

Modernized concession stands, transforming eight kiosks into grab & go style markets. The frictionless experience will be complemented with traditional counter service enabling fans to transact faster, spend less time waiting in lines and more time enjoying the event. These markets will feature fresh local food offerings representing the rich diversity of the city alongside arena staples and favourites.

Real Sports Apparel

The expansion of Real Sports Apparel with an additional retail store on the 100 Level concourse for an extended sports merchandise and fan shopping experience.

Molson Brewhouse

The Molson Brewhouse in the south 100 level concourse will feature the historic postal building windows as a breathtaking backdrop and enhanced LED lighting.

MNP Pass Social Club

An all-new premium members space, MNP Pass Social Club, on Event Level where members become part of the action as they get an exclusive up-close view of players entering the bowl from the locker room while they dine in Scotiabank Arena’s newest premium restaurant. This club will feature high-end design and finishes steps away from their seats.  

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Hot Stove

Refreshed Hot Stove restaurant on the 200 Level including a new dedicated entrance from the second floor of the Galleria directly into the steakhouse’s front lounge. Hot Stove offers a contemporary steakhouse design that seamlessly blends with its historic charm and is open to all ticket holders for pre-event and event dining.

Completed Summer 2023

Mastercard Lounge

An all-new Mastercard Lounge - a first-of-its-kind shared members space overlooking the bowl from the south-west corner of the 200 Level with a premium viewing and dining experience. The Mastercard Lounge taps into the fans’ desire to push the traditional boundaries of the viewing experience and integrates Mastercard’s multisensory strategy by engaging fans’ senses for a heightened game viewing experience. The space features a modern ambiance as well as all-inclusive dining and an interactive Chef’s Table, inspired by a daily menu of Canada’s most premium ingredients created by Michelin Star trained chefs.

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Mastercard Executive Suites

A complete floor to ceiling remodel of all Mastercard Executive Suites with new high-end finishes, stone accents, enhanced in-suite technology, convertible accessible seating as well as vaulted ceilings to expand the viewing area of the bowl.

Scotiabank Arena Art Collection

Recognizing Toronto as a hub for arts and culture, the Scotiabank Arena Venue Reimagination project looked to reflect this within the venue in the heart of the city with a one-of-a-kind museum-quality art collection. The collection showcases sport, music, and history telling the story of the rich diversity of Canada. It features 76 commissioned art pieces to date, ranging from photography to mixed media, created by 34 artists representing diverse communities. 

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Just Walk Out

The addition of two concession marketplaces with Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology. Scotiabank Arena is one of the first Canadian venues with this technology—and the first in Canada to offer two concessions with the technology—which was developed using artificial intelligence including generative AI, as well as computer vision and deep learning techniques. Grains and Greens (100 Level) and Molson Market (300 Level) have eliminated checkout lines for an effortless experience. Fans enter the marketplaces using their credit card at the entry gate, and the technology detects what fans take from or return to the shelves and creates a virtual shopping session. When fans complete their shopping experience, they leave the store without waiting in line. Their payment of choice is automatically charged.