A Company with History
More than one hundred years ago, a celebrated Canadian and entrepreneur named William Mackenzie helped found the Sao Paulo Railway, Light, and Power Company. Over the next 80 years, it and other companies founded initially by Mackenzie and then by the group he created, came together to under the same umbrella, managing utility assets for both Canada and Brazil. In 1979, the Brazilian assets were split off to be run by Brazilian interests and the company moved forward with its efforts in Canada. Renamed Brookfield Asset Management in 2005, the company now has more than 175 billion dollars of real assets, plus 24,000 employees in locations throughout 20 different countries around the globe. With its headquarters still firmly rooted in Toronto, it remains a pillar of Canadian work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit, both of which you can experience first hand when you make a reservation at one of the hotels near Brookfield Asset Management in Toronto.
A Business Model You Can Trust
It doesn’t matter if you are traveling as an investor interested in working with the company or an new employee heading to the HQ for a meeting or event, booking a room at the hotels near the Brookfield Asset Management will put in the perfect spot to become part of a company you can be proud to get behind. Because they operate assets that focus on renewable energy, real estate, and infrastructure, their business model is simple and clean. They work for you and their assets at the very same time, keeping an eye on the bottom line while encouraging the health and longevity of each asset. You’ll be hard pressed to do better than that, as an investor or an employee.
When Your Work is Done
Take advantage of the great location you get from staying with one of the hotels near Brookfield Asset Management in Toronto and get out into the city to see the sights, hear the sounds, and taste the cuisine. Start right on site at the Brookfield Place, home to the headquarters itself, and enjoy great food, shopping, arts, and events. When you’re read to branch out and stretch your legs, head over a couple of blocks to the CN Tower for a bird’s-eye view of the city or watch a big name concert just across the tracks at the Air Canada Centre. Hop on Gardiner Expressway heading west and watch a rugby or soccer game at BMO Field or head down to the shore of Lake Ontario for great restaurants, parks, and events. Whatever your pleasure, when your business is done, you’re going to have the time of your life by staying at hotels in Toronto.