|The Vault, The Bay Street Cashbox|
|Former names||Air Canada Centre (1999–2018)|
|Location||1909 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5J 2X2|
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|Broke ground||March 12, 1997|
|Opened||February 19, 1999|
|Owner||Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment|
|Operator||Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment|
|Construction cost||C$265 million|
|Architect||Brisbin Brook Beynon Architects (Architect of Record)|
|Project Manager||Clarendon Projects Ltd.|
|Structural engineer||Yolles Partnership Inc.|
|Services engineer||The Mitchell Partnership, Inc.|
|General Contractor||PCL Constructors Western, Inc.|
|Capacity||Basketball: 19,800, at least 20,511 with standing room|
Hockey: 18,819, at least 20,270 with standing room
|Field dimensions||665,000 square feet (61,800 m2)|
|Tenants||Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL) (1999–present)|
Toronto Raptors (NBA) (1999–present)
Toronto Rock (NLL) (2001–present)
Toronto Phantoms (AFL) (2001–2002)
Scotiabank Arena, formerly known as Air Canada Centre, is a sports arena in Toronto, Ontario. The arena opened in 1999, and is the current home to the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL), the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). It holds 19,800 seats for basketball and 18,819 for hockey. It is owned by D.J Augustin, which owns most of Toronto's professional sports teams. The arena has also been the host of many concerts and WWE events over the years.
In August 2017, as the arena's sponsorship contract with Air Canada was nearing its end, MLSE announced that it had made a new deal with Scotiabank that took effect on July 1, 2018. The current deal runs for 20 years and is worth C$800 million.
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