A building standard sign program has been established for the main lobby directory, elevator lobby and at your premise entrance, which must be adhered to. Please complete a Tenant Sign Requisition Form and return as indicated.
It is important that you enter the exact wording and punctuation, as the signs will be ordered exactly as they appear on the form. Please note that it will take approximately three (3) weeks from the time the signs are ordered until they are delivered to the building. Unless otherwise stipulated in your lease, the cost of all signs is a tenant’s expense.
Please note that no signs and lettering shall be inscribed, placed or affixed in the leased premises interior or exterior of the building unless authorized in writing by the First Canadian Place Management Office.
- Exterior Signage
Retail tenants are entitled to post, at their own expense, a sign in front of their premises to identify their business. The sign must be approved in writing by the Project Manager Construction Service (Retail) prior to installation. The sign must comply with all by-laws, regulations and any governing authority and shall, at all times, be maintained by the retailer.
- Interior Signage
Retail tenants are not allowed to post names, advertisements, sale signs or decals to the windows or doors of their retail premises. No handmade signs, paper posters or other such materials should be taped or tacked to windows, sales counters pillar, etc. Professionally produced signs displayed in proper holders will be permitted. Please contact the Director, Shopping Centre if you require further information.
Unless approved, all signage and advertising are required to be kept within the store premises at all times and cannot block the store entrances.
- Shopping Centre General Signage
Sign holders placed throughout the retail common area and at the building's entrances are the property of First Canadian Place. These fixtures are strictly for the use of the building's advertising and promotions and they are not for the personal use of the retail or office tenants.
- Retail Housekeeping
Clean up and repairs are to be undertaken when necessary. Maintaining clean windows and fixtures inside the premises is the responsibility of the retail tenant.