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Home to a large number of older loft construction buildings originally designed for warehousing and light manufacturing purposes, most of the buildings in the area have been renovated to accommodate commercial office tenants. The space often appeals to businesses in creative fields such as software development, web design, architecture, design, marketing, advertising, communications, publishing and film production. In addition, many new residential condominium buildings displaying a variety of innovative architectural designs are now dispersed within or planned for the area.
Within easy walking distance are: the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, Second City, dozens of Restaurants, Cafes and Bars, the Club District, Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts), the Air Canada Centre (home of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Raptors), shopping in the renowned Eaton Centre or on eclectic Queen Street, the CN Tower, Scotia Bank Centre (Paramount Theatres, Imax and Chapters), The Financial Core, University of Toronto and the world-renowned Hospitals of University Avenue.
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|704 New||4,144||Immediate||Negotiable||A rare opportunity to occupy space on the top floor of one of the finest classic brick and beam buildings in the Entertainment District. This space features sand blasted brick and timber construction, huge operable windows, hardwood floors and open concept layout. The building is completely renovated including upgraded life safety, 2 passengers and 1 freight elevator, and high speed internet. Each suite has independently controlled heating and cooling.|