Toronto

424 Wellington St. W.

Location

Spadina and Front

Size

9,000 Sq Ft approx.
Commercial Retail

Purchased

Summer 2017

Occupancy

Spring 2021

What used to be empty warehouses and lofts now houses established companies, high tech startups, the most talked about restaurants / bars and the perfect blend of retail. Centred along Spadina Avenue from Queen St in the North to Front St in the South lies the spine of an exciting and growing area – including the world renown King West mile – with a healthy mix of office, commercial and residential. The busy traveler can stay in the heart of it in boutique lodgings like the Thompson and the upcoming ACE hotel. New residential developments designed by world renown architects like Bjarke Ingels or within Toronto’s historic Waterworks building will be the new home for the professionals and creatives of Toronto. Within a short walking distance they can go from work to the unique shops along Queen St, buy their daily necessities and enjoy a sizzling nightlife. To the south “The Well” development will anchor the area with a 7.5 acre mixed use community creating a new vibrant gathering place for the neighbourhood.

St. Andrews Park

Fashion & Lifestyle

Spadina Avenue Corridor
Walking distance from the financial district but feeling a world apart.

What used to be empty warehouses and lofts now houses established companies, high tech startups, the most talked about restaurants / bars and the perfect blend of retail. Centred along Spadina Avenue from Queen St in the North to Front St in the South lies the spine of an exciting and growing area – including the world renown King West mile – with a healthy mix of office, commercial and residential. The busy traveler can stay in the heart of it in boutique lodgings like the Thompson and the upcoming ACE hotel. New residential developments designed by world renown architects like Bjarke Ingels or within Toronto’s historic Waterworks building will be the new home for the professionals and creatives of Toronto. Within a short walking distance they can go from work to the unique shops along Queen St, buy their daily necessities and enjoy a sizzling nightlife. To the south “The Well” development will anchor the area with a 7.5 acre mixed use community creating a new vibrant gathering place for the neighbourhood.