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In the heart of Toronto’s exciting downtown, connected to everything.

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49 Ontario St.
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Rogers Centre

At the intersection of business and art

When it comes to doing business in Canada, it’s hard to beat Downtown Toronto and its many diverse districts. As well as being the country’s business and financial hub, it’s also an international centre for design and a global destination for entertainment.

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In Toronto a lot of things are going right, we’ve got an incredible cultural fabric here bringing a lot of exciting ideas.

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Corrine Dorazio

Vice President, Leasing

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CN Tower
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49 Ontario St.

The perfect place to grow

Toronto is a global city which grows by tens of thousands every year, as people from around the world choose it as their new home. A business in the downtown core places you in a perfect location along major corridors, which means more foot and motorist traffic than anywhere else in the country, plus easy access to a rapidly expanding transit system and highways.

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Spadina Quay Office Complex – 10 Lower Spadina Ave.

Diverse and connected

Toronto’s diverse, globally connected and highly educated workforce is the reason for the city’s economic prosperity and reputation for innovation. Just as Toronto is celebrated for its diverse population, it’s known for its many diverse neighbourhoods. Whether you’re minutes from bustling Yonge & Bloor and the exclusive Yorkville neighbourhood or steps from Toronto’s lively and beautiful Harbourfront.

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212 King St. W

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425 Bloor St. E.

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10 Lower Spadina Ave.

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349 Carlaw Ave.

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49 Ontario St.

Bring on bold ideas

We’re not afraid to think big, invest early or take the path less travelled. Our innovative investments are transforming urban life in smarter, better ways.

Building better communities

From sustainable building practices and community engagement to ethical corporate governance, we aim to make a positive impact wherever we operate.

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