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Building Availability

1189 King Street West
Deemed Area: 3,192 sf
Availability: Immediate
Net Rental Rate: $40 net/sf
Additionals: $14.68/sf (2020 est.) + Utilities
Features: Corner retail with large patio. Also expandable to 5,200 sf. High ceilings. On King streetcar line. Please contact arlin.markowitz@cbre.com for additional info or a tour. Might consider office use.

67 Mowat, Suite 405
Deemed Area:
6,279 sf
Availability: Immediate
Net Rental Rate: $32 net/sf
Additionals: $14.68/sf (2020 est.)
Hydro: $2.15/sf (2020 est.)
Features: Highly desirable combo of private offices and collaborative space. West view, 18’ ceilings, kitchen, mezzanine, large boardroom.

67 MowatAbove Grade
Deemed Area: 990 sf
Availability: Immediate
Net Rental Rate: $32 net/sf
Additionals: $14.68/sf (2020 est.)
Hydro: $2.15/sf (2020 est.)
Features: Classic brick & beam space with high ceilings, operable windows, hardwood floors.
 
67 MowatLower Level
Deemed Area: 2,000 sf
Availability: Immediate
Net Rental Rate: $23 net/sf
Additionals: $14.68/sf (2020 est.)
Hydro: $2.15/sf (2020 est.)
Features: Bright lower level space.

67 Mowat – Above Grade & Lower Level
Deemed Area: 660 sf
Availability: Immediate
Net Rental Rate: $32 net/sf
Additionals: $14.68/sf (2020 est.)
Hydro: $2.15/sf (2020 est.)
Features: Perfect size for a start-up or Liberty Village satellite.

Sublets
Sublet spaces available in various sizes – 660 sf – 12,000 sf. Please contact Sander@yorkheritage.com for details.

Features

Technology

Liberty Village is Toronto’s most wired community with extremely fast, secure and economical connectivity. Located on the 4th floor of 67 Mowat Ave., Beanfield Metroconnect serves as a high capacity, building-centric Internet Service Provider with a fibre optic network running throughout the Liberty Village community.

Sustainability

We like to think we’ve been practicing environmental stewardship since we bought our first heritage building in 1980. Sustainability has always made sense to us and it has always been a part of the way we work. We have programs in place to handle water and energy efficiency, waste management and green procurement. We’re careful to follow strict recycling practices for paper, cardboard, glass and cans. We partner with iRecycle Computers to responsibly dispose of unwanted computer and electronic equipment to ensure they’re diverted from landfill. We have installed permanent recycling bins at the Carpet Factory for small e-waste, and we continue to offer routine collection of large items. We collect batteries and light bulbs as well. We made the switch to energy efficient lighting a number of years ago. We installed new boilers at the Toronto Carpet Factory a few years ago and we’ve been delighted with the improvements we’ve seen in energy efficiency. We are members of Smart Commute Toronto so we can offer and promote sustainable commuter options and initiatives. York Heritage Properties became bullfrogpowered™ in 2008. We chose to bullfrogpower our corporate office (Suite 340, 67 Mowat Ave.), the Toronto Carpet Factory management office (Suite 100, 67 Mowat Ave.), and the Resource Centre at the Toronto Carpet Factory with 100% green electricity. A few Carpet Factory tenants have opted into the program as well. We aim for the continuous improvement of our environmental performance.

Liberty Village

Liberty Village has become the address that forward-thinking companies want on their letterhead – companies like II BY IV Design, Mosaic, Jam Direct, Softchoice, Faulhaber Communications; companies that can afford to be anywhere are choosing Liberty Village. The area represents one of Toronto’s fastest-growing employment centres, an indication of its appeal. Liberty Village is a former industrial and manufacturing area only a few minutes from Toronto’s downtown core. While the early 20thcentury buildings have been converted to modern office and commercial spaces, the surrounding brownfield lands have undergone high-density residential development. An exciting community of new-culture companies is located here – some of the most innovative and dynamic businesses of the 21st century. The sense of community, feeling of security and campus-style office accommodation make it easier to recruit and retain employees, a fact noted by many of the large corporations in the area. Canada’s only non-retail Business Improvement Area (BIA), in partnership with the City, has brought street improvements, sidewalks, trees, way-finding signage, annual street parties… a sense of community.

Partners

York Heritage Properties

York Heritage Properties acquires, renovates, retrofits and manages architecturally interesting older buildings in Toronto to provide a dignified, sophisticated alternative to conventional office space. For more than 25 years, the company and its dedicated principals and team have worked actively and enthusiastically as restorers and renovators of designated heritage structures and architecturally significant older buildings in the City of Toronto.

Hullmark Developments

Hullmark is a real estate investment and development company that is committed to shaping a vibrant and transforming urban Toronto. The Hullmark team are city builders and city dwellers, and they believe in the potential of Toronto. They are passionate about designing and enriching the places we invest in and call home.

Contact

To find out more information about the Toronto Carpet Factory or to set up an appointment to view, please contact:

416 533 3000
info@torontocarpetfactory.com

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