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Hardwood floors? Check. Exposed brick? Check. Natural light? Check. The 64,000 sq. ft. Murray Building, CSI’s newest location, gives you the perfect canvas to design the workspace that reflects your brand and personality, and to create the oasis from which your best work will emerge. Commercial leases currently available, apply here. Coworking coming in 2018. Want to book an event? Talk to our events team! And scroll below the photo for more information. Have a question about leasing? Send us an email to our leasing team!
24hr Office Access
- 510 Spadina Spadina and Sullivan
- 501 Queen Queen and Spadina
- 505 Dundas Dundas and Spadina
- 11 Minutes Union Station
- 21 Minutes High Park
- 29 Minutes Queen & Woodbine
- 31 Minutes Yonge and Eglington
LAND RIGHTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate is located on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. To learn more about the history of the land, the story of the Mississauga people and the challenges they face today,
We bought the 64,000 square-foot Murray Building with the help of 227 investors in our Community Bonds. This brick & beam beauty was built in 1920. Formerly a printing company, with a stint in the garment industry, the Murray Building is now home to a makerspace and dozens of organizations making cool sh*t happen.
Offices range from 300 to 900 sq. ft. and offices can also be combined to create the super office of your dreams. Some offices have en-suite washrooms and showers. Commercial leases currently available, apply here. Have a question? We want to hear from you! Call us at 416-853-8434 or send us an email.
We offer functional meeting rooms with loads of character and optional AV equipment located in the heart of a dynamic community of innovators and entrepreneurs. Book your next meeting at CSI!
192 Spadina is just steps from Queen Street West – included in Vogue’s 2014 list of coolest neighbourhoods, ooh la la – Chinatown and Kensington Market. The area is where many of Toronto’s creative types come to work, and with restaurants, bars, concert venues, nightclubs, bowling alleys, ping pong, billiards and tons of other entertainment you can play as hard as you work!