The Tower Building

The Tower Building is heritage landmark located at the north west corner Adelaide Street West and Spadina Avenue. It has undergone a major retrofit, upgrading the building’s systems to modern standards while maintaining the integrity of its original architectural design. Tenants enjoy high ceilings, hardwood floors, graceful concrete columns and large, thermal glass windows that open. All life safety systems have been upgraded and heating and cooling is provided by an energy efficient heat pump system that allows each suite to control its own temperature. There are two completely refurbished passenger elevators and a freight elevator. High speed internet connectivity is available from most leading providers. There is a roof top patio with free Wi-Fi available to tenants. The building is accessible from a number of public transit routes and it is within easy walking distance of the University Ave. subway line and Union Station. The Landlord is able to provide some paid monthly parking nearby. Bicycles and dogs are welcome.

Harry Glicksman

Leasing Contact
Capitol Buildings

416 930 0432

Harry Glicksman

Leasing Contact
Capitol Buildings

416 930 0432

Harry Glicksman

Leasing Contact
Capitol Buildings

416 930 0432


Available Suites

Suite 1000

Size: 12,115 sf
Availability: February 1, 2024

Neighbourhood

Home to many 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 buildings often appeal to businesses in creative fields such as software development, web design, architecture, design, marketing, advertising, communications, publishing and film production. Many new residential condominium buildings in the area are home to a large pool of talented Home to many 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 buildings often appeal to businesses in creative fields such as software development, web design, architecture, design, marketing, advertising, communications, publishing and film production. Many new residential condominium buildings in the area are home to a large pool of talented employees, drawn to the cultural amenities of the surrounding Entertainment District, that staff these businesses. Within easy walking distance are: the Royal Alexandra Theatre, the Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thompson Hall, dozens of Restaurants, Cafes and Bars, Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays), 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, the Financial Core, University of Toronto and the world-renowned hospitals of University Avenue.
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