We’re delighted to report that York Heritage, in partnership with Adgar Investments & Development, has made another acquisition in Liberty Village. A deal for the purchase of 2 Fraser Avenue, formerly the Canada Bread building, closed recently. It's 102,000 square feet (divisible to ~52/50,000 sf or potentially smaller uses) of unique commercial space. Please contact Chris Tambakis at (416) 416-941-9211 (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Bob Eisenberg at (416) 484-1250 ext. 220 (email@example.com) for a tour.
More than 35,000 Canadian lives are lost each year due to cardiac arrest. It can strike anyone, anywhere, at any time. While many of us have training in performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and would put that training to use in an emergency situation, we've gone a step further in improving the chances of saving a life by installing Automated External Defibrillator's in York Heritage buildings. Combined with CPR, the use of an Automated External Defibrillator can increase the likelihood of saving a person's life by 50% or more over CPR alone.
All York Heritage buildings have recently received 'certification of compliance' from Air Quality Engineering Inc. for meeting comprehensive air quality standards. The certificate identifies building management's commitment to maintaining indoor air quality excellence. The AQE Quality Program assesses office areas from an air quality perspective and compares them to Canadian and international air quality regulations, guidelines and standards.
Like many of you, we became committed to environmental stewardship a number of years ago. Making the commitment both at home and at work has become very important to the vast majority of us, and that is why we thought you might appreciate knowing more about the green steps we've been taking at all York Heritage buildings. York Heritage joined the green revolution on matters relating to water and energy efficiency, waste management and procurement choices a number of years ago.
There’s a real down-to-earth feel to the workspaces at the Carpet Factory. A sense that no matter how committed we are to our careers, we’re also people too. People like my employees and clients, who appreciate high ceilings and exposed brick, convenient access to parking and public transit, and the opportunity to work and play in one of Toronto’s fastest-growing creative communities. It really is a great place to attract the right people for me to grow the business.” –Owner, Jam Direct
We consider ourselves very, very fortunate to be part of the Toronto Carpet Factory community. In my view the building and its operators set the standard for brick and beam in this city. My staff loves both the space and the location in the heart of the emerging Liberty Village area. Treatment by the landlord’s staff is highly professional and responsive. The owners make every effort to protect and enhance both the building itself and the community of businesses it serves, and that effort is greatly appreciated. Top notch, all around."–President, Cormex Research
11 Church Street has it all – character, location and excellent management. It is conveniently located on the fringe of the business district – close enough without being too close. Restaurants, theatre, shopping, transportation and the St. Lawrence Market are just around the corner. The building is well maintained and is decorated to enhance its unique characteristics such as high ceilings, original brick walls and exposed beams, providing both character and atmosphere for our employees. Complement all of these factors with a friendly, caring and efficient management team and we have a very special work environment to offer to our employees.”–President and CEO, CAPREIT