A centre of creativity, a full city block in size, originally built as a carpet manufacturing facility between 1899 and the 1920s. A historically listed, turn of the century office complex featuring several buildings clustered around internal courtyards and laneways. They feature high ceilings, exposed brick and beams with large, operable windows and extremely secure, economical internet connectivity. Companies in the Toronto Carpet Factory maintain that the nature and quality of the office accommodation have enhanced their ability to recruit and retain employees. Click here to view this location using Google Maps.
To find out more information about the Toronto Carpet Factory or to set up an appointment to view, please contact Sander Cruickshank (416) 484-1250.
If you are interested in other Liberty Village Area properties, you can also see the York Liberty Buildings, 2 Atlantic Avenue or 161 Liberty Street.
An AutoShare vehicle is available on site at the Toronto Carpet Factory. It's located near the base of the chimney in the courtyard at the rear of 67 Mowat Ave., ready to ride 24/7 for AutoShare members. There are also vehicles at over 75 other locations across Toronto, including one at Liberty and Jefferson. You'll find further details on their website or by calling (416) 340-7888.
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