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100 University Avenue

Entertainment District, Toronto, ON

Features of 100 University Avenue

Total Size
282,901 sqft
Year Constructed
Building Class

About 100 University Avenue

Located on the south-west corner of University Avenue and King Street West, this Class ‘A’ office building is a 12-storey office tower totaling 278,000 square feet with 24-hour on-site security.

This office tower offers the following unique and sustainable competitive advantages:

Recent and Complete Building Retrofit From 1994 to 1996, the Property was stripped back to its base concrete structure and completely rebuilt to its current modern and bold design. New, top quality systems were installed in the building, along with a new Brazilian granite facade. The only building system that was not replaced at that time was the elevator system, which has been refurbished in 2009/2010.

Unique Design / Location Designed by renowned architect Boris Zarafa, the building’s exterior is universally recognized and well known due to its prominent exposure along both University Avenue and King Street West. With the Financial Core to the east and the Entertainment District to the west, the property is uniquely positioned to take advantage of the views and amenities of both areas. The St. Andrew subway station is at the door of the property, providing access to both public transit and to the PATH system. Union Station is one subway stop or a five minute walk south from door to door.

Efficient Floor Plate The property benefits from a double central elevator banking system (seven elevators in total) that is efficient for full floor tenants yet enables private elevator access for half floor tenants and direct elevator exposure for all tenants in multi-tenant layouts. Thus, the building can easily and efficiently accommodate tenants from 5,000 to 23,000 square feet per floor.

Companies at 100 University Avenue

CIBC Branch & ATM Bank Finance

The Neighborhood: Entertainment District

Entertainment District
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