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Waterloo Innovation Network
I have seen the name on the building flyer at least a couple of months but SOTI is opening an R & D space in the Waterloo Innovation Network.


Lots of the space is leasing quickly :
Yeah, it's neat watching my old RIM building (7) fill up, and get new signs outside: HockeyTech, and RealtyDen.
(10-20-2015, 10:53 AM)Section ThirtyOne Wrote:
(10-17-2015, 01:42 PM)rangersfan Wrote: Further details for the Idea Quarter:

The description of 'Factory Square' reminds me much of the former Nortel campus on Dixie Road. If it plays out as described, sounds like it would be a great place to work.


Big Road is poised to see significant growth this year and will be moving to the Waterloo Innovation Network.

Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
Looks like Brenda Halloran has moved on from the Waterloo Innovation Network.

The WIN has been very quiet over the past year, they don't even seem to have an official website.
Has anyone ever seen this render of the Waterloo Innovation Network before? Is this project still alive?


There is an article about the WIN's expansion plans from Oct 2017 that has a render that could be one of the buildings picture in the link above.

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