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137 Glasgow St, Kitchener
Developer: Kurtis Mcbride, Voisin Capital and Osmington
Project: Redevelopment of 475 000 Sq ft into an Internet of things incubator. This will also be the new home of Miovison. Included in the project are plans for a brew hub, restaurant, coffee roaster, and cafe, indoor bike storage, gymnasium and squash courts. The cost of buying the property and redevelopment is pegged at 55 million dollars.

This is great. I wonder if work has started on the re-purposing yet?
Exciting to hear about this project. I've looked at this site foryears as being full of potential. I'm glad to hear about the trail connections.
Internet of Things you say....

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Various photos of the place here.

Nice indoor station for LRT phase 4.
In terms of live/work/play, the Trio on Belmont apartments seem like a better idea than ever, even if the "play" still needs more work.
Communitech has leased 60,000 sqft in this building, likely to expand their presence to include hardware startups.
That is a pretty sizeable chunk, especially considering their expansion at the Tannery.
Between this and the 130,000 square feet for Miovision, almost half the total space is spoken for! Communitech should be a big boost to attract other tenants.
From http://catalyst-137.com/early-catalyst13...warehouse/

Scheduled to open in the summer of 2017, Catalyst137’s early confirmed tenants include Miovision, Alert Labs, FoxNet Solutions, MyShop Makerspace, Sigmapoint Technologies, Snap Pea Design, SPIN , and Swift Labs.
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