Originally home to the Viceroy Rubber Company and various industrial uses, The Planet is now a place where ideas are built. The spectacular four storey brick and beam building has been thoughtfully repurposed to preserve its original character and house a lively mix of commercial, cultural and community-serving tenants including Spaces, Freshbooks, Flow Water, F45 Fitness, the Inuit Art Foundation – and more.
The Junction neighborhood is named for the rail tracks that intersect therein – and The Planet is right at the heart of this convergence of energy, ideas and community. Nestled between the West Toronto Rail Path and residential Edwin Avenue, the project is uniquely positioned to serve and engage local residents and visitors alike. To help kick-start activity on-site, TAS hosted a series of community events including farmer’s markets, maker markets and movie nights for local neighbours in 2018 and 2019.
- 140,894 square feet over four storeys
- Approximately 4% ground floor retail and 96% office space
- An eclectic mix of 20 tenants
- Over 629 self-storage units managed by Apple Storage