550 - 554 Queen Street East, Toronto
Originally two 1920’s era warehouses now linked by a stunning 3 story glass atrium 550 – 554 Queen is the embodiment of the classic brick and beam style that remains popular today.
312 Adelaide Street West, Toronto
Built in 1895, this quintessential brick and beam property known as the Manufacturers Building was acquired and converted in to office space by WTF Group in the 1980s.
260 Richmond Street West, Toronto
Formerly Tip Top Tailors factory (and our original headquarters) this stunning midrise was constructed in 1914, carefully restored by WTF Group and acquired by the iconic media group CHUM Limited (CityTV, MuchMusic, CityNews.)
217-225 Richmond St. W, Toronto
Acquired and renovated by the WTF Group in the late 80s, The Gelber Building is a beautiful example of an early 20th century office building and is located on the corner of Richmond Street West and Duncan Street.
185 Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Completed in 1916, 185 Spadina was restored by WTF Group and updated to include a beautiful rooftop patio. Until recently it served as collaborative office space for IBM Canada.
147 Spadina Avenue, Toronto
Location. Location. This intimate two-story building is located on the high traffic corner of Spadina Avenue and Richmond Street West.
64 Jefferson Avenue, Toronto
In the early 1990s, with aims to revitalize the historic neighborhood of Liberty Village, WTF Group purchased 500,000 sq ft of raw cold storage space previously owed by Central Warehousing Limited. After undergoing dramatic renovations, that collection of buildings was transformed in to what is now our King West Centre, 64 Jefferson (once Chorus Entertainment and now Zoomer Media) 29 Jefferson and 29 Fraser Avenue.
29 Jefferson Avenue, Toronto
Originally part of Central Warehousing’s campus of buildings, 29 Jefferson continues to serve as a warehouse and storage facility today.
29 Fraser Avenue, Toronto
Liberty Village is home to one of the finest collections of industrial architecture from the 1920s and 29 Fraser stands proudly as one of the best preserved. Acquired by WTF Group in the 1990s, the property went on to become the popular indoor rock climbing facility – Joe Rockheads.