Toronto is the office capital of Canada, boasting almost 40 percent of the national market
share. It is also the fourth largest industrial market in North America, behind Los Angeles,
Chicago and New Jersey. Toronto is also one of the most multicultural cities in the world,
which gives the city a rich diversity of cultures – and provides a dynamic workforce for
international companies that compete in the global marketplace. Cushman & Wakefield
operates three offices in the Greater Toronto Area: Toronto Central with 116 staff, Toronto
West with 94 staff and Toronto East with 70 staff, all offering a full range of services
including: brokerage, investment, facilities management, advisory and valuation services.
Flatiron Building, Toronto
Cushman & Wakefield is advising The Commercial Realty Group in leasing and marketing the historic, Flatiron Building. Built in 1892 by the Gooderham family of Gooderham Worts fame, the Flatiron was one of the grandest and most expensive buildings at the time and remains a commercial heritage icon in the city of Toronto. Located in the downtown core, the 5-story red brick building features 12-foot high ceilings, beautiful exposed brick, vaults and fireplaces throughout the building. Still in use today, the Flatiron uses the first manually-operated Otis elevator in the city of Toronto. C&W’s commitment to excellence and integrity are well suited for advising on such an extraordinary piece of Canadian history.