Toronto – Mixed Use – 411 Church Street

Graham Smith, Brandon Gorman and Carmen Siegel of Cushman & Wakefield in downtown Toronto are marketing for lease, three retail units with substantial frontage on to Church St. are available at the new mixed use 411 Church Street development, just steps from Yonge and College in downtown Toronto.  At the base of the residential development featuring over 570 residential units and with over 7,000 square feet of retail space, the units offer a prime opportunity for a variety of retailers to enter the desirable market of the Church-Yonge Corridor. Kitty-corner to the historic Maple Leaf Gardens, now home of one of the city’s popular Loblaws locations, the site is steps to the Church-Wellesley Village area.  With easy access to the College Street streetcar, and within walking distance for students of Ryerson University, these retail spaces are suitable for a variety of clientele. The available units range from 1,569 square feet to a corner 3,281 square foot location with a patio area. Combined, the units offer about 110 feet of Church St. frontage.   The population in the area is over 77,000 people and the daytime population is in excess of 169,000 people.

 

Cushman & Wakefield, 161 Bay St., Suite 1500, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2S1 (Graham Smith – 416/359-2382 graham.smith@cushwake.com), (Brandon Gorman – 416/359-2452 brandon.gorman@cushwake.com) & (Carmen Siegel – 416/359-2365 carmen.siegel@cushwake.com)