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The unit is an open plan and has a ceiling height of approximately 21 feet to the underside of the deck. Large support beams for the residents swimming pool above and the pool itself reduces the clear height in the centre section of the premises to between 11 and 12 feet. There are windows on the north side of the premises overlooking a private driveway. The mall frontage is a combination of drywall panels and glass shop front. Additional natural light comes from skylights along the southern section of the premises. There is a self contained HVAC unit serving the premises. The space is sprinklered.
The heart of Toronto’s vibrant fashion district and the essence of Toronto’s urban vibe is the intersection of Queen Street West and Spadina Avenue. Once characterized by turn of the 19th century multi storey garment factories, the area has a rich mix of restored historic brick and beam buildings, new condominium development, and trendy retail stores. 186 Spadina is approximately 200 yards north of Queen Street between the west side of Spadina and Cameron Street. Spadina is a 6 lane divided street with the streetcar connecting the Toronto waterfront to the Bloor & Spadina subway Station, occupying the central median. The Queen Street streetcar gives quick access to the financial core.