Telsec’s Office Space Toronto may be featured in a new Movie

By Office Space Toronto In standard10th August, 2012

A film producer was looking for a location to shoot a few segments of his film that would include shots in offices with lake views and offices with city views.  The location scouting team contacted Lindsay (who is one of the office space client specialists), to set up a tour. They took the tour and

Greater Toronto Area is Fast Becoming Canada’s Most Expensive Place to Operate Corporate Headquarters

By Office Space Toronto In standard8th August, 2012

According to a U.S. consulting firm that did a study to find what cities have the highest office space rates, they that the Toronto and GTA (Greater Toronto Area) is fast becoming Canada’s most expensive place to operate corporate headquarters. Like most major Canadian cities, Toronto faces a shortage in Class A commercial office space.

Letter From Camp sent to Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard7th August, 2012

Today on the heels of a long weekend, one of our office for rent Toronto clients received a special letter from his son who was at summer camp in Northern Ontario. What made this letter special was two-fold. First the letter was sent to the father at his business address rather than their home, the

You need a Toronto seminar training room for 50 people? No Problem

By Office Space Toronto In standard3rd August, 2012

Conference or Toronto seminar training room rentals are not always the first thing people think of when they hear the words office business centre. Say office business centre and most people just think of a cost-efficient office space facility with shared amenities and a-la-carte services. While that is a true representation, sometimes they offer more.Telsec

Large Meeting Rooms at a Small Price or Even Free

By Office Space Toronto In standard2nd August, 2012

Recently an employee of a new office space Toronto tenant went to the receptionist with credit card in hand and wanted to rent one of the large meeting rooms for 3 hours. The receptionist was confused and did not know why the man had put his credit card on the reception desk. The man explained

Why a Toronto Shared Office?

By Office Space Toronto In standard1st August, 2012

We are often asked why someone in a company would want a Toronto shared office. There are many reasons for a Toronto shared office. Every company has its own reasons for needing a particular type of office space Toronto  – not every company or entrepreneur needs a full-time office. Companies who do not need a

Working Remotely During The Olympic Games

By Office Space Toronto In standard31st July, 2012

The Olympic Games may be 3,000 km away, but they still have an impact on Toronto traffic. London just opened their lanes designated for Olympic traffic, but Toronto still has underused HOV lanes. These are lanes that are kept for buses, taxis and other high-occupancy vehicles with more than two people. These far-left lanes are very

Telsec office space Toronto watches for another Olympic bid

By Office Space Toronto In standard30th July, 2012

Back in June of 2012, Toronto city councillors requested a report on pursuing the 2024 Summer Games. Some Toronto city councillors see the infrastructure benefits, while others have said that the international amateur sporting event could come with a massive financial burden on the city and the private sector. But Telsec office space Toronto watches

Let the Games Begin-London 2012 Olympics Games

By Office Space Toronto In standard27th July, 2012

In just a few short hours, the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Olympic Games in London will begin. Meanwhile in Toronto at Telsec’s Toronto office for rent, it seems that the games have already began. It started off as a typical Friday, people were chatting about the news and stuff in the kitchen while waiting to get

Some good financial news for Toronto office space tenants – and all consumers

By Tony In standard26th July, 2012

Tenants in our office space Toronto location here at Telsec are in for some good news. The federal government is moving forward August 1 with new measures to help Canadian consumers. Some of these new measures include: • A shorter cheque-holding period • A ban on unsolicited credit card cheques • A new mortgage code