Do business owners ever really take vacations from their Toronto office space?

By Office Space Toronto In standard19th July, 2012

I was going through my email the other day and found an email from one of my clients who had previously told me that they would be on vacation this week. I even recalled that they were going out of the country. I was a little shocked to get the email with a list of

A home office? How about an office that’s like a home!

By Tony In standard18th July, 2012

Ah, home sweet home! We’ve all heard that expression. It refers to all the creature comforts of your personal living space – be they in an apartment, condo, loft or house. But what about the amenities of an office space Toronto that are like a real home? In a perfect world, wouldn’t it be amazing

Using a Broker to Find Office Space for Rent Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard17th July, 2012

After hearing about a recent interaction with a Toronto office rent prospect by one of Telsec’s office coordinators, I had to do some research for myself. It seems the prospect was given a price by an independent office space broker that did not match the price given to them by the Telsec office coordinator. The

Watching the 2012 Olympic Games at Toronto Office Space

By Office Space Toronto In standard12th July, 2012

With the 2012 Olympic Games in London (which is 5 hours ahead of Toronto) people have realized that many of the live events will be broadcast here early in the day. Even some of the events that are being held in the evening, will be seen here in the afternoon. For people who work during

Closure of Queen and Spadina will have little effect on Office Space Toronto clients

By Office Space Toronto In standard9th July, 2012

Downtown Toronto commuters are anticipating two chaotic weeks of slowdowns, as the city shuts down one of the busiest intersections at Queen Street West and Spadina for transit rail re-construction and maintenance Monday morning. With the intersection being shut down to traffic in all directions for the next two weeks, many commuters are trying to

Our Office Space for Rent Toronto is compared to Toronto Fringe Festival

By Office Space Toronto In standard9th July, 2012

Yes, I actually heard one of our office space tenants mention how  our office space for rent Toronto is compared to Toronto Fringe Festival. It was not because of being in the same business, but how unique Telsec’s approach is to Toronto office rentals. The term fringe theatre is theatre that is not of the mainstream. Telsec

Happy Canada Day from office space for rent Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard1st July, 2012

In deciding how to say Happy Canada Day from office space for rent Toronto, this writer did not know if he should just talk about office space rental Toronto and how it is open today or talk about Canada Day itself. I decided to mix a bit of both. First let me share with you

Climate Controlled Office Space Toronto

By Office Space Toronto In standard29th June, 2012

It is days like today that I am so happy to have climate controlled office rental Toronto. The temperatures outside are almost in the 30’s and the humidity makes it feel like it is in the 40’s, but the temperature in my office space for rent Toronto is comfortable and easy to work with. Because

The lake view from office space for rent Toronto is changing

By Office Space Toronto In standard27th June, 2012

For over 32 years the lake view from Telsec’s office space for rent Toronto has been the Toronto harbour and Lake Ontario. That is not changing. What is changing from the Toronto office space for rent view is the parking lot you would look down at is now under development. The development will not be

Being an Entrepreneur is Like Walking a Tightrope Across Niagara Falls

By Office Space Toronto In standard18th June, 2012

Watching Nik Wallenda cross Niagara Falls on a tightrope the width of 3 pennies makes one reflect on the challenges of running your own business and the risks that are involved. Sometimes being an entrepreneur is like walking a tightrope across Niagara Falls. It may not be as dangerous as the walk that Nik Wallenda