Finding the best office space in Toronto is not always easy when you do not know where to begin your office search Toronto. For medium and larger companies their search for the best office space in Toronto begins with a search for office space availability in a class A or class B building. For many of them, the best office space in Toronto is at the most prestigious address in the most sought after buildings. For smaller businesses the costs associated with class A buildings far outweigh the benefits of having the most prestigious address.

Some would consider the best office space in Toronto to be class A buildings like: First Canadian Place which rises 298 metres tall, it also stands as the tallest building in Canada; Scotia Plaza is the second-tallest building in the city and the country and is a newer building; and Brookfield Place (formerly BCE Place) that consists of two towers, the TD Canada Trust Tower and the Bay Wellington Tower that are linked by the six-storey atrium. Brookfield Place is also the home of the Hockey Hall of Fame. Other buildings that could be considered the best office space in Toronto are the Royal Bank Plaza, the TD Centre, the Exchange Tower, the Bay Adelaide Centre, as well as many others in the financial district. Outside the financial district, some would consider building like the Cadillac Fairview Tower, Two Bloor East, Simcoe Place or the Toronto Star Building to be the best office space Toronto.

Other factors in finding the best office space in Toronto include building amenities and services that meet the needs of a particular business. So often people look at only outward appearance of a prestigious business address and forget to look at the functionality of the office space or the ease of access to the building for staff, visitors and deliveries. Your business address is important to your clients, but also to your business.

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