Creative & Culinary Commercial Spaces in Paris

The Walker Press

Project Overview

A creative commercial space coming to “Canada’s prettiest town,” Paris, Ontario.

The Walker Press will be restored into a multi-use commercial facility that will richly contribute to the growing community of culinary and craft-goods experiences in experience in Paris.

Located on 3 Yeo street and dating back to 1915, with the oldest portion of the structure – the Maxwell wing – built in 1872, The Walker Press is steps from the idyllic & historic downtown district of Paris, surrounded by thriving densification projects, and rooted in a destination that is only a short drive from the urban centres of Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge. The Walker Press is the perfect location for multiple emerging businesses ranging from culinary and retail, to office and light-industrial.

THE ESSENTIALS:

Unit Sizes: 1,000 square feet to 15,000 square feet.
Zoning: Variety of uses including retail, restaurant, office, and light industrial (SHA-M1)
Availability: Leasing Spring 2021.
Lease Rate: Available upon request

THE OPPORTUNITY

Growing location: As the surrounding community grows
denser, new and existing residents will be looking for more
convenient commercial offerings closer than the downtown core.

Proximity to Downtown: At the same time, the building’s
close proximity to the existing downtown core makes it an option
for residents and tourists in that area. The downtown also provides a
precedent for commercial demand.

Build your dream unit: The building is a blank slate with
flexible floor plans for you to make truly your own.

Be part of history: The Walker Press Building has a rich history,
at one point employing over 100 people in the Paris community.
As seen with the Paris Wincey Mills Co., commercial developments
rooted in history attract attention from the community, and tenants
are seen as carrying on a legacy.

The Walker Press Rendering

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