Rate Reduction!! 140 Bannatyne offers a business a prominent location at the bustling intersection of Bannatyne Avenue and Rorie Street, in the centre of a vibrant East Exchange District. The East Exchange District the ideal work, live, play has become a magnet for software development, architectural firms, Financial firms. The neighborhood has also become a sought-after enclaves for new condominium and rental developments. The development of Waterfront Drive. have Occupants of 140 Bannatyne enjoy a wide variety of restaurants, coffee houses, quick access to convenient parking directly next to the building.
The Northern Electric Building, was constructed in 1928 for Montreal based Northern electric company, which later became Nortel. At the time of its construction it introduced a modern aesthetic, which was a departure from the more expressive Romanesque Revival and Italianate styles of older surrounding warehouses. The building designed by J.O. Despatie of Montreal in association with Pratt and Ross of Winnipeg, also is of a transitional construction type that combines a fireproof steel framework with conventional wood post-and-beam interior.
Large unobstructed space featuring large post and beam construction, large windows and high ceilings. Upper floors feature an interior light well which creates a remarkable work environment. In 2010 the 4th and 5th floors were added and the entire building including electrical, HVAC, windows and elevator was upgraded to Federal Government standards. Most recently Skip the Dishes occupied almost the entire building for its administration department. The building is essentially a heritage building upgraded to meet the demands of an industry leading technology firm.