Toronto serviced offices and turnkey flexible fully furnished office space for lease on King Street West, Toronto ON, M5X 1C9. This Toronto business center totals 30,605sq.ft, offering ready to go executive suites, temporary office space for rent, virtual offices, mailing addresses and office space for lease on flexible terms. Located in downtown Toronto, First Canadian Place (FCP) is an impressive 2.8 million sq. ft. office, banking, shopping complex and parking. With 72-storeys, the office tower has remained unchallenged as the tallest office building in Canada since it was constructed in 1975. As a Class AAA office complex with 3-levels of over 120 stores, restaurants, and services First Canadian Place is also considered one of Canada’s premier business addresses. Also, over 16 million people visit First Canadian Place annually.The word impressive succinctly describes First Canadian Place. The main entrance lobby features 23-foot high ceilings lit with Italian crystal chandeliers and walls clad in rare marble. Since 1975, FCP has been considered ahead of its time – exceeding building code requirements and operational standards, while also providing the most comprehensive array of tenant services and amenities. FCP continues to provide the most advanced office environment in Canada. For example:
Office floors feature 9′ high ceilings, 26 lighting zones per floor, and an under-floor duct system housing communication cables. • Each floor of FCP provides air conditioning with a minimum of 20 controlled zones.
• The 3rd-floor roof features a landscaped patio and outdoor running track.
• With leading-edge technology, the 29 double-decker passenger elevators are not only capable of microsecond decision-making, but also able to "learn" to provide optimum response times based on traffic and time of day.
• With the highest rooftop in Canada, FCP serves as a prime communications site – second only to the CN Tower.
• FCP is equipped with a fully integrated Simplex fire and life safety system featuring cell phone technology – the first of its kind in North America.