The world's largest hardware innovation space, this AAA industrial facility features 475,000 sf of prime maker space in the heart of Kitchener's Innovation District.
An exciting redevelopment of a celebrated building in the heart of Kitchener, this site features 44,000 sf of prime Brick and Beam office space containing open concept floor plates, soaring ceilings, and character elements like original brick walls, hardwood floors, and exposed structural beams.
The iconic heritage building located at the heart of Guelph's most coveted condo development. This 45,000 sf building will be home to a restaurant, office, and an exciting new use unique within the City. Featuring restored limestone walls, high ceilings with exposed wood and steel structure, the final project promises to be a sought after destination for visitors and residents alike.
41 King features one of Waterloo Region's finest culinary establishments, The Berlin, as well as premier office space in the heart of Kitchener's cultural district. This 12,000 sf heritage designated building is the last intact example of Neo-Romanesque architecture in downtown Kitchener, featuring rustic stone lintels and elaborate mouldings on the exterior. Inside, the building has soaring ceilings and exposed brick walls and wood structure.
Since 2010 Voisin Capital has provided highly sought after space and essential real estate services to leading retail and office tenants across southwestern Ontario. The firm has its roots in repositioning suburban retail assets and in recent years has emerged as a leading urban office developer and proponent of adaptive reuse projects, managing the redevelopment of more than 600,000 sf of space including Catalyst137, the world’s largest hardware technology innovation hub. Voisin Capital is noted for identifying value in overlooked properties and contributing to the revival of the urban landscape.
Voisin Capital was founded by Frank Voisin, a third-generation developer based in Kitchener, Ontario. Frank has a law degree and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and is a Chartered Finanacial Analyst.Frank Voisin, President