A prime piece of retail real estate, situated steps away from downtown Toronto’s bustling Yonge-Dundas Square, is up for grabs.
According to documents prepared by property management firm BentallGreenOak, a ground floor spot of The Tenor, occupied by retail giant adidas since 2008, is now available for lease in what’s being touted as "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for businesses looking for Toronto’s most coveted location.”
“The frontage on both Yonge and Dundas Street will draw high street visibility with its dedicated entrance,” says BentallGreenOak.
A floor plan provided by BentallGreenOak depicts 6,741 square footage on the ground floor, as well as a 2,731 sq. ft mezzanine level.
In addition to a pretty unmatched signage opportunity -- with exposure to Yonge-Dundas Square, more than 50M in annual foot traffic, and 5.5M in annual vehicle traffic -- the leasing opportunity boasts proximity to a variety of Toronto landmarks, such as CF Toronto Eaton Centre and Toronto Metropolitan University, as well as direct access to the Dundas Subway and PATH network.
The Tenor is comprised of 13 levels occupied by a diverse variety of big brand retailers, restaurants, and entertainment and tourist attractions claiming the cachet of the Yonge-Dundas corner.
The building itself -- rebranded as The Tenor in late 2021 -- is known for its gleaming architecture and towering 10-storey facade. The space is currently occupied by a variety of high-profile anchor tenants, including Cineplex, Winners, The Beer Store, Jack Astor’s, Milestones, and Dollarama, dispersed across 331,500 sq. ft of total gross leasable area.