35 Golden Ave is a hidden gem located in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood in Toronto which boasts over 54,000 sf of industrial style office buildings for the discerning creative types. Originally built in the early 1900’s and last used as a uniform factory, the structure was renovated in 2011 predominately featuring brick and wood beams. The latest addition in 2019 by Superkul Architects solidifies the marriage between old and new in the 3 storey, 9000sf column free space constructed of heavy steel framing with an NLT floor decking system with operable wrap around windows. Some unique spaces on the upper floors benefit from triangulated balconies with captivating views of the city.  35 Golden also features above ground, open air parking as well as an inviting front courtyard. Come and discover everything 35 Golden has to offer.  A true gem that won’t be available for long.

The Building

With over 54,000 sf, 35 Golden offers various sizes of office spaces to suit your business’ needs. From 500 sf for smaller sized businesses to full floor of 9,000 sf in the expansion area there is a perfect space for your offices here. With lots of natural light, 14’ height ceilings, preserved original character of the old building or new timber and beam.

The Space

the neighbourhood

Located in north Roncesvalles Village, 35 Golden is steps away from some of the best dining, culture and urban green spaces in Toronto. A short walk takes you to the Lower Junction Triangle, Little Portugal and High Park, allowing you to easily access some of the best neighbourhoods the city has to offer. Roncesvalles Village is rich in Toronto history. Originally used an an Indigenous trade route, the neighbourhood soon became home to many Polish immigrants. Today, Roncesvalles is a mix of trendy hotspots and old local favourites, and is known for its close-knit community charm.


  1. Drake Commissary
  2. Bandit Brewery
  3. The Commoner
  4. Uncle Smoke Cookhouse
  5. Sorry I’ve Got Plants
  6. Loons Pub
  7. La Cubana
  8. Cider House
  9. Gold Standard
  10. Bar Bacan

UP Express

UP Express Bloor Station:  5-7 minute walk from 35 Golden Avenue

To Union Station: 7 minutes

To Pearson Airport: 15 minutes

Go Transit

Kitchener GO Train (via Bloor Station @ Dundas)

Proposed Bloor-Lansdowne Station on the Barrie GO Train Line

West Toronto Railpath

The much used and beloved north/south cycling route connects via an adjacent path


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