In the heart of Kitchener's Cultural District stands an iconic heritage building at 48 Ontario Street North known as the "Legion Building" and the "Birthplace of Kitchener Blues." In 2018, it will be restored and reimagined as a multi-use development inspired by the desires of today's top office tenants.


48 Ontario is one of the last opportunities for a large employer looking to locate or expand in downtown Kitchener and occupy a free-standing building with remarkable street presence. 46,000 sf of contiguous office space is available with opportunities for further intensification for the largest of users.


Located in the heart of the highest concentration of office space and the most amenity-rich area of Waterloo Region, 48 Ontario is steps from the best our region has to offer. Within short walking distance tenants and visitors will enjoy dozens of restaurants and night life as well as access to amenities such as the Centre in the Square, KPL Main, the Kitchener Market, the KW Symphony, THEMUSEUM, Kitchener City Hall and the Ontario Court of Justice.


48 Ontario is within 300 meters of three LRT stops and the GRT bus depot and is located immediately across from the Duke and Ontario parkade with more than 450 vehicle parking spaces and indoor covered bicycle storage.


Leasing inquiries should be directed to Frank Voisin at (226) 791-5051 or frank@voisincapital.com.

Press Release

 Voisin Capital: 2017-08-11 (PDF)

 City of Kitchener: 2017-08-11 (PDF)

Media Coverage

 2017-08-15 CBC: "New office space planned for former legion redevelopment" (PDF)

 2017-08-12 The Record: "Developer plans $12M redevelopment of former Legion building in downtown Kitchener" (PDF)

 2017-08-11 Kitchener Post: "Former downtown legion to become office space" (PDF)

 2017-08-05 The Record: "Kitchener set to sell former Legion building for $1.5 million" (PDF)

 2017-08-04 CBC: "Former legion in downtown Kitchener to be sold for $1.5M" (PDF)


Frank Voisin
President, Voisin Capital inc.