Premier Carrier Hotel
151 Front Street, Toronto,
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is widely recognized as the pre-eminent telecommunications carrier
hotel and data center facility in Canada. 151 Front Street houses
more than 150 telecommunication and technology companies.
Evolution of Canada's Premier Carrier Hotel
In 1954, 151 Front Street was custom built with heavy floor
loading, large power capacity and generous ceiling heights to
house CN / CP Telegraph equipment. Located adjacent to the rail
lines, the building was directly inter-connected to the Bell
Central office for its telex purposes.
After drifting away from its pure telex use in the 70's and
80's, 151 Front Street quietly began its evolution into Canada's
premier Carrier Hotel in the late 80's and 90's. A critical
mass of telecommunication networks took tenancy in the building
in response to the newly deregulated telecommunication industry
and the explosive growth of the Internet.
This silent evolution became a radical transformation when TrizecHahn
purchased the property in 1997. With a well thought out strategy,
TrizecHahn executed a redevelopment plan that removed the mixed
use tenants and replaced, repaired and upgraded every aspect
of the building that supports telecommunication and data center
Today the building has 97% of its rentable square footage converted
to telecom space. Potential also exists for a 384,000 square
foot expansion with direct connectivity to 151 Front Street.
151 Front Street is the ideal environment for your high-availability
telecommunications and data center requirements.
SPACE AVAILABLE: 70,000
sq. ft. on eight floors
passenger, one freight 7' x 7' x 11'/5,000 lbs
manned security with Card Access, CCTV monitoring and
Optical Turnstiles at building entrance.
(on space available)
11" to 19' 10" on space available
to 200 lbs. per sq. ft.
to 150 watts per sq. ft. available; two redundant feeds
from Toronto Hydro Two new 4000/5000 kVa transformers
space available for nine 2,000-kW generators Mechanical
room space available for four 1,000-kW generators
entry with overhead door for placement of tenants' diesel
fuel tanks in pre-engineered storage area, with space
available for six 3,000-gallon diesel fuel tanks
tons chilled water available; roof space available for
tenant units Highly reliable and scalable district cooling
diverse entry points into facility
360networks, Rogers, AT&T, Bell Canada, Telus, Videotron,
Cogent and Nexxia
connectivity to TrizecHahn-operated, CN Tower. CN Tower
is an 1,815-ft. telecommunications tower that was designed
to be the greatest transmission platform in Canada.
Meet-Me-Room at the base of the telecommunications risers
All of Toronto's fiber providers Over 5,000 strands
newly created risers including two diverse route telecommunications
risers, one new electrical riser and one new diesel
fuel line riser
pre-action system Inergen,Vesda available in tenant
roof structure for support of diesel generators Pre-engineered
structural support on upper roof for placement of Dry
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