Your new office is walking distance from all major banks, the St. Catharines courthouse and City Hall. Beyond the official, you are also in the heart of a destination for culture, for culinary experience and boutique retail.
Bansaree Authentic Indian
Blue Mermaid Seafood & Steakhouse
Bull BBQ Pit
Green Lotus Thai
Krav Fine Grill
Kully’s Original Sportsbar
La Scala Ristorante
Merchant Ale House
N’ata Cosa Ristorante
Office Tap & Grill
St. Catharines Club
Touch of India
Trouble Coffee and Spirits
U Needa Pita
Wind Japanese and Thai
Works Gourmet Burger
Yayee Thai Street Food
Bank of Montreal
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Meridian Credit Union
Royal Bank of Canada
TD Canada Trust
TD Canada Trust Commercial – Banking
TD Wealth Financial Planning
Craft Arts Market
Critelli’s Fine Furniture
Erroll’s Shoe & Luggage Repair
Lousje & Bean
The Watering Can Flower Market
The Write Bookshop
ARTS & CULTURE
Brock University’s Marilyn I. Walker School Of Fine And Performing Arts
Bury The Hatchet
Carousel Players Administration Office
Essential Collective Theatre Admin Office
FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre
Foster FestivalAdministration Office
The Hour St. Catharines
Meridian Centre Arena
Niagara Artists Centre
Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre
Niagara Symphony Administration Office
Showtime Comedy And Entertainment
Suitcase In Point Theatre Company
TAG Art Gallery
People are flocking to St. Catharines where amenities and services are designed to help them thrive.
Included below is a list of significant considerations for a relocation to 43 Church in the thriving downtown core.
More than $300 million of investment in infrastructure and special projects have poised St. Catharines for growth for generations to come.
St. Catharines is 111 kilometres from Toronto and 19 kilometres from the US border. The downtown benefits from access to two 400 series highways, the 406 and QEW.
St. Catharines is connected by the Niagara Regional Transit System, which recently announced prioritizing a more connected Niagara Region by expanding the already significant transit system to better service the Region.
GO Transit is also expanding into the Niagara Region, promising daily rail service by 2021.
Both the private and public sector are committed to a prosperous St. Catharines, actively working with the business community to access government funding and incentives in addition to private investment and financing programs.
The St. Catharines business community has a thriving roster of established business and is quickly becoming home to a rapidly expanding digital sector. With services including Innovate Niagara, a digital incubator and business services centre, downtown St. Catharines is the ideal home for these companies and start-ups.
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Significant Downtown Assets
The Meridian Centre
A large scale spectator facility with 5000 seats, the Meridian Centre is home to the Niagara Ice Dogs and the Niagara Riverlions. This facility is filled with hockey lovers and basketball fans with regularity and boasts a regular concert schedule for impressive touring acts including The Tragically Hip, Dallas Green and Elton John.
First Ontario Performing Arts Centre
A fine arts facility that has become a destination for Niagarans, hosting musical acts, theatre performances and a number of other events. This facility boasts an annual calendar of top performing acts including The Barenaked Ladies, Just For Laughs, and more.
Excited about the growth and promise of the St. Catharines downtown? You’re not alone. Use the form to request information about the most well-appointed office property in the city.