Apple Moves Canadian Headquarters from Markham to Downtown Toronto [u]

Apple’s Canadian headquarters have long resided in Markham, Ontario, about 29 kilometres from downtown Toronto. According to unnamed sources speaking to 9to5Mac, the Cupertino company has moved to an office in downtown Toronto instead:

Apple’s Canadian HQ used to be located in a 78,000 square foot building on the outskirts of Toronto, but the company has recently moved into a smaller downtown location as it looks for a tenant to take over its previous headquarters for the country, according to sources close to the situation.

The new office location is located on 120 Bremner Boulevard in Toronto, as noted on Apple Canada’s contact page.

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As for the Markham headquarters, they are apparently ready to be sold through DTZ Property Services, say sources. The old headquarters housed a large 36,000 square foot warehouse which acted as a shipping and return address for online orders.

If and when Apple actually does decide to depart their original Canadian headquarters, it will most likely be reflected in the company’s Canadian press releases as they have long noted Markham as the location.

Update: Apple declined to comment when contacted regarding this story and directed us to their corporate website for contact information.

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  • Al

    Why would they abandon the needed warehouse space? If I was to speculate, I’d suggest that these will just be the offices and they will still keep warehouse space somewhere else.

    I can’t imagine working down there in congestion hell. Maybe they just wanted easy access to key areas of Toronto (entertainment, sports, food, drink, Porter airlines, etc.).

  • YoJimbo

    The property has been sold. That is all I can say about that for now.

  • Chrome262

    it looks like a huge building and its right next to the Steam whistle brewery. Also its by Union station, so not sure if that makes a difference.

  • erth

    now they are downtown….

  • ticky13

    So, the warehouse is where now?

  • Rob Raymond

    Steam whistle brewery? Sounds like a great location to me. 🙂

  • Chrome262

    yeah I went to a few receptions at the Brewery, beer is way better fresh for sure. Its an old railway round house, really cool