fostering the development of an inspiring integration of commerce, culture, and community.


home to a cluster of community businesses, social entrepreneurs, and not-for-profit organizations.


preserving, restoring, and adaptively reusing an historic space.


incorporating green elements into the fabric of the building.

The Robertson Building

Information for tenants

Welcome to the tenant information section of the Robertson website. This area has been designed to help answer some frequently asked questions about the Robertson Building. For more detailed information on building operations, you can connect to the special tenants area to access the complete Tenant Welcome Package (please see the link below).

Here are some answers to your frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. When can I visit the roof garden?

A. The roof garden at the Robertson Building is open to tenants from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm on weekdays. You can access the garden by the elevator using your security fob. The garden is intended for the enjoyment of all tenants and we encourage you to spend some time eating lunch, or having a small meeting in the atrium, or out on the deck overlooking our native Ontario wildflower meadow. Consider taking the  stairs back down to your suite to help conserve energy.

Q. Is there a place where I can hold a meeting, workshop, or conference at the Robertson Building?

A. Yes. The Centre for Social Innovation has spaces that can be rented for meetings, workshops, or small conferences. Contact 416.979.3939 to discuss availability and rates.

Q. What are the building hours?

A. The Robertson Building is open from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm. After hours, tenants will need to use their or fobs to enter the building. If you have visitors, or clients arriving after hours they will need to use the Entraguard system to call up to your suite to be let in.


Security (on call 24/7)
(647) 883-1783

Lou Capobianco
Building Operator
(416) 995-1863

Riley Geurts
Property Manager
(416) 585-9109

Photos from the Robertson community