Acme works best in King West!
229 Niagara Street was initially home to Acme Textiles in 1922. In 2013, Acme Works transformed this former industrial building into a comfortable and welcoming shared workplace, making Acme one of the first coworking spaces in Toronto. In the intervening years the Acme community has grown, creating a vibrant environment where ideas flourish in a spirit of collaboration.
Popular lore has it that ACME is actually an acronym for A Company that Makes Everything so it’s only fitting that we welcome entrepreneurs, creatives, and professionals of all disciplines under the Acme roof. We believe our diverse community drives our collective productivity and creativity, enhancing everyone’s opportunity for success.
Like all coworking spaces we offer a variety of convenient, flexible membership packages and space where you can work privately, collaboratively and socially but the secret sauce that makes Acme Works unique among coworking spaces in Toronto is the friendly, relaxed vibe of our members and staff.
In addition to our supportive work environment, Acme Works members can enjoy a variety of activities and events. From summer BBQ’s on our rooftop patio, to beer Fridays, member mix & mingles, ping pong, pool and board games, there’s always something fun to do at Acme. But we’re not just about fun and games. We are a place of work so we share information on government grants, human resources, tax structures and insurance, for example to help you setup, grow and manage your business. The Acme Anvil is our annual pitch competition where Acme members pitch to win the coveted Anvil trophy, $10,000 in funding and bragging rights.
If this sounds like the kind of place you’d like to work, book a free trial day. We’d love to meet you.