April 7, 2014 AT 12:00 am

Shoe factory converted into co-working space for hardware startups #makerbusiness

Shoe factory converted into co-working space for hardware startups.

MakeWorks is a 10,000-square-foot, airy complex in a converted shoe factory, built into a half-height basement on Toronto’s College St. West. With desk space for 120 people, the sprawling facility looks a bit like other co-working spaces at first blush – there’s plenty of desks, along with a conference tables, and a kitchen, and an abundance of networking cable.

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