40 Hanna

40 Hanna is a century-old former billiard table factory in the center of Liberty Village which was built in 1905 and fully redeveloped into a brick and beam office tower with ground-floor retail. The 120,000 sq. ft. building features a new architectural entrance lobby and elevator, large open floor plates serviced by modern building systems and fully illuminated by natural light. Street-front urban retail spaces were created as part of the redevelopment which are accessible from the new Hanna avenue pedestrian sidewalk.

The property also includes a standalone boiler house with a feature smokestack which was transformed to house Scotiabank most iconic branch.


Type of property: Office building, redevelopment project

Address: 40 Hanna

Neighborhood:  Liberty Village

Year of construction: Circa 1900

Number of levels: 5

Gross area: 120,000 sq. ft.

Floor area: 20,000 sq. ft.