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@ Centre for Social Innovation (Daniel Spectrum)
585 Dundas Street East, 3rd Floor
Toronto ON M5A 2B7
ARRIVE VIA TTC
505 Dundas streetcar: Sackville stop.
65 Parliament bus: Dundas stop. Walk east on Dundas.
We are on the south side of Dundas Street East.
Paid public parking is available in the underground lot beneath the Daniels Spectrum. The vehicle entrance is off the laneway to the south of the building, accessible via Sackville Street just south of Dundas Street East. Look for the big blue “P”. Parking is $10.00 for 8 hours and can be paid by cash or credit card.
Note: The parking lot does not have direct access into the Daniels Spectrum. The parking lot elevators exit to Dundas Street. From there, walk east to the main doors of the Daniels Spectrum.
Additional paid public parking can be found in an underground lot beneath the RBC Royal Bank, just north of Dundas Street East off Regent Street. There is sometimes free parking available near the aquatic centre, on the north side of Dundas, just east of our building.
- The Dundas Street entrance provides barrier-free access to the building
- Two elevators are located in the South Lobby
- All floors have accessible washrooms and stalls, as well as accessible drinking fountains
- Signage throughout the building is written in Braille
The building was designed to target Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification. Environmental and energy-efficient features include:
- Green roof with native plant species
- Bicycle parking and showers for staff who cycle to work
- Car-share vehicle available in the commercial parking lot
- Fuel-efficient hybrid car-share vehicle
- Storm water treatment system to reduce pollutants
- Low-maintenance landscape and low-flow fixtures to reduce water use
- High-efficiency HVAC system that contains no hydrofluorocarbons
- Recycled construction materials, including reclaimed wood from Regent Park
- Low-VOC paint, carpeting and cabinetry used throughout the building
- Controllable lights and thermostats