Glasgow Street’s new Catalyst137 tech hub will feature a new restaurant and market concept called Graffiti.
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New restaurant, craft brewery, bakery and coffee roaster will join other makers in the space and be an asset to tech workers and surrounding neighbourhood Kitchener, Ontario – January 31, 2017 – The new Catalyst137 technology hub at 137 Glasgow St. will feature a new restaurant and market concept, Graffiti, from the group behind Kitchener’s […]
The circuit-board configuration of the courtyard isn’t just coincidence.
The developers of a hardware accelerator inside a 475,000-square-foot warehouse expect to lease out all of the space during the next six months. Read More>
Early tenants for Internet of Things development hub include eight area tech companies Kitchener, Ontario – October 26, 2016 – The first tenants of the new Catalyst137 technology hub will be hardware manufacturers and companies that provide services needed for those manufacturers to get their products to market. Scheduled to open in the summer of […]
With the official launch of Catalyst137 last week, we announced that our first tenants would be Miovision, whose CEO Kurtis McBride has been an integral part of making this vision come to life. Kurtis and team came to visit their future workplace for their monthly town hall meeting on June 24, 2016. We opened the doors […]
Kitchener-Waterloo is set to get a large new innovation complex specifically aimed at new hardware companies and exceeding the size of a pioneer facility in Shenzhen, China. Read More>
The diversification of Waterloo Region’s tech sector took a giant step forward today, with news that a 475,000-square-foot hardware innovation centre will take over a sprawling former warehouse at 137 Glasgow St. in Kitchener by the summer of 2017. Read More>
At 475,000 square feet, the planned Catalyst137 innovation centre is set to be world’s largest IoT innovation hub. Read more>
In 2015, Miovision began the search for a new home. We had grown substantially and needed a space that could grow with us. Our checklist was simple, or so we thought. Find a location in the core of the city, ensure that it was accessible by foot, bike and public transportation, provide some basic amenities […]
A 475,000 sq ft space purpose-built for makers. The building will be the concentration point for the talent, hardware engineering services and venture capital support to build the next generation of IoT companies.