BDC to open office in Catalyst137 tech hub

Chef Jonathan Gushue opening new restaurant in tech hub

Glasgow Street’s new Catalyst137 tech hub will feature a new restaurant and market concept called Graffiti.

Kitchener Hardware Hub Taking Shape

The circuit-board configuration of the courtyard isn’t just coincidence.

Waterloo Region Record: Catalyst137 tech accelerator in Kitchener off to flying start

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>

Globe and Mail: Massive Innovation Complex Coming to Kitchener Waterloo

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>

Communitech: Catalyst137 Innovation Centre to Focus on Hardware Internet of Things

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>

Betakit: Catalyst137 Project In #WaterlooRegion Set To Be Largest IoT Innovation Centre in the World

At 475,000 square feet, the planned Catalyst137 innovation centre is set to be world’s largest IoT innovation hub. Read more>

Cantech Letter: World’s Largest Hardware Technology Hub to be Built in Kitchener-Waterloo

Kitchener-Waterloo is already well-known as a centre for innovation in Canada, and with plans now underway to revitalize a 475,000 square foot warehouse space located at 137 Glasgow Street in Kitchener’s Innovation District, the newly re-christened Catalyst137 building is set to become the largest innovation center in the world dedicated to hardware and Internet of Things companies. Read More >

KW Record: Former Kitchener Footwear Warehouse to Become Internet of Things Catalyst

Kurtis McBride walks through the sprawling warehouse and talks about creating the world’s largest technology accelerator focused on the Internet of Things. Read more>

Exchange Magazine: An Address for the Internet of Things

The changes brought to Kitchener-Waterloo by the construction of the ION Light Rail Transit system may be the big news in town – but this is not by any means the only news. Read more>