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