A space to align & inspire teams

Your space
when you need a hub

Studio Parcel gives your team a dedicated, two-story, 6,000 square-foot multi-functional space for meetings, training sessions and corporate events.

Only 2km from Toronto’s downtown core, with convenient parking and transit access, Studio Parcel is a boutique brick-and-beam building that can be booked on a flexible by-day, weekly, or monthly fractional lease basis.

Your space when
you need your own space

Brands around the world have been downsizing their real estate footprint or divesting in office space entirely. But there are still those times when your team needs a place to get together face-to-face.

Co-working spaces are too crowded with freelancers coming and going. Hotels and conference centres are too impersonal. Studio Parcel gives you a dedicated space for your team to come together and collaborate.

Your space when
you need to reconnect

Studies show that being in the same room doesn’t inspire collaboration. Meaningful activities do. Our boutique creative space is outfitted with whiteboards, screens, and modular furniture to suit your meeting format.

Need ideas? Studio Parcel's pre-packaged, facilitated workshops give groups practical strategies and tools for building brand-aligned teams.

Your space when
you need to recharge

Employees have spent the last year rewriting their ideal work day. While working from home, they invested heavily in their personal health and fitness.

Studio Parcel’s dedicated indoor cycling studio, Torq Ride, provides a unique opportunity to boost productivity by supporting your team’s physical wellbeing. Book a private indoor or outdoor ride for a group energy and endorphin rush.

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“In the hybrid era, on-sites are the new off-sites. We should think of it more as a “tool” in how we do business.”
Tsedal Neeley, Harvard Business School professor and author of Remote-Work Revolution: Succeeding from Anywhere

“What needs to happen in today’s in-person team experience is the socializing, the learning, and the culture building.”

Anne-Laure Fayard, associate professor NYU Tandon School of Engineering