Established in 2010, Voisin Capital is a developer of commercial real estate and proponent of adaptive reuse projects. It has led the selection, acquisition, financing, redevelopment, and leasing of more than 700,000 sf of space including Catalyst137, the world’s largest hardware technology innovation hub. Voisin Capital was founded by Frank Voisin, a third-generation real estate developer. Frank has a law degree and an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and is a past CFA charterholder.

Frank Voisin, President
Voisin Capital inc.

     137 Glasgow Street, Unit 120
     Kitchener, ON, N2G 4X8

British Columbia
     3025 9th Street South
     Cranbrook, BC, V1C 7A8

The world's largest hardware innovation space, this AAA industrial facility features 475,000 sf of prime maker space and more than 1,000 free parking spaces conveniently located between uptown Waterloo and downtown Kitchener along the Iron Horse Trail and steps from a LRT stop.

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8 Queen

An exciting redevelopment of a celebrated building in the heart of Kitchener, this site features 44,000 sf of prime brick and beam office space containing open concept floor plates, soaring ceilings, and character elements like original brick walls, hardwood floors, and exposed structural beams.

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48 Ontario

In the heart of Kitchener's Cultural District stands an iconic heritage building at 48 Ontario Street North known as the "Legion Building" and the "Birthplace of Kitchener Blues." In 2018, it will be restored and reimagined as a multi-use development inspired by the desires of today's top office tenants.

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73 King

73 King is a successful urban repositioning of a 1980s office building standing at one of downtown Kitchener's most prominent intersections, King & Ontario.

41 King

41 King features one of Waterloo Region's finest culinary establishments, The Rich Uncle, as well as premier office space in the heart of Kitchener's cultural district. This 12,000 sf heritage designated building is the last intact example of Neo-Romanesque architecture in downtown Kitchener, featuring rustic stone lintels and elaborate mouldings on the exterior. Inside, the building has soaring ceilings and exposed brick walls and wood structure.

Past Projects

595 West St
Metalworks Heritage
394 Huron Rd
732 Tenth St
305 Boler Rd
1175 Hyde Park Rd
Port Elgin
216 Goderich St
360 Caradoc St S
30 McNaughton Ave
65 McNaughton Ave
225 Bysham Park Dr