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William F. White Announces Development of William F. White Centre

Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Group Inc. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), announced the development of William F. White Centre, the largest and most significant facility in the company’s 47-year history. 

The new $20-million dollar, world-class production complex will act as a hub for industry professionals, while offering a full-range of production and related support services under one roof. Located at 800 Islington Ave., only a few blocks south of the company’s existing west-end location, the new 338,000 square-foot complex is situated on nearly 17 acres of prime real estate, on a corner lot just minutes from downtown Toronto. William F. White International Inc. will occupy nearly half of the building, with the balance of space earmarked to house additional production support service businesses including Bill White’s 3D Camera Company. 

William F. White Centre will provide customers with the ultimate in world-class ingenuity while simultaneously acting as a training centre where professionals can draw from the vast knowledge-base of on-site staff.

“For well over three years, we’ve been searching for the perfect facility where we can effectively serve a vast range of production professionals and this location couldn’t be better,” stated Paul Bronfman. ”It’s a short drive to both downtown Toronto and Pinewood Toronto Studios, and the new Cine Space Studios are right down the street… a winning combination indeed!”

“Ontario’s enhanced all-spend tax credit recently introduced by the Ontario Government, combined with a rebound in U.S. production and a healthy indigenous industry helped this facility become a reality,” Bronfman maintains. ”William F. White remains committed to nurturing Toronto’s continued role as one of North America’s most active production centres and, world-class facilities such as the new William F. White Centre adds further incentive to attract production to Toronto in a time of increased global competition and economic challenges.”

“William F. White Centre marks an important contribution to our local infrastructure,” added Executive Producer, Don Carmody, helmer of such films as “Chicago” and “Amelia.” “It will be a bustling hub of creative activity.”

William F. White Centre is owned by Comweb Toronto Realty Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Comweb Corporation. The company is actively discussing tenancies with other professional production service entities. 

William F. White Toronto’s recent projects include: The new Morgan Creek thriller “Dream House,” starring Daniel Craig, “The Bridge,” “Harvard Medical School,” “Lost Girl,” “Being Erica,” and “Unnatural History.” ”Saw VII” just wrapped and is now in post-production.

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William F. White Announces Development of William F. White Centre

Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Group Inc. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), announced the development of William F. White Centre, the largest and most significant facility in the company’s 47-year history. 

The new $20-million dollar, world-class production complex will act as a hub for industry professionals, while offering a full-range of production and related support services under one roof. Located at 800 Islington Ave., only a few blocks south of the company’s existing west-end location, the new 338,000 square-foot complex is situated on nearly 17 acres of prime real estate, on a corner lot just minutes from downtown Toronto. William F. White International Inc. will occupy nearly half of the building, with the balance of space earmarked to house additional production support service businesses including Bill White’s 3D Camera Company. 

William F. White Centre will provide customers with the ultimate in world-class ingenuity while simultaneously acting as a training centre where professionals can draw from the vast knowledge-base of on-site staff.

“For well over three years, we’ve been searching for the perfect facility where we can effectively serve a vast range of production professionals and this location couldn’t be better,” stated Paul Bronfman. ”It’s a short drive to both downtown Toronto and Pinewood Toronto Studios, and the new Cine Space Studios are right down the street… a winning combination indeed!”

“Ontario’s enhanced all-spend tax credit recently introduced by the Ontario Government, combined with a rebound in U.S. production and a healthy indigenous industry helped this facility become a reality,” Bronfman maintains. ”William F. White remains committed to nurturing Toronto’s continued role as one of North America’s most active production centres and, world-class facilities such as the new William F. White Centre adds further incentive to attract production to Toronto in a time of increased global competition and economic challenges.”

“William F. White Centre marks an important contribution to our local infrastructure,” added Executive Producer, Don Carmody, helmer of such films as “Chicago” and “Amelia.” “It will be a bustling hub of creative activity.”

William F. White Centre is owned by Comweb Toronto Realty Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Comweb Corporation. The company is actively discussing tenancies with other professional production service entities. 

William F. White Toronto’s recent projects include: The new Morgan Creek thriller “Dream House,” starring Daniel Craig, “The Bridge,” “Harvard Medical School,” “Lost Girl,” “Being Erica,” and “Unnatural History.” ”Saw VII” just wrapped and is now in post-production.

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Headline, Industry News

William F. White Announces Development of William F. White Centre

Toronto, Canada – Paul Bronfman, Chairman and CEO of Comweb Group Inc. and William F. White International Inc. (WFW), announced the development of William F. White Centre, the largest and most significant facility in the company’s 47-year history. 

The new $20-million dollar, world-class production complex will act as a hub for industry professionals, while offering a full-range of production and related support services under one roof. Located at 800 Islington Ave., only a few blocks south of the company’s existing west-end location, the new 338,000 square-foot complex is situated on nearly 17 acres of prime real estate, on a corner lot just minutes from downtown Toronto. William F. White International Inc. will occupy nearly half of the building, with the balance of space earmarked to house additional production support service businesses including Bill White’s 3D Camera Company. 

William F. White Centre will provide customers with the ultimate in world-class ingenuity while simultaneously acting as a training centre where professionals can draw from the vast knowledge-base of on-site staff.

“For well over three years, we’ve been searching for the perfect facility where we can effectively serve a vast range of production professionals and this location couldn’t be better,” stated Paul Bronfman. ”It’s a short drive to both downtown Toronto and Pinewood Toronto Studios, and the new Cine Space Studios are right down the street… a winning combination indeed!”

“Ontario’s enhanced all-spend tax credit recently introduced by the Ontario Government, combined with a rebound in U.S. production and a healthy indigenous industry helped this facility become a reality,” Bronfman maintains. ”William F. White remains committed to nurturing Toronto’s continued role as one of North America’s most active production centres and, world-class facilities such as the new William F. White Centre adds further incentive to attract production to Toronto in a time of increased global competition and economic challenges.”

“William F. White Centre marks an important contribution to our local infrastructure,” added Executive Producer, Don Carmody, helmer of such films as “Chicago” and “Amelia.” “It will be a bustling hub of creative activity.”

William F. White Centre is owned by Comweb Toronto Realty Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Comweb Corporation. The company is actively discussing tenancies with other professional production service entities. 

William F. White Toronto’s recent projects include: The new Morgan Creek thriller “Dream House,” starring Daniel Craig, “The Bridge,” “Harvard Medical School,” “Lost Girl,” “Being Erica,” and “Unnatural History.” ”Saw VII” just wrapped and is now in post-production.

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