Pinewood Toronto Studios Breaks Ground on 200,000 Square Foot Expansion
Toronto Mayor John Tory joins Pinewood Toronto Studios Executives and Board Members to celebrate the expansion
Pinewood Toronto Studios hosted an explosive event today to officially break ground on its multi-stage expansion.
In addition to the previously announced 170,000 square feet, Pinewood Toronto Studios announced an additional 30,000 square feet will be added to the plans, bringing the total new production space to 200,000 square feet (18,580 square metres) of sound stages and support space.
With this expansion Pinewood Toronto Studios becomes the largest production studio in Canada with 525,000 square feet overall and will be better able to support its growing roster of domestic and international film and television clients.
Photo Caption: Toronto Mayor John Tory was in attendance along with CTV's YOUR MORNING co-host Anne-Marie Mediwake, Pinewood Toronto Studios President Nanci MacLean, and board members Paul Bronfman, Bill Bryck, Randy Lennox, Nikki Moffat, Alfredo Romano, and Arjan Stroomberg, and General Manager, Geoff Grant. The event broke ground on 200,000 square feet of new sound stages at Pinewood Toronto Studios with an explosive stunt in front of the Toronto skyline.