The Studio at 41 is a 2100+ sq. ft office in the newly renovated & restored Empire Times Building, located at 41 King William St. in the heart of downtown Hamilton, Ontario.
The custom designed space includes stunning leasehold improvements, built for creative professionals who desire an open & lofty working atmosphere, coupled with enclosed spaces for meetings & isolated working environments.
In addition to the working area, the Studio includes access to a furnished lobby, spacious 8-seat boardroom, creative lounge, kitchen, and bathrooms.
Tenants also enjoy access to the building's rooftop patio.
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Double Barrel Studios (DBS) is a Hamilton based digital media agency, focused on helping organizations tell their story through broadcast-quality video content along with online marketing & distribution strategies. DBS partners Lee Hillman and Roz Allen come from extensive backgrounds in documentary filmmaking, broadcast television production, TV & radio journalism, corporate video production and media analytics.
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Double Barrel Studios has worked with wide variety of clients, including McMaster University, University of Toronto, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, CTVOlympics.ca, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Hamilton Economic Development, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, St. Joseph’s Hospital and the David Suzuki Foundation.
Join three award-winning small businesses in our beautifully renovated heritage building right in the heart of the downtown — only steps from James St. North & the City Centre.
A co-working space like no other in Hamilton, the Studio at 41 is truly unique. The building's original century-old features have been refurbished and brought back to life- including: stripped and refinished original hardwood floors, blasted original brick throughout, 14' ceilings with LED pot lights, and new window enhancements to restore the gorgeous large & bright windows that wrap around the West wall.
Since the studio is located steps from the GO station, HSR terminal at MacNab, and lots of great restaurants, bars and art shops, it's ideally suited as a meeting place for clients (if you work out of the home and want to impress) or for workshops for up to 30 people.
Our boardroom has seating for up to 10 people, and includes a full audio system, 50" 1080p wall-mounted TV for presentations, large whiteboard, and on-site high-speed wireless -- great for client meetings, small conferences and workshops.
We have a state-of-the-art video editing suite with a high-end retina iMac.
Host a small workshop (for up to 30 people) in our space. We supply the projector, sound system and seating, you supply the people and the content. Typical evening times are from 6:30pm until 9:30pm.