Welcome to
CSI Regent Park

CSI Regent Park

585 Dundas St E
Toronto, ON
M5A 2B7
Welcome Desk Ground Floor
Monday – Friday
10 AM – 4 PM

CSI Regent Park: Where Community Comes Together

Welcoming and modern, CSI Regent Park (585 Dundas St. E.) is home to a diverse cross-section of social mission organizations and individuals who are coming together to share ideas, resources, advice and inspiration.

CSI Regent Park operates in 10,000 sq. ft. on the third floor of the mind-blowing, LEED Silver-certified Daniels Spectrum, a 60,000 sq. ft. community cultural hub. The building is home to many outstanding arts-based and community-focused organizations, and includes event, performance and exhibition spaces. 

“This is hands-down my favourite community and coworking space in Toronto. I’d recommend  anyone looking to collaborate with likeminded social entrepreneurs to drop by this place for one of their many events and consider becoming a member. It’s been the best decision for both myself and my business.”

– Tati A., CSI Regent Park Member

Amenities

24 Hour Access
Fast Wi-Fi
Dog Friendly
Gender-Neutral Bathrooms
Community Kitchen
Print, Copy, Fax
Free Local Tea and Coffee
Mail Service

Grow your big idea in this community hub and meeting space

Location & Getting Around

CSI Regent Park (585 Dundas St. E) is part an undergoing massive revitalization from Canada’s largest and oldest social-housing development into a mixed-income, mixed-use neighbourhood with a diverse community, state-of-the-art facilities, and a beautiful park and open space.

  • 65 Parliament Parliament and Dundas
  • 505 Dundas Dundas St East and Regent Park Blvd
  • 504 Broadview Broadview and Dundas
  • 12 Minutes Union Station
  • 37 Minutes High Park
  • 17 Minutes Queen & Woodbine
  • 33 Minutes Yonge & Eglinton

There is plenty of public parking surrounding the Centre. There are approximately 100 paid public parking spots at the first level below grade under the Paintbox Condos, and street parking.

To access the underground parking, turn south on Sackville and then left (East) where the Paintbox signs are.

The daily parking rates are as follows: $10 from 6 AM to 6 PM.

CSI Regent Park is fully accessible from the main entrance at 585 Dundas St. E. CSI Regent Park is located on the 3rd floor which is accessible via elevators found inside the building.

Screenshot of Regent Park with arrow pointing to front entrance

Instructions for Wheeltrans Drivers
Drivers should park in front of the Daniels Spectrum building located at 585 Dundas St. E. Guests can use elevators, located in the south lobby, to access the 3rd floor.

We are committed to ensuring all members and their guests are able to use our services. If you have any accessibility concerns or questions please reach out the Community Manager: denise(at)socialinnovation.ca

Get Your Idea Off the Ground at CSI Regent Park

Or, read on to learn about our Event and Meeting Spaces

Event Spaces

The Regent Park Lounge is located in the heart of the vibrant Regent Park neighbourhood. It is a bright and modern space brimming with arts and culture. An intimate, open-concept space perfect for roundtables, symposiums, charrettes, storytelling, product launches, community events, potlucks, and more! Learn more about hosting events in CSI spaces here.

CSI Regent Park Lounge Event Space

CSI Regent Park Lounge

Location CSI Regent Park
Size 750 sq ft
Capacity 100
Fully Accessible

Book Space

Meeting Rooms

We offer functional meeting rooms with loads of character and optional AV equipment located in the heart of a dynamic community of innovators and entrepreneurs. Book your next meeting at CSI!

Meeting Room 4 (Regent Park)

  • Capacity: 2
  • Floor: 3rd Floor
  • Starting at: $24.48/hr

Meeting Room 1 (Regent Park)

  • Capacity: 8
  • Floor: 3rd Floor
  • Starting at: $73.44/hr

Meeting Room 2 (Regent Park)

  • Capacity: 30
  • Floor: 3rd Floor
  • Starting at: $73.44/hr

Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge that the land on which we operate is located on the traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and Petun First Nations, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississaugas of the Credit River. To learn more about the history of the land, the story of the Mississauga people and the challenges they face today, watch this video.

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