Heritage Church Becomes Modern Coworking Space

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The Sanctuary

Ben Pilon, President of BPE Development, has opened a state-of-the-art coworking space in an historic church in downtown Kingston. The Sanctuary is the largest centre of its kind in Eastern Ontario.

“The Sanctuary is truly epic,” commented Pilon. “The building is beautiful with vaulted wood ceilings and massive stained glass windows. It has old world charm, with exposed limestone and hardwood floors, complete with today’s modern office amenities.”

Queen's Street United Church
Former Queen’s Street United Church (2010)

Offering flexible rent packages for hot desks, private and team offices, The Sanctuary’s beautiful meeting rooms and event space can be rented to anyone in the community.

“The Sanctuary is perfect for entrepreneurs and small teams. I’m very proud of the final product and am looking forward to changing the way people think about work in Kingston,” said Pilon.

Tours of The Sanctuary can be booked online at www.thesanctuarykingston.ca or through social media @TheSanctuaryYGK.

Formerly the Queen’s Street United Church, the sanctuary is located at 221 Queen’s Street in Kingston.


Release source and top photo: The Sanctuary
United Church photo: Wikimedia Commons