In the heart of Paris, Ontario is 31 Mechanic St. and the location of the newly renovated Wincey Mills Company. This building is one of the most exciting Brant County real estate projects we have had the privilege of representing.
The Paris Wincey Mills Company was a textile producer founded in 1889 and at its peak employed over 125 local workers. This building is the only one remaining on the site and is indicative of industrial buildings at the turn of the 20thcentury. Large windows allowed for plenty of natural light and the high ceilings accommodated the large equipment used in the milling process.
View part one of the process here…
Wincey Mills prospered during World War 1 as a result of large government contracts to produce the khaki yard goods needed for the Canadian Armed Forces uniforms. Times change, history marches on and the mill finally closed for good in 1959.
An amazing team of business developers, contractors, and seasoned commercial experts are estoring the old mill to its former glory.
With over 25,000 square feet of luxury office and retail space available to customize and tailor to any need, the possibilities for your business here are limitless. Steps to a downtown core that teams with activity this is the ultimate location for your corporate or professional office. Cafes on the river, chic boutique shopping, historic hotels, banks and Brant County head offices are just a few of the amenities within a stones throw.
View part two of the video series here…
The historic feel and architectural nuances coupled with a total update of all mechanical systems provides the perfect blend of old and new. With construction moving quickly and 30% of the office space leased already please do not hesitate to contact me for details and a personal tour of the space.