8 Queen Street East
LocationNorth East Corner of Queen and Main Streets
Target MarketBrampton, Downtown Corridor
DescriptionCommercial / Retail /Office - Fully Restored, 3 storey (with elevator) + basement
Total GLA
AccessFronts onto Queen Street, Main Street and The Rose Theatre/Public Square
Parking600 underground spaces at rear of building (beneath Rose Theatre/Public Square), Metre parking on Queen and Main Streets

Located at the Cities most significant intersection,  8 Queen Street E. (also known as the Dominion Building) has been said to be Brampton's most prominent heritage building. Designed by Thomas Fuller, the architect of Canada's first parliament buildings, the Dominium Building was erected in 1889, with distinctive cupola added in 1906 and a clock tower in 1914. Over the years it has served as Brampton's Post Office, headquarters for the Brampton Police and offices for the city's planning department. The Dominium Building has recently been completely stripped and restored including;  structure, stone and brick exterior, windows, metal roof, sprinkler system, cupola and clock tower (the clock is now automated and back in operation) and a new 400 square foot addition has been added to house a new elevator. This property boasts excellent exposure, views, high ceilings, exposed brick and beams and a large sunny southwest facing patio on Rose Theatre square complete with City waterfall feature.

*8 Queen is an Inzola Group property