About Duncan Mill Hive
Duncan Mill Hive is a bright, spacious space for you to come and work, meet new people, focus on your business or career. We are on ground level which means no elevator line-ups and we have free parking so you do not have to worry about additional parking fees. We are easy to get to in an ideal location just south of Hwy 401 between Don Mills Road and Leslie Street. We are TTC accessible with both bus and subway close by. Fairview mall is just minutes away at Don Mills Rd/Sheppard Ave and there are many restaurants and coffee shops close by. We have a beautiful outdoor terrace with benches and picnic tables for you to enjoy your lunch or a break.
Need to stretch your legs? The Betty Sutherland Trail along the Don river is just a short walk away. Meander further if you like along the Don River Valley ravine and the Duncan Mill Greenbelt. If you brought your lunch to work, or you want to enjoy a bit of sunshine, we’ve provided picnic tables, benches and a lovely pergola as part of our service. Need a place to store items? We’ve provided on site storage units if you require one. Talk to us. We’ll be happy to accommodate you. While working here, some of your nearby neighbours include: Access Storage, Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy, Noble Plumbing Supplies, Jumpfactor Inbound Marketing, Ontario Real Estate Association, Allevio Pain Management, the Kraft Heinz Company, FedEx Shipment. Welcome to Duncan Mill Hive.
Inspired by a beautiful heritage building in Markham Village, the desire to own her own business and a visit to a coworking space in Toronto, Charlotte opened the first coworking space in Markham, Ontario in 2016. She’d spent some time working from home in prior job positions and as a consultant and found it very hard to focus, was lonely, had too many distractions, and not to mention, no one to laugh at her jokes. So The Village Hive was born – a place for entrepreneurs and remote workers to socialize, build relationships and make genuine connections both personally and in business in our tech lonely world. Like bees need a hive, people need a tribe to thrive.