TORONTO—Have you always wished you could have a prestigious business address in Toronto? How about the Toronto Star Building? You can, when you rent virtual office space in Toronto.

Built in 1929, the Old Toronto Star Building was abandoned in 1970 when the newspaper moved to One Yonge Street, a 25-story building that’s 100 meters tall. The building marks the foot of what was Highway 11, known as “the longest street in the world.”

The Toronto Star is still a tenant at One Yonge Street. The editorial department is located on the fifth floor. Other tenants include the Liquor Control Board of Ontario and Torstar.

You can rent Toronto virtual office space from Davinci Virtual at the Toronto Star Building. Located at One Yonge Street in Toronto, Davinci offers virtual offices through Toronto Star Building for prices starting at $50 a month. That makes it one of the most affordable virtual offices just about anywhere.

This Toronto virtual office package includes a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, and a lobby greeter to welcome any guests who come to pick up or drop off packages and more.

This virtual office space in Toronto also makes available conference room rental for $25 to $45 an hour and day time office space for $10 to $35 an hour. You can use your Toronto virtual office address for business cards, licensing, websites and other public materials. With Davinci Virtual, you also get access to a network of more than 3,000 meeting rooms worldwide.