I realize a soundstage is just a glorified warehouse but this is the entertainment industry. I wish they'd go the extra mile and make it look glamourous. Entering a movie studio there should be an aura of glitz, grandeur, and fantasy. MGM, Disneyland, Universal Studios, etc. all pay particular attention to these details because image matters. It's what they do.Hot on the heels of Pinewood Toronto's Phase 2 construction start, this:
First Studio Toronto (which is in Markham lol) TV and Film production and post-production (incl. visual effects) on 20 acres - Quadrangle - Spring 2021 start
Plans have now increased to 800,000 square feet with 20 sound stages including the largest “Super Stage” in North America, which at 80,000 square feet, dwarfs the present largest on the continent - Pinewood Toronto’s Mega-Stage which is 46,000 sq ft (First Studio’s Stage 2 is also larger @50,000 sq ft).
Render (before expansion news)