Deluxe Toronto moving across town

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After 25 years in the same location, Deluxe Toronto is moving to a new, 60,000 square-foot facility.

The relocation to the new post-production and digital media facility won’t be competed until February 2014, due to the work needed to prepare the new space. Deluxe is taking over the top three floors of 901 King Street West in the downtown core, the company announced Thursday.

It’s currently located at 424 Adelaide Street East.

Deluxe Toronto’s current film projects include: Vincenzo Natalie’s The Haunter and Wolves from Copperheart Entertainment; the Robert Redford picture All is Lost, Mortal Instruments from Constantine and Don Carmody Productions; the Robocop and Carrie remakes; Atom Egoyan’s The Devil’s Knot.

It’s  current television projects including Beauty and the Beast, The Vikings, Lost Girl and Nikita.

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