A class-A office building that really stands out at a prominent intersection is home to the Yonge Sheppard office space in Ontario. The tower, which has TTC subway station access at street level, has 16 floors and is also called the Proctor and Gamble building. Business neighbours include several Canadian firms, including chartered accountants, a recruitment group, actuaries and financial services, as well as corporations in healthcare, health services, housing and finance. Ontario's universities produce well-educated workers, encouraging researchers and business to work together, and it is also strong on innovation and building a competitive business climate. The office space is sandwiched between four major routes - the 407, 401, 400 and 404 - making it highly accessible in all directions by road. Controlled underground parking is available at the office space.