With over 120 specialty merchants and vendors located at St. Lawrence Market, it’s no surprise that it was voted the world’s best food market by National Geographic.
Waterfront Toronto has been working hard on many initiatives to make not only our lakefront area better, but also improve our whole city. We’ve told you about some of their ongoing projects, like helping Toronto become an Intelligent Community, and the development of George Brown’s brand new waterfront campus. Last September, Waterfront Toronto announced a partnership with IBM to continue making Toronto a smarter city.
As you know, Toronto is the condo capital of the world. New projects are going up daily and we see the results of that at street level. Wood hoarding is meant to block the sidewalk traffic from the massive holes and digging equipment used on our building sites. The reality is that the hoarding is a better view than what’s behind it, but it’s still not a great look for our city.
We never turn down an opportunity to show off the L Tower and last week we got the chance to do just that, when we hosted a tour with the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Canada (CTBUH).