It’s such a blessing to have the Billy Bishop Airport so close to home. Sure, we’d love to make use of the beautiful new Union Pearson Express, but with the Island airport so close to come, why would we head all the way to Pearson?
Not only is St. Lawrence Market the first neighbourhood in Toronto, it’s also one of the most accessible. 158 Front just steps away from Union Station, our city’s transportation hub, and is both pedestrian and bike-friendly with Market Street right around the corner. Our area has made the space to accommodate all forms of transportation, and that’s one of the reasons we love it so much.
We can’t believe it’s that time again, but the CNE is opening this Friday and we just can’t wait. Toronto’s signature fair will draw the regular crowds with new attractions and old favourites.
As usual, attendees of the CNE will be able to roam the food tent and see what’s on the cutting edge of interesting, albeit unhealthy, local faire; check out the many exhibits; and of course, catch the air show, win some cash at the casino, and go on all the rides. Here are some of the attractions we’re most looking forward to.
It’s been a great ride since we launched Pier 27 phases one and two, and we’re now proud to announce the third phase of our amazing lakefront development.
As you may know, the first two phases of Pier 27 were met with great praise. We built two beautiful low-rise buildings overlooking Lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. We’re now adding a brand new phase to the development which will be totally different. Our newest addition to our community at the foot of Yonge Street is a tower overlooking the waterfront with a great view of the heart of the city.
They may be transparent, but they’re always catching our eye. Windows are such a huge part of architecture and one of our favourite elements of a building. Take a look around any city and windows are mostly what you see!