ST. LAWRENCE – ONCE AN INDUSTRIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD; NOW A TOURIST DESTINATION

MARKET11         <ST. LAWRENCE MARKET NEIGHBOURHOOD, 1924, City of Toronto Archives>

Home to the best food market anywhere (National Geographic/April/2012), some of the most interesting architecture in the city, the first flatiron building in North America, St James Anglican Cathedral, the Young People’s Theatre, restaurants, bars, the Sunday flea market, St. Lawrence Hall, the Sony Centre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, the Market Gallery, and ubiquitous condos – it’s one of the oldest districts in a young city.  Ideal territory for urban explorers.

Subway stop – KING, and walk east

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