The Galleria at the Liberty Market is an architectural wonder and unique feature within the Liberty Village neighbourhood. The semi-enclosed glass atrium structure covers what was previously open space between the two building. This area houses The Shops at The Liberty Market Building, a range of retail and storefront offerings that cater to both tenants and visitors alike.
There’s something invigorating about stepping into this complex! The space is a beautiful cobblestone walkway about 100 metres long, is filled with lots of great retail shops, pubs, bars and restaurants throughout making it a great outdoor venue space and if weather isn’t on your side its covered!
Set in the heart of one of Toronto’s fastest-growing neighbourhoods, Liberty Market Building offers retail tenants the opportunity to capitalize on a steady stream of both local and visiting clientele. With the influx of new townhomes and condominiums in the area, as well as an expected 30,000 new residents, the neighbourhood’s local demographic of young urban professionals, as well as the building’s close proximity to the downtown core and existing tenant base, provide an attractive opportunity for commercial interests.
With more than 100,000 sq. ft. of main level retail and showroom space, this neighbourhood commercial magnet offers a unique mixed retail and distribution proposition. With several key incentives, including the opportunity to lease space that can accommodate storage needs, Liberty Market Building offers an attractive retail venue and provides all the elements needed for commercial success. This space is quite verstatile and has been underutlized so if you are looking for a new venue that has not hosted too many events check out the Liberty Market
Father’s Day is coming soon! Are you looking for the ultimate way to surprise dad this year? On June 16 2013, celebrate your father with the perfect outing in Toronto!
2013 Father’s Day Walk/Run
Sunday, June 16 2013, 8:30a.m, Ashbridges Bay Park
Help Celebrate Fathers by raising funds and awareness for Prostate Cancer Canada. This national 5km family event takes place at Ashbridges Bay Park. Donate and register here.
Father’s Day Brunch at Casa Loma
Sunday, June 16, 2013, Casa Loma- 1 Austin Terrace
Experience Father’s Day brunch in the stately elegance of Toronto’s famous castle. The Library is a spectacular setting for your meal. After brunch, enjoy a self-guided tour of the castle. http://www.casaloma.org/
4th Annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show
Give your dad a Father’s Day to remember! He will walk the red carpet with over 120 beautiful examples of classic and exotic cars, including Porsche, Aston Martin, Ferrari & more. http://www.yorkvilleexotics.com/
Jubilee Queen Father’s Day Cruise
Looking for a unique Fathers Day gift? Experience Father’s Day brunch from the water on Jubilee Queen Cruise. You will enjoy a 2 hour tour of the Toronto Islands & Harbour while feasting on a fabulous buffet menu prepared fresh on board by an award winning chef. Get more info here
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The design offers big open spaces, a contemporary look and an efficient setting that can easily switch to many events needs.
The decor featured on the main level: big trees as well as LED panels, sleek seating areas and a sumptuous outdoor terrace. As for the downstairs, you enter a cozy lounge space with tufted banquettes, a dining area and more for a full relaxing experience. Cinema aims to get you to incredible place that would only be seen in movies.
This is a one of a kind Club in Toronto!
Indoor Capacity for the main floor: 1,000
Private room capacity (downstairs): 150 or 80 seated for dinner
Outdoor capacity: 120
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Supported a great cause and learned from ABC News, Google Canada and Green Lotus search engine and social media marketing experts. Speakers provided industry best practices to better manage your online marketing strategy, improve brand awareness and your bottom line.
Where: YWCA Toronto Headquarters, 87 Elm St. Toronto (Bay & Dundas)
Admission: FREE with a donation to the YWCA Toronto Girls’ Centre
Whether just starting to plan an online marketing strategy or deep into implementation; the Donate & Learn Workshop provided the knowledge, strategies and networking opportunities needed to improve online marketing results,&take your businesses to the next level!
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Sponsored by: Go Daddy, Toronto Star’s NewInHomes.com, Epic Cruises and Big3 Video Agency
100% of donations went to the YWCA Girl’s Centre – a judgment free and supportive environment for young women to start building their futures. The YWCA Girls’ Center members are media savvy, fearless future leaders. Supporting members of the Girls’Center becoming exactly who they’d like to be!
The inaugural edition of the Dundas West Fest took place on the 8th of June 2013!
In collaboration with the Dundas West BIA & the Little Portugal BIA. The Dundas West Fest aimed to unite businesses, residents and the many communities that together make up the neighbourhood.
Where: Dundas Street West from the Old Village of Brockton to Little Portugal
The 12 city blocks fest featured: 3 entertainment stages, 6 busker zones, over 40 Licensed patios, Children’s activities, great food, live music and fabulous shopping.(Over 200 Unique Vendors).
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