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  • 31st August
    2012
  • 31
criacow:

themightyif:

c4bl3fl4m3:

1000-reasons-why-i-love-toronto:

#995 Modern Spaces - Sherbourne Commons
I love the architecture of Toronto. Some of my favorite buildings in the world are in Toronto. For me the Sherbourne commons is a combination of modern art meets public urban park. Futuristic in nature, it looks straight out of a design’s dream. I love it.

I lived on Sherbourne Street & I’ve never heard of this, nor do I have any idea where it’s located. Anyone?

“East of Lower Sherbourne Street, from Lake Shore Boulevard to the water’s edge, on both sides of Queens Quay” — from here. (I’ve never been there either.)

They only finished it last year or so. It’s already becoming neat. Walk down Jarvis or Sherbourne to the end; it’s just east of Sugar Beach (it’s Sugar Beach, then the new Corus building, then Sherbourne Commons).

Thanks, everyone. I rarely got down to that part of the street, plus I haven’t been in Toronto since January, so it’s no surprise I haven’t even heard of it.
Totally checking it out the next time I’m up. (Which, btw, I should totally figure out when that’s going to be. Should have done it in September when it’s still warm. Maybe I could, still?)

criacow:

themightyif:

c4bl3fl4m3:

1000-reasons-why-i-love-toronto:

#995 Modern Spaces - Sherbourne Commons

I love the architecture of Toronto. Some of my favorite buildings in the world are in Toronto. For me the Sherbourne commons is a combination of modern art meets public urban park. Futuristic in nature, it looks straight out of a design’s dream. I love it.

I lived on Sherbourne Street & I’ve never heard of this, nor do I have any idea where it’s located. Anyone?

“East of Lower Sherbourne Street, from Lake Shore Boulevard to the water’s edge, on both sides of Queens Quay” — from here. (I’ve never been there either.)

They only finished it last year or so. It’s already becoming neat. Walk down Jarvis or Sherbourne to the end; it’s just east of Sugar Beach (it’s Sugar Beach, then the new Corus building, then Sherbourne Commons).

Thanks, everyone. I rarely got down to that part of the street, plus I haven’t been in Toronto since January, so it’s no surprise I haven’t even heard of it.

Totally checking it out the next time I’m up. (Which, btw, I should totally figure out when that’s going to be. Should have done it in September when it’s still warm. Maybe I could, still?)

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    Thanks, everyone. I rarely got down to that part of the street, plus I haven’t been in Toronto since January, so it’s no...
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    They only finished it last year or so. It’s already becoming neat. Walk down Jarvis or Sherbourne to the end; it’s just...
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    "East of Lower Sherbourne Street, from Lake Shore Boulevard to the water’s edge, on both sides of Queens Quay" — from...
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