If you are looking for excellent, natural beauty products, then take a stroll down Scollard Street and visit The Detox Market. This simplistic store, highlights their natural products with knowledgeable, and very friendly staff. The green beauty store originated as a pop-up shop on the bohemian Abbott Kinney Boulevard in Venice, California. The popularity for […]
At the start of every Christmas season, my first stop for filling the six plus stockings, I’ve become famous for, is the 2 boutique toy stores in Bloor-Yorkville. Adding goofiness and whimsy to Christmas morning comes easily, with a trip through both of these unique stores. For one stocking, the goal is a new and […]
For many, the Village of Yorkville Park may just seem like a nice place to eat lunch on the bistro-style tables, but it is one of most unusual and intriguing outdoor public spaces in our city.
After a Cumberland Street block of Victorian row houses were demolished to make way for the new east-west subway line in the 1950s, the razed site remained a parking lot for 40 years. Then in 1991, after much lobbying by local residents and business owners, the City of Toronto agreed to transform the one-acre lot into a park, Not just a standard patch of grass with a couple of trees and benches, but a new kind of urban public space.
The BIA staff have been working diligently on a brand new look with website company, Elite Digital Agency. The new Bloor-Yorkville BIA website will remain on top of all Google searches, with an easier to navigate site, which will be great for mobile and desktop. The current BIA website has an average of over 30,000 […]
The Bloor-Yorkville BIA is thrilled to present the 6th Annual Yorkville Exotic Car Show on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19, 2016 between Noon – 5 pm. Bloor Street, will play host to an impressive red-carpet display of 110 highly coveted vehicles from Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, among others, all in support of Prostate Cancer Canada (PCC). […]