Many smaller shopping centres that require big-name retailers and lack the benefit of being attached to large tourist areas are having to revisit their business plans. Many are opting to add condominium towers, more restaurants and more entertainment offerings, such as amusement parks, fitness centres, video arcades, movie theatres and escape rooms, turning shopping specific locations into family friendly places to pass the time. With residential properties built in, they hope to attract new visitors.
The shop, which specializes in used and vintage pressings, has set up shop on the second floor of Sonic Bar & Cafe
If Toronto’s leaders are serious about creating a more walkable city, they should support the Reimagining Yonge proposal
RioCan's Bathurst College Centre is now rising into the sky across from Toronto Western Hospital. The development will bring new retailers to the area including Sobey's, along with office space.
Ontario's premier is accusing the owners of a Tim Hortons franchise of using their employees as pawns to push back against her government's hike to the minimum wage.