Originally a parking lot, this is now an urban park that was designed to reflect the Canadian landscape coast to coast.
This tower represented a new type of architecture in the city at the time where post-war downtown development only consisted of single-use towers that were abandoned at night.
In the carpenter gothic revival style, this is home to the Helconian Club which supports women in the arts and is also a great music venue and art gallery.
You'll discover a number of metal sculptures on display that normal passerby's won't be able to see. The path leads into the Yorkville Village mall.
This is Toronto Public Library's oldest library. It dates back to June of 1907 when it was then the northern end of Toronto.