Known for the historic food market, which that has its origins in the early 1800s. Locals and tourists visit to experience the bustle of a traditional fresh-food market, sample everything from fruit to seafood, and browse exhibits and antiques.
A scenic area filled with professionals and families in supported housing.
Diverse dining and farm-fresh options, parks, and culture options come nights and weekends.
Shop for fresh fruits and vegetables, take cooking classes, and taste Toronto's local delights and search for collector’s items at this high-ranking local favourite neighbourhood.
A blend of commercial and loft or condo buildings make the St. Lawrence Market area a neighbourhood for the urban-inclined.