Real people doing the EdgeWalk at the CN Tower in the late afternoon. Beautiful colours of the sunset in the back
Allen Lambert Galleria, sometimes described as the "crystal cathedral of commerce", is an atrium designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava which connects Bay Street with Sam Pollock Square.
Tourists doing the EdgeWalk in the CN Tower. It is the world's highest full-circle, hands-free walk. The attraction is closed in Winter and bad weather.
Underpass Park revitalization under way (it was opened in 2012). The space is the most extensive park ever built under an overpass in Canada, and the first ever in Toronto.
Honest Ed sign is removed by a Pattison Sign crew. Worker on the roof tying ropes to lower the second piece of the iconic sign.
The traditional Toronto landmark and famous place will be redeveloped with commercial and residential modern buildings
Honest Ed sign is removed by a Pattison Sign crew. Workers and the ad 'Everybody Lives Bargains' framed in the removed piece.
The traditional Toronto landmark and famous place closed last December and will be redeveloped with commercial and residential modern buildings
CIBC branch in old vintage building at Danforth and Broadview Avenues. The image has the traditional streetcars wires and depicts the everyday lifestyle of the neighbourhood.
St. Felix Centre building in the downtown district. The center is a non-profit community center offering compassionate, faith-inspired community for marginalized individuals
Gargoyle in the clock tower of the Old City Hall building. The Richardsonian Romanesque Revival landmark is a tourist attraction in the Canadian city