Queen Street West: Heritage red brick building and everyday lifestyles of the city people
Balancing the modern skyscrapers with green areas in the city. Toronto is known as a City Inside a Park for the many public parks it has.
Handwritten tiles in the Leslie Subway Station. The handwritten words belong to community members. The work is named Ampersand (2002) by Micah Lexier
Downtown district main buildings. Point of view from the CN Tower. The famous place area is a major tourist attraction with modern architecture in the Canadian city
Architectural details of the Automotive Building which houses the Beanfield Centre. The landmark is a heritage building at Exhibition Place. Antique lamp in the porch
The Enercare Centre, modern architecture building exterior. The famous place is an exhibition building well known for annually hosting Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and other events.
The Bank of Toronto (Corinthian columns) is a heritage building in 205 Yonge Street. The old vintage building is being integrated into the new skyline of the area as new buildings are constructed.