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St. Lawrence Market

Toronto apartments for rent - St. Lawrence Market

Located north of the Toronto harbour at Front Street East and Jarvis Street, the St. Lawrence Market is on the original site of the old Town of York, founded in 1793. The South Market, constructed in 1833, is known for the variety and freshness of its fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods, dairy products and restaurants. The Market Gallery is located on the second floor and features displays of current and historic artwork ­ admission is fere and open to the public. The North Farmers Market operates year round on Saturdays. Its tradition began in 1803 and is stronger than ever with a showcase of seasonal harvest, preserves, organic produce, as well as a variety of seafood, meat and poultry. The St. Lawrence Hall, on the southwest corner of Jarvis and King Street East, was built in 1850 and restored in 1967. A favourite feature of this area is the eye-catching mural by Calgary artist Derek Besant depicting a Victorian facade on the broad back wall of the Flatiron Building on Wellington Street. The area is dotted with renovated historical buildings, office complexes, boutiques and assorted residential buildings.  Visit an apartment for rent in the St. Lawrence community (also see Studio District) by clicking on a link below:

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