Via Bloor is a tale of two buildings set to become a neighbourhood of people, public spaces, and culturally rich experiences. Envisioned as a new retail promenade, Tridel will extend Bloor Street’s famed shopping district to create Via Bloor. More than revitalization, it will inspire you to shop, eat, explore, and live. It will become a boulevard of urbanity and greenery, just steps from the subway, framed by Yorkville, Rosedale Village, and the Danforth.
Small spaces, big impact. Blink and you might miss them. To the untrained eye they might seem unexceptional. But upon closer inspection a world of incredible flavor, distinguished technique, and amazing value is revealed.
Call it a renaissance. Call it culinary resillience. Just don’t call me late for dinner. Cabbagetown, one of Toronto’s most long-standing neighbourhoods is having its moment. With an influx of restaurants to suit all tastes, there’s never been a better time for a night out on the town.
Monday to Friday: 11am - 7pm
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 12 noon - 6pm
4800 Dufferin St. Entrance B
Toronto, ON M3H 5S9
A diverse and thriving slice of city, a dynamic and constantly buzzing urban experience anchored by its most character-enhancing asset: its people. They keep it interesting and make it their own. This is a community that writes its own story.
People of #ViaBloor - Sierra. #bloorstreet fashionista. "Bloor Street has the best shopping in Toronto. I like to come here even if it is just to window shop. I recently started working in the area, so I am discovering new places to east and hang out everyday." Bloor in one word: "Posh. Bloor makes me feel chic." #toronto #tridel
People of #ViaBloor – Jorge. Student from Venezuela at the Toronto Reference Library finding books for his essay. “I’m from Venezuela. Studying right now. English at a small college, they gave me a scholarship. I need to do an essay, so I decided to do it about physics.” His take on the reference library: “It’s crazy, it’s too much. We don’t have these kinds of things in Venezuela. I got lost, needed to ask for help. Everyone here is nice.” #bloorstreet #toronto #TOreferencelibrary #tridel
People of #ViaBloor - Fayyaz. Cooling down your day one ice cream at a time. "I'm here parked on Bloor from 12-3 o'clock everyday. Before it was someone else. We are on wheels, so we go where the good business is. If you're a store, you're stuck there. If it's not working there, we can always move. It was actually the other food trucks that attracted me. The public is coming here." #bloorstreet #toronto #condo
People of #ViaBloor – Jasmine. Sales at David’s Footwear. “Lots of restaurants, we see a lot of characters. You can imagine with the glass windows, we see so many different kinds of people. Very multicultural, lots of different kind of people, ethnicities. It’s a really great city, I’ve been here my whole life.” Bloor in One Word: “Very Eccentric.” #torontocondo #toronto #condo #bloorstreet
People of #ViaBloor – Matt. Local Starbucks Barista. What does it mean for you to work on Bloor? “I used to come here all the time when I was younger from out of the city, but now I work here. It gives you a different perception. I mean it’s very cool, we get a lot of celebrities, it’s a good area. You treat everyone like regulars; we know their drink orders, it’s like a family.” Bloor in One Word: “It’s very classy, I’d say.” #torontocondo #bloorstreet #toronto #condo