Just a block walk from the St Lawrence Market this is a must do walk by. A piece of Old Toronto surrounded by high rise structures. Iconic.
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Whenever I see this building, it reminds me of the times I have been in Paris. I absolutely adore the Parisian architecture. I love that in Paris, you can stand on a street corner and admire half a dozen buildings like this one.
The Gooderham (Flatiron) Building is an iconic landmark in Toronto. It was built in 1892 and looks rather incongruous surrounded by modern high rises.
Love this building for its narrow wedge shape and for the mural on its back wall. The Flatiron Mural by Canadian artist Derek Michael Besant uses a trompe l'oeil effect to not only make the wall appear to have more windows than it does, but...More
This is a great historical spot in Downtown Toronto that is worth taking a look at. The old Distillery District is steeped in history of whiskey making and an unsolved mystery of one of the biggest whiskey heists in Canada that had a long list...More
This building gives New York's version a run for its money! Located at a beautiful intersection, it's the subject of many photographers. When approached from either ends, this building stands tall as an important Toronto landmark. It has been well maintained and is a sight...More
If you happen to be in downtown Toronto, near the St Lawrence Market, the Gooderham ( Flatiron ) Building is a must see. It's a beautifiul piece of architecture and quite a contrast to some of the contemporary buildings around it. The Gooderham Buildng, and...More
After exploring The Distillery District and St Lawrence Market, we were just about ready to head home. However I could not resist a quick photo stop at Toronto’s famous flatiron building -- the Gooderham Building, conveniently located at the next intersection (Front St E, Church...More
This iconic building is something to behold. A regular unique fixture in downtown Toronto. Walk along the many restaurants and shops that surround this building.