As the Holiday season draws nearer, a number of Holiday Markets are popping up around the city, adding some much needed warmth to counterbalance the growing cold of Winter. A couple of weeks ago, we reported on three of these Holiday Markets, and today we return with two more Holiday Markets planned for this weekend, both being presented by developer TAS.

Kingston&Co. Condominiums, TAS, DUKE Condos, TorontoChristmas tree, image by Marcus Mitanis

In the West End, The Junction Flea Holiday Market, will run this Friday, December 5th, from 6 PM – 10 PM, as well as Saturday December 6th from 10 AM to 6 PM, and Sunday December 7th from 12 PM to 5 PM. The event will take place at Smash, located at 2880 Dundas Street West, steps from the construction site for TAS' DUKE Condos, a mid-rise condominium development designed by Quadrangle Architects currently in its shoring and excavation phase. The Junction Flea Holiday Market will offer guests a unique selection of holiday gifts to purchase for friends and family.

In the East End, the Upper Beach Holiday Market is being hosted right next to the presentation centre for Kingston&Co Condominiums, TAS' new 10-storey, Teeple Architects-designed condominium development coming to Kingston Road in Scarborough. This Saturday, December 6th, the outdoor holiday celebration will have plenty to offer its guests, including free hot chocolate to the first 200 visitors, Christmas trees and wreaths starting in price at $10.00, and a wide range of other holiday gifts like knits, jewelry, body butters, pet goodies, treats and more. To reinforce the feeling of holiday cheer, a choir will be on hand to sing carols for guests of the event. 

 

Kingston&Co. Condominiums, TAS, DUKE Condos, TorontoJunction Flea Holiday Market and Upper Beach Holiday Market, image courtesy of TAS

You can RSVP for both events by visiting TAS' website.

Additional information and renderings can be found in our dataBase files for DUKE and Kingston&Co, linked below. If you want to get involved in the discussion, visit the associated Forum threads or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.