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dracolnyte

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Looks like glass is falling off 88 Harbour from the winds today:


HARBOUR STREET CLOSED

February 12th, 2019

Dear Resident(s),


Re: Harbour Street Closed from York Street to Bay Street

Please note Harbour Street has been closed off between York Street and Bay Street.

At this time, Police and the Fire department have secured the south-east side of 88 Harbour. We advise all residents that nobody should be exiting or entering through the revolving doors onto Harbour Street. All vehicles must exit through Lakeshore Blvd.

We kindly ask residents to avoid this area until the proper authorities have cleared the scene.

Thank you in advance for your co-operation.

MenRes Property Management Inc.
Nope. Was from this guy's office, SunLife building, facing South East, you can see the Aon building and RBC building in the background, reflecting on Harbour Plaza
same view from google maps https://goo.gl/maps/Jn2PbqUxArK2
 

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Feb 19/19: A Tour of the "Market 63 by Coppa's" at One York. Apologies in advance for some of the blurry pics, I was shooting on the run.

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We'll start at next to the Banksy statue on the PATH to One York. This entrance here will lead to the "Nona's Cafe" within Market 63:

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Walking towards One York we get an idea of what the outside of the store will look like. This is going to be the main PATH entrance and exit. There are cashier's behind those doors.

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Turning left down the hallway towards the Coppa's flower shop:

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And turning left again to get to the back entrance of the store:

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And a final left to enter the store:

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Feb 19/19 ct'd: A Tour of the "Market 63 by Coppa's" at One York. Apologies in advance for some of the blurry pics, I was shooting on the run.

These are shot in "Nona's Cafe". It was hard to get many shots as this is where they were serving most of the appetizers and where everyone was hanging out:

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Thanks for the pics.
Looks like they have a nice selection of products and services.
They need to bring the ceiling down somehow - the high ceiling with the exposed utilities doesn't feel "intimate" enough for a higher end store like that.
The mall frontage is awful, though. It reminds me of retail frontages in outdated 1980s malls.
There's too much blank wall and it's not inviting.
 

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The store looks nicely done, heck even better than McEwan's latest at Bloor and Yonge (the higher ceiling probably helps in that regard).
 
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