Just over three months remain until the third biennial edition of the Toronto of the Future exhibition lands at Metro Hall. Presented by Mizrahi Developments, co-hosted by the City, and sponsored in part by UrbanToronto, the week-long event running from June 25 to July 1 will highlight changing trends in the land development and architecture fields, including their impact on the growth of our city.
The event is inspired by the similar ‘Montréal du Futur®’ exhibition, held every two years since 2006. Like the Montréal-based event, Toronto of the Future will be showcasing the various under construction, approved, planned or envisioned projects set to reshape our city in the coming years, including commercial, residential, and institutional real estate projects as well as transportation/infrastructure.
Visitors attending will get the chance to check out 3D scale models, illustrations, renderings, and virtual presentations from top architects, contractors, developers, and government agencies, including the City Planning Division of the City of Toronto. The visual aspect of the exhibition will be complemented by educational talks and presentations from key business and civic organizations who contribute to the future development of the city.
Running from June 25 to July 1, 2019, in Metro Hall at 55 John St., the event is free to attend and is expected to draw in thousands of visitors during its week-long run. While the majority of the event is free to attend, Toronto of the Future will kick off with an official opening ceremony and reception on Monday, June 24 at Metro Hall featuring speeches and a symbolic ribbon-cutting ceremony. Tickets for the ceremony and following reception are available in limited quantity, priced at $200+tax.
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