During Summer 2022, Market Street (Front Street to The Esplanade) was pedestrianised and turned into an Urban Park with seating areas, entertainment and activities.
To collect information on how people viewed this project and the pedestrianisation of Market Street, from August 10th – Oct 18th 2022, the general public and local business representatives were encouraged to share their feedback through a survey.
The survey was promoted via on-site signage, social media and e-newsletters to businesses and the public by St Lawrence Market, Old Town Toronto/St Lawrence Market Neighbourhood Business Improvement Area and other stakeholders such as the St Lawrence Neighbourhood Residents Association.
The survey findings can be found by clicking here.
Join your neighbours on Market Street for live entertainment, pop up market vendors with street food feature items (Tuesdays to Saturdays), seating and more! Market Street (Front Street to The Esplanade) is now an Urban Park open to pedestrians for summer 2022. Looking for parking suggestions, directions and our musical event schedule? See below.
The I Heart Market Street Music Series offers a selection of Toronto musicians appearing Tuesday – Friday 11:30am – 1:30pm and Wednesday – Friday 6pm – 8pm. This series is scheduled to run weekly until mid September and is free to attend. To see a list of upcoming performances on Market Street as well as our other local parks, programmed by Old Town Toronto, click here now.
Looking for parking? Click on the icons of our interactive map below for quick directions to local parkades. Want more, including parking rates? Check out www.parkopedia.ca.
For easy directions click here to find St Lawrence Market on Google Maps, click the directions icon, plug in your starting address, then choose your mode of transportation (driving, transit, cycling, walking.)
Special thank you to the City of Toronto, Government of Canada and FedDev Ontario for financial support through the Main Street Innovation Fund. Thank you as well to the St Lawrence Market and St Lawrence Neighbourhood Association.