Energy in sculpted form, 1181 Queen Street West stakes its claim in a provocative, innovative symphony of metals, glass, and brick. In dramatic escalating torque, the structure rises to broaden its sway, overseeing one of the world’s vital communities.

1181 Queen West stands boldly as the gateway to a neighbourhood that defines itself on defying convention. Its intricate design challenges perception of depth and stance. Discover gleaming glass elegantly framed by cool, silver-grey stone. Here, each level assumes its own form, commanding its own space: set-back, thrust outward, and eventually angled into dramatic leading edges on the upper levels.


Elaine Fleck Gallery

1351 Queen St W
Pledged to the long-term support of its masterful artists. Painting, photography, and mixed-media.

Ryerson Artspace

1214 Queen St W
Curated by the faculty of Ryerson University, not-for-profit, exhibiting student output from film to photography to new media.

WilliamsCraig Design

38 Ossington Ave
A progressive studio offering residential and corporate services from interior & furniture design, architecture, and graphic design to strategic marketing.


72 Ossington Ave
A Canadian take on the Parisian bistro featuring a weekly menu of classics-inspired fare created from locally sourced ingredients.


720 Queen St W
The flagship location of Toronto’s go-to restaurant for simple, authentic southern Italian cuisine. Cozy confines and consistently upper-quality food, wine and coffees.


88 Ossington Ave
Inspired by the cuisine of the southeastern United States, meals are best enjoyed at shared tables. Alert: Tuesday features fried chicken specials per piece.


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