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Bloor-Yorkville

NYC-Based MOSCOT Eyewear to Open 1st Store in Canada in Toronto’s Yorkville Area

Toronto will be one of less than a dozen cities globally to have a standalone store for the 106-year-old MOSCOT brand. 

New Retailers that Recently Opened in Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville, and What’s to Come 

Canada’s most prestigious urban retail node is seeing new stores open including a mix of independents and big name brands. 

Richemont Making Substantial Investments in Canada with Cartier Renovations and a New Store

French conglomerate invests in luxury jewellery brand for Canadian market.

Upscale US-Based Brand ‘Lafayette 148’ to Open 1st Standalone Store in Canada in Toronto

The womenswear brand has been available in limited distribution at Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue. The new store signals confidence in brick-and-mortar retail at an important location.

Upscale French Fashion Brand Anne Fontaine Entering Canada with 1st Store to Open in Toronto

Known particularly for its diverse styles of white shirts, the Anne Fontaine brand is the latest to expand into the Canadian market with a bricks-and-mortar storefront.

Retail Photo Tour: Downtown Toronto Retailers Reopen After 105 Days in Lockdown

We're already noticing some retailers that have shuttered permanently, while others that reopened had lineups to get in.

Photo Tour: Toronto Bloor Street ‘Mink Mile’ Set for Big Changes in 2021

The iconic street is seeing a shift as some stores close and new ones open.

The Gap to Close Bloor Street Flagship Store in Toronto in January 2021

The store has occupied “Canada’s best retail corner” since 1999 and its vacancy will leave a hole in the ‘Mink Mile’.

Photo Tour: Yorkville Area in Toronto During the Lockdown, Big Changes to Come

The prestigious high-density area in downtown Toronto will see new retailers in 2021 as leasing activity picks up.

Bloor-Yorkville BIA Unveils New ‘Urban Campfire Benches’ on the Mink Mile in Toronto [Photos]

The massive project adds an element of interest to Canada’s most prestigious retail street.
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