Toronto of the Future returning for third edition next year
Leading players in real estate and architecture will present the third biennial edition of Toronto of the Future, a unique display of commercial, industrial mixed use, residential developments, and urban infrastructure and transportation projects that will shape Canada’s most dynamic city in the years to come.
Toronto of the Future is a free exhibit to be held from June 25 to July 1, 2019 at Metro Hall (55 John St.). The event’s Top Presenting Sponsors are Mizrahi Developments and The One Residences and once again the event is co-hosted by the City of Toronto. The second biennial edition of the event was held in the same venue in June 2017 and was a resounding success.
This not-to-be missed event will feature groundbreaking 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 displays will include various projects under construction, approved, planned or envisioned, but all will inspire the conversation of the evolution of a great city. Key stakeholders from the private and public sectors will be brought together to demonstrate to the public and media their leadership in contributing to the evolution of Toronto.
Based on the great success in Montreal held every two years since 2006 under the title ‘Montréal du Futur’, the Toronto version of this unique public event will showcase multiple major commercial-office, residential, institutional real estate projects as well as transportation/infrastructure projects that will shape the skyline of Metropolitan Toronto over the next few years. This free event brings together several key business and civic organizations who contribute to the future development of the city, as well as the media and the general public. Toronto of the Future brings together key real estate stakeholders in a unique neutral, educational and information sharing setting. The event will feature around 25 exhibitors, most showcasing multiple projects.
Thousands of visitors are expected to tour the showcase, in addition to the many people who pass through Metro Hall every day.