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Yorkville is known for upscale shopping, restaurants, and the first five star hotel in Canada. Some of Yorkville's boutiques include Burberry, Prada, Gucci, MAC Cosmetics, Hugo Boss, Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Holt Renfrew and Tiffany & Co. Yorkville is also home to some of Toronto's most expensive condominiums, most starting at over one million dollars and going well beyond, including The Prince Arthur, Renaissance Plaza, 10 Bellair, One St. Thomas, Windsor Arms Hotel, and Hazleton…

Yorkville is known for upscale shopping, restaurants, and the first five star hotel in Canada. Some of Yorkville's boutiques include Burberry, Prada, Gucci, MAC Cosmetics, Hugo Boss, Chanel, Hermès, Louis Vuitton, Holt Renfrew and Tiffany & Co. Yorkville is also home to some of Toronto's most expensive condominiums, most starting at over one million dollars and going well beyond, including The Prince Arthur, Renaissance Plaza, 10 Bellair, One St. Thomas, Windsor Arms Hotel, and Hazleton…

Fountain and grounds of Casa Loma in Toronto.  http://www.tourbytransit.com/toronto/things-to-do/casaloma

Fountain and grounds of Casa Loma in Toronto. http://www.tourbytransit.com/toronto/things-to-do/casaloma

Ontario College of Art and Design. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building. | Toronto, Canada

Ontario College of Art and Design. Designed by Allsop. An addition Supported by pillars that look like pencil crayons over the original building. | Toronto, Canada

Union Station, Chicago, Illinois. Two statues on the east wall hold a rooster and an owl, signifying day/night, the 24 hour nature of railroad travelers

Union Station, Chicago, Illinois. Two statues on the east wall hold a rooster and an owl, signifying day/night, the 24 hour nature of railroad travelers

Flight Stop by Michael Snow, an installation commissioned in 1979 for the Eaton's Centre, Toronto. The fibreglass geese are an iconic symbol of Canada

Flight Stop by Michael Snow, an installation commissioned in 1979 for the Eaton's Centre, Toronto. The fibreglass geese are an iconic symbol of Canada

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