Last week I met my Mom in the distillery district to share a bite before indulging ourselves in some seriously intense theater En route, I came across one the many beautiful heritage buildings that line the streets of that neighbourhood.
This is the Canadian Opera Company building, but the title above sounds much cooler, and plus, according to the COC website, “The Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Opera Centre is actually a group of buildings, each with a fascinating history. The buildings were initially commercial plants, housing a gas company and a textile mill in Old Toronto.”
Despite the old(e!?) brick and the incredible architecture, it wasn’t the outside that attracted me to this building. It was that, as I walked by, I noticed this through the big glass doors, out of the corner of my eye:
A closer look: