We like being nominated for things and were really happy when we were nominated for the much-acclaimed Pug Awards, which celebrates the best in Toronto architecture and planning. Founded in 2004, the Pug Awards invite the regular folk of Toronto to vote on the best, the middling and the worst of Toronto’s new real estate developments.
To qualify for a Pug Award, the building must have been completed last year in 2013, be located in the city of Toronto, and have an area equal to or greater than 50,000 square feet.
We’d totally love your support and vote – positive vote only please, none of that ‘LIKE IT or ‘HATE IT’ stuff.
Siiigh – you need more convincing as to why you should vote for us? What, our good looks and charm didn’t do it for you?
Listen, we know you’re sad because you may have missed out, but you had your chance and now we must bid Market Wharf farewell.
But first … a quick trip down memory lane!
The perfect time to unveil our secret plan to take over the world.
Just kidding. We just wanted to show off our last 2 remaining suites over at Market Wharf.
We had a bit of a case of the midweek blahs, then we had an earth-shattering idea — Cupcakes. We thought cupcakes would cheer us up, and so we went to Market Street with hopes to devour some of the sweet sweet nectar of the chocolate gods and to share with you our adventure. We’re so lucky that St. Lawrence Market is just a hop, jump and a skip away from Market Wharf!
Here are some lovely pictures of our morning in the world’s best food market (as awarded by National Geographic).
Last week, we shared some pictures from our swanky party that we hosted at Market Wharf to celebrate the new Amenities Centre – located on the 6th and 7th floor of the building.
Well, we decided it was time to unveil some pictures – please try to hold your applause until the end of the post! Drumroll please!
Market Wharf got an A. This is weird, like ” Johnny got an A in science so let’s show the whole family at dinner” weird.
Regardless — You like us, you REALLY like us! Well, at least Christopher Hume does. Check out his glowing review of Market Wharf in the Toronto Star here.