Sud Forno Bay Adelaide

Sud Forno to open in new Bay Adelaide Centre

Terroni's popular Southern Italian-style bakery is about to make a splash in the Financial District. Sud Forno will set up its second location in the soon to open heritage portion of the Bay Adelaide Centre East at the corner of Yonge and Temperance. When the bakery finally opens, it will be within a building (or more properly, facade) that was once located a half block south towards Adelaide.

It's an interesting structure, as the top floors house cooling and mechanical equipment for the Bay-Adelaide West tower (and soon the east as well), but you'd never imagine that if it wasn't for a construction process that exposed its inner-workings. Now that the exterior is in place, this is one of the better looking facades that remain on Lower Yonge.

The building isn't set to open until 2016, but one can already imagine a bustling intersection with Dineen Coffee and Sud Forno acting as anchors on their respective corners. A decade ago, Temperance was something of a neglected street, home to troupes of bike couriers and parking structures. It's now beginning to emerge as a key hub in the Financial District.


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