Toronto just got two new downtown parkettes with WiFi
Queen West is great, but there's not a lot of different spaces to just hang out, without having to spend money that is.
Well, now there is. Two new mini public spaces have popped up along Queen West, and they have free Wi-Fi.
These spaces—one at Queen Street West and Denison Avenue, the other at Queen Street West and Ryerson Avenue—have it all. Not only are they Wi-Fi-enabled, but they've also got a performance stage, a water bottle refill station and seating.
Now, it seems kind of strange that an outdoor space with this capacity has been on Queen West at these intersections and, seemingly, they've gone unnoticed.
That's because there wasn't much to notice about them before, these new public spaces are taking over space that would normally be used up by five parked cars.
The King Street Causeway, one of many new public spaces to be installed on King Street this month is now open (across from #tiffbelllightbox just west of John St.) #kingstreetpilot #bringonsummer pic.twitter.com/zv7LjBsnGN— CityPlanTO (@CityPlanTO) May 4, 2018
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