Followed closely by the Junction City Music Hall.
1st and awesomely they use the roof of the rubber company in their header. So important. Brixton and Fulham style. Pls keep people.
2nd they have hit the downtown and core activity raydar. During event meetings they have started to pop up in the discussions, even one with a Toronto Music Advisory Board member, who knowing my connection with the Junction teased me about it. They, as well as 3030 can be seen as becoming part of the core city conversion. Very special in the insular yet agregrated core enterrainment and culture system when BIA’S, entertainment club groups, resturants, tourist attractions excited the work for larger shares of the market quite frequently very aggressively.
2nd why that is so important! The Junction City Music Hall had recongintion as far east as the Beaches,in 2016. There programming had muc to do wth this, but there postering on poles helped too.
When 3030 gained a situation of good programing, it too started to get some core attention, but the idea conceived in the ctrlroom.ca grabed some entertaiment people in Toronto’s core abd east end, traditionally the heart of Toronto’s performance and entertaiment culture creation busineses.
The Hole in the Wall again has a city wide reputation. All of these businesses bring people to the Junction high the other businesses benefit from. Of course there are other businesses in the Junction that attract people from other areas of the city to the Junction, they just do not have the top of mind awareness these 3 have.