32 Camden launches open house weekend with a cornucopia of local pop ups
Jul 23, 2013
Living downtown means you never have to go very far to experience great food or cool boutiques. Located just southwest of Spadina and Richmond Street West on a quiet side street, 32 Camden is a 12-storey building surrounded by a bounty of shops, services and amenities.
Paying homage to the surrounding neighbourhood and showing off what the project has in store, Sorbara Group pulled out all the stops for their open house weekend on July 20th and 21st. Celebrating the final release of move-in ready condos, the event was packed with so many local pop up businesses that the you needed a passport just to get around.
From the city’s buzziest new butcher shop to the oldest record store in town, the open house was an eclectic mix of the neighbourhood’s best offerings. See our photos of the event below…
“Live Camden” attracted quite a crowd.
Fresh cut flowers from one of the pop-ups at the event, the Toronto Flower Market.
Latin American street food, courtesy of Valdez, a restaurant that recently opened nearby on King Street.
La Merceria is just a block west of 32 Camden. The Argentinian cafe also carries homewares, largely made from natural materials.
Also close by on King West, the Detox Market carries health and wellness products. They’re largely known for their eco-friendly brands.
A number of suites in the building come with great terrace space and downtown views.
Sanagan’s Meat Locker, located in Kensington Market, was also on hand, serving chicken and shredded goat sliders.
Beer! The good people of Steamwhistle Brewery were also serving up their popular pilsner.
Brendan Canning, of Broken Social Scene fame, was spinning at the suite reserved for Kopps Records (Toronto’s oldest independent record store).
We had to include one more shot of the great views from the terrace.
Available suites start from $261,800.
For more information contact 416 860 0060 or 32Camden@sorbaragroup.com.