Time Out / June 18, 2019
Monocle’s Travel Top 50 2019/20 – Union Station
Monocle – Spring/Summer 2019 – Issue 1
The renovation of Toronto’s Union Station began a decade ago and, while it’s not over yet, there’s plenty to see. The Front Street Promenade – vintage inspired shopfronts housing independent retailers – was quickly embraced.
The latest opening is a food court where national chains sit alongside born-and-bred Torontonian restaurants, such as the family-owned Italian Scaccia. Union Station is only set to get better with the unveiling of its fresh market…
The Underground Gourmet; 20 of the BEST Places to eat and drink in the PATH.
Toronto Life / January 8, 2019
Toronto Life unveiled “20 of their favourite places to eat and drink in the city’s subterranean labyrinth [The PATH]”. Eight of our tenant relations made the list including, Kupfert & Kim (Exchange Tower), Forno Cultura (First Canadian Place), Porchetta & Co. (Exchange Tower) and at Union Station; WVRST, Union Chicken, Amano, Danish Pastry House and Biscotteria Forno Cultura.
Union Station Unveils Impressive Food Court as Part of Multi-Year Mega-Development
Retail Insider / November 26 2018
The busiest transit hub in Canada, Union Station in Toronto, is undergoing a multi-year overhaul that is adding commercial uses to the historic property. The latest phase to be unveiled is Union Station’s new food court, featuring 10 new tenants in a dramatic 25,000 square foot space featuring unique ceiling orbs and ample digital signage.
Food Halls Expanding Across Canada, Including a 1st in Ottawa
Retail Insider / November 20, 2018
The Queen St. Fare, set to open on December 7, is a 10,000-square-foot licenced food hall, with a stage for live events, in downtown Ottawa at the Sun Life Financial Centre, 170 Queen Street. The food hall was conceptualized, curated and leased by Toronto-based Beauleigh Retail Leasing Consultants.
Monocle’s Travel Top 50 2018/19 – Union Station
Monocle – The Escapist Issue 08 / October 2018
Enter the revamped retail complex (in the works since 2009) at Toronto’s Union Station, the country’s busiest transit hub, and you’ll be struck by the absence of cookie-cutter chains. Instead, the city’s best independent retailers, including Pilot Coffee Roasters and Greenhouse Juice Co, line the Front Street Promenade. Their shopfronts are inspired by the station’s beaux arts Great Hall dating from 1927.
Let’s Talk Shops – Q&A With Marcelle Rademeyer
Monocle Issue 117 / October 2018
Union Station, in the heart of Toronto’s downtown financial district, is Canada’s busiest transit hub. Some 250,000 commuters pass through the station daily and those numbers are expected to climb to half a million by 2021. While Union Station’s beaux arts-style Great Hall, built in 1927, is a grand and airy space, decades of wear had left their mark on the station’s subterranean retail complex.
Beauleigh 2019 Winner of The Canadian Business Excellence Awards
CNW / APRIL 29, 2018
Excellence Canada is pleased to announce that, at the third annual Canadian Business Excellence Awards for Private Businesses, 37 Canadian companies will be receiving the Canadian Businesses Excellence Award for clearly demonstrating a strategic approach to successfully improving business performance and achieving goals, with a focus on the following three key performance areas: Delighted Customers, Engaged Employees, and Innovation.
Bloor Street ‘Mink Mile’ Update: Transition Amid Retail Transformation
RETAIL INSIDER / August 16, 2018
The Manulife Centre at 55 Bloor Street West is seeing a transformation that is adding retail space in an expanded podium that will soon house Canada’s first Eataly (spanning about 50,000 square feet over three floors) as well as a new location for Over the Rainbow Jeans, and an updated Birks jewellery store which will feature street-front facades for Breitling, Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier.
Toronto’s Union Station gets a retail revamp
THE GLOBE AND MAIL / APRIL 26, 2018
Toronto’s Union Station has been under construction since 2009, and the massive revitalization project is finally bearing fruit. Below its main hall, a refreshing collection of thoughtfully designed shops is making visitors rethink the landmark as a place to visit and not just race through to make the train home.
Union Station Retail to Anchor Canada’s Financial Core
RETAIL INSIDER / February 1, 2018
Toronto’s historic Union Station is transforming into a world-class commuter and retail destination. It’s already the busiest transit centre in the country, even surpassing Toronto’s Pearson International Airport, in terms of annual visitors. Union Station’s retail component is seeing an overhaul with plans for more than 100 retail spaces contained within a significant heritage structure that in many ways is the heart of the city.
Deciem Marks the PATH
RETAIL INSIDER / April 25, 2017
Toronto-based Deciem, the self-proclaimed ‘Abnormal Beauty Company’, will open a store in July in Toronto’s PATH, in the retail component of the Exchange Tower in the heart of the city’s Financial District. It will be Deciem’s sixth location in the Greater Toronto area, as the beauty brand secures diverse retail spaces in an effort to gain maximum consumer exposure.
Q&A With Beauleigh On Re-Thinking Afterthought Retail
BISNOW / April 12, 2016