A call to breathe life back into the iconic former bank building at Queen/Broadview has been answered as businessman and entrepreneur David Kennedy introduces new cafe Tertulia to the Riverside community. Read all about it!
Downtown Automotive Group (DAG) is looking for local artists to showcase their art on the walls of their new 7-brand AutoCampus, located in the Riverside Square development. To find the perfect matches DAG is announcing an Art Contest. Read on to learn all about it!
Change is always in the Air in Riverside…check out some of the ins and outs on the go this summer, from the west side of the Riverside BIA to the east side:
After extensive renovations, Pulp Kitchen re-opened in their new space at 689 Queen St E with a soft launch on June 2nd for Riverside Eats & Beats! They are now open for business and welcoming everyone to check out their new space and menus – and lots of new things await you, beyond their new address & space…
Cry If I Want To is new to Riverside, bringing Alley Row Designs: a boutique firm designing wallpaper, interiors, stationary and events!