stackt opens in Toronto

stackt, an exciting new destination located in the heart of Toronto, opens its doors – or perhaps more fittingly, its containers. The new cultural and community hub will provide a place for Torontonians to gather, connect and discover, encouraging authentic community interaction and satisfying the need for a fulsome public space in the centre of downtown.

Developed from 120 new and reclaimed shipping containers and expertly designed by LGA Architectural Partners, the ever-changing cultural marketplace will house a mixture of local, national, and international brands and will offer Torontonians access to diverse retail offerings, innovative food and beverage experiences such as the Belgian Moon Brewery, a unique programming and events calendar, an engaging arts and cultural offering and opportunities to support social enterprise. In addition to its extensive offering, its unique stacking design will make stackt a recognizable landmark and destination in Toronto.

“The vision for stackt developed while I was living in the area and noticed the lack of an interactive public space, which encourages community connection and engagement,” said Matt Rubinoff, founder of stackt.

“With stackt we are developing a community and cultural hub, which will provide the necessary space for Torontonians to gather, connect and discover. I’m excited to open our doors and share with Torontonians all stackt has to offer.”

In addition to the exciting retail and F&B offering, stackt will celebrate local contemporary culture, art, and community connection. Drawing from a deep creative resource in Toronto and Canada, the program will unveil art interventions, cultural showcases and authentic community engagement.

Come discover what stackt contains. Visit stacktmarket.com for more information.

Photo: stackt, the highly anticipated new community destination, opens in Toronto at Bathurst & Front Streets. Photo by Farrell Tremblay (CNW Group/stackt)

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