ERA Architects

Cultural Facilities Database


Cultural facilities are a tangible representation of Toronto’s past, present and future potential to serve the cultural needs of diverse communities. In the downtown, cultural facilities such as theatres, galleries, museums, cinemas and outdoor stages have redefined and re-energized districts such as the Entertainment District along King Street or gallery districts along Spadina Avenue and Queen Street West. Outside the downtown core, the facilities play an equally important role in defining a community’s identity. ERA was commissioned by the City of Toronto to develop a GIS database for all cultural facilities in the city.


2001 (01-075)

2001 - Cultural planning

Cultural Planning:
Urban Intelligence