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Please help. Need a list of the busiest business centers in GTA

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by -Rudebwoy_Chin-, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. -Rudebwoy_Chin-

    -Rudebwoy_Chin- TRIBE Member

    Hello everybody,

    Just wanted to tap the tribe thinktank for some ideas. Having recently lost what I thought was a long term position, I have decided to use the free time to compose a business plan with some friends.

    We are looking to open a fast food type place in a busy food court that serves a large amount of commercial properties in the GTA. Aside from the downtown financial district could you please reccommend some areas with high business-type traffic and limited eating options for lunch?

    So far Yonge & Sheppard seems pretty good, and ideas? I'm thinking there would be some good places in Sauga or Markham. Thanks so much for your help.
  2. -Rudebwoy_Chin-

    -Rudebwoy_Chin- TRIBE Member

    Nobody has any ideas? Pweeze help.
  3. coleridge

    coleridge TRIBE Member

    Leslie & 7 area of Richmond Hill is crazy busy but it's not food courts rather everyone drives to places.
  4. KillaLadY

    KillaLadY TRIBE Member

    Hwy 16th/Woodbine is like the new black.
  5. Incrimin8

    Incrimin8 TRIBE Member

    Allstar Wings is kickin
  6. Flashy_McFlash

    Flashy_McFlash Well-Known TRIBEr

    All the input I can provide is that Yonge and Sheppard is a great idea. When I worked up at North York Civic Centre, the food court underneath there was abysmal.
  7. -Rudebwoy_Chin-

    -Rudebwoy_Chin- TRIBE Member

    Thanks for all the help thus far, much appreciated!

    Does 16th and Woodbine have more restaurant type places, or food court styles?
  8. KillaLadY

    KillaLadY TRIBE Member

    Both... there is the Markham Mall, which is Chinese-based... there are lots of outside-type restaurants too, like Fire and Ice, or something like that... that place is crazy-booming.

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