Arts Market opened on Queen East as a year-round indoor market selling art, clothing, jewellery, baked goods, antiques and more. Now the market is headed to the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood with an upcoming new location at 856 College, near Ossington.">

Arts Market is opening a second location on College Street


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The original Arts Market in Leslieville (Image: Facebook)

Around two years ago, Arts Market opened on Queen East as a year-round indoor market selling art, clothing, jewellery, baked goods, antiques and more. Now the market is headed to the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood with an upcoming new location at 856 College, near Ossington.

The new market will be similar to the Leslieville one, but it will feature a new roster artists and it will have a special section for antiques and vintage items. Owner Daniel Cohen says he decided to open a new space so he could showcase more of Toronto’s talent.

“My whole goal is to get as many artists as I can in Toronto,” he says.

The second Arts Market location is expected to be open by June 22.

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