From a sweat lodge to a mini-putt course, what’s on the roofs over Toronto heads
January 11, 2016
It’s not uncommon these days to find a rooftop pool on top of a Toronto condo – both Verve and Thompson feature them, but one enterprising photographer found a mysterious hockey rink being built on top of an office building on Adelaide Street West!
The mystery has since been solved (it’s being built for winners of a Molson contest), but it turns out that something unusual being found on a rooftop is not unique.
The Star did a little digging and you may be surprised at what they found:
- There’s a sweat lodge on top of 30 College Street West, home to Native Child and Family Services
- Beehives on top of the Royal York
- A running track on top of the Sheraton Centre
I don’t want to give everything away, so click here for more unusual things found on rooftops