The towers of The Well in Downtown Toronto appear to be rising from a wave in this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Brandonschaus, but the undulating glass isn't so much an inundation as it is practically the opposite, a shelter from precipitation for everything below it…

…and while all seems calm from above, below the glass there's more activity than ever as the Wellington Market Food Hall opens its doors to the public. More on that later today.

The towers at The Well appear to be rising above an inundation, while the glass is actually there to keep things dry, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Brandonschaus

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