The naturally filtered pond at Love Park in Downtown Toronto provides a new heart for the city's burgeoning Southcore area. Framed by the vibrant red mosaic bench, and dominated by the gorgeous Northern Catalpa tree that was saved from when this area was otherwise marred by a Gardiner Expressway offramp, the park is now the focal point for an ever denser, ever more urban core. In this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor skycandy, clouds and blue sky are reflected in the glass walls that hug the greenspace. 

The pond at Love Park provides a heart for Toronto's burgeoning Southcore , image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor skycandy

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