The St. Lawrence Market Complex today is comprised of three main buildings: The South Market, the North Market and St. Lawrence Hall.
The St. Lawrence Market Complex is comprised of more than 120 merchants, vendors and farmers. The South Market, which is the main Market building, open five days a week, contains more than 60 specialty vendors known for the variety and freshness of their fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products, as well as for the uniqueness of the food and non-food items for sale. The North Market (currently under construction and has relocated to a temporary location) is primarily known for its Saturday Farmers’ Market and Sunday Antique Market.
The 2017-2021 St. Lawrence Market Complex Strategic Plan presents a collective vision for the Complex that reflects and activates the ideas and values of the City of Toronto, the St. Lawrence Market Precinct Advisory Committee, current tenants, customers and visitors.
The St. Lawrence Market Precinct Advisory Committee is an advocate for the Market Precinct.
The North St. Lawrence Market Building is being redeveloped to improve the utility of the St. Lawrence Market Complex for the community, vendors, visitors and shoppers, while contributing to the economic development of the area.