There is a collaborative work of art and poetry on the outside of the building, featuring Margaret Atwood's poetry and Charles Pachter's art.
More information about Toronto Public Library's 99th branch.
More photos of the branch
190 Fort York Boulevard - on the northeast corner of Bathurst Street and Fort York Boulevard.
- TTC streetcar #511 southbound from Bathurst station or northbound from Exhibition to Fort York Boulevard.
- Limited street parking on Fort York Boulevard, east of the library.
- The closest Green P lot is on the northwest corner of Front and Portland Street (the entrance is off Portland, just north of Front)
Take a Look Inside
An open, inviting space where customers can bring their laptops, use public computers, catch up on work or enjoy a book
Enjoy beautiful urban views
Choose from 35,000 new items for all ages and browse materials while overlooking the city
The digital innovation hub offers access to new and emerging technologies including 3D printing
Comfortable seating and lots of space to read, study or relax
A bright, welcoming area for children with lots of library materials to choose from
Pods are flexible, wired spaces for collaboration, study or innovation
Upcoming Programs at Fort York Branch