testWeekdays see the streets heavily populated by banking, law, and corporate professionals dashing between high-rises and business lunches. Layered just below the surface, Toronto’s underground — a condensed network of shops and food courts — proves as a popular route, especially during the colder months. On weekends and evenings, the street traffic dips to offer tourists and restaurant goers a chance to pleasantly stroll from one impressive intersection to the next. This district’s infamous appeal and smart location beckon retailers with the promise of prestige and foot-traffic. From the PATH to neighboring shopping malls to the international brands, one could satisfy all their shopping needs while keeping the CN Tower in constant view.