The design reflects Toronto scenes, buildings and local biodiversity that make the
city’s lakeshore unique and beautiful. The sky and lake mirror each other, while
translucent windows from iconic buildings show peaceful “views” of the skyline. As
you walk along, look for some of Lake Ontario’s fish, bird and aquatic plant species
that are shown at-scale.


Location: 215 Lakeshore Blvd E, Toronto

Artist(s): Pam Lostracco

Year: 2019

Services: PATCH Hoarding Exhibits

About the Artist

Pam Lostracco is a mural artist and graphic designer in Toronto. Her work forms
connections with the local environment to create a sense of identity and belonging for
those who live and work there. By integrating unique and diverse natural, cultural and
historical influences, she transforms blank walls into inclusive and welcoming spaces.
Pam designs each mural with visual aesthetics that are familiar to the community.
People are invited to engage with and explore the mural, to create an uplifting and
meaningful experience.

Greenland Group

Established in July 18, 1992, Greenland Group has become a global leader in the real estate industry ranking No.202 on the 2019 Fortune Global 500 and is continuously climbing. Greenland Group has business overseas with developments currently in four continents and eight countries including USA, Canada, UK, and Australia. Our motto is to create better life and we have established diversified industrial structure through both industrial and capital operation.

Greenland Group Canada was established in 2014 as a subsidiary of Greenland Holding Group. With over 25 years experience in real estate industry, we develop residential and retail properties that create urban communities and accentuate the benefits of modern living. Our first project King Blue located at Blue Jays Way and King Street West delivers the ultimate in style, sophistication, luxury, and amenities, all within an exquisite urban environment. Our second major project in downtown Toronto, the 3.85 acre, master-planned Lakeside Residences along the East Bayfront is currently selling.


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