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The project will implement widened sidewalks and one-way traffic during the daytime
It’s not every day that a young entrepreneur decides to venture into a business while still finishing their undergraduate degree. Balancing school, work and a personal life can be challenging as it is.
For fourth-year Ryerson student Eden Mitelman, this challenge intensified when she opened her boutique Emme and Edly in her second year. Her store features the latest in womenswear clothing and accessories handpicked by Mitelman herself.
The elevator opens up into a collaborative workspace, designed in a “town-hall” setting. Each classroom is equipped with a 90-inch screen, a projection system and a high-quality sound system.
This is the newly designed, innovative headquarters of the Ryerson English as an Additional Language (REAL) Institute.
The new 30,000 square-foot space, located in the College Park building on Yonge Street, was completed for the start of this school year and allows students and faculty to coexist in one place.