Toronto Company Open to Building Giant Waterslide on King West
TORONTO, June 16, 2014 /CNW/ – BrightLane Inc. is looking for a great
idea to transform a large unused alleyway located next to the company’s
home on King Street West in Toronto, Canada. Individuals are encouraged
to submit any ideas they may have at http://brightlane.ca/idea before June 30th, 2014 for a chance to see their idea brought to life.
BrightLane is currently renovating their space on King West and have
identified a need to revitalize the unused alleyway, “We’re undergoing
beautiful renovations inside our building but outside we have this sad
looking alleyway that has to change,” says company President, George
Horhota. “We realize the best way to turn this alley into something
awesome is to open it up to creative individuals in the greater
The alleyway will be used as a path to access the building’s main
entrance. For this reason, all designs and ideas must allow for a
person to pass through the space and reach the entrance at the end.
Submissions can be as simple as a single sentence or as detailed as a
digital rendering. For more information see http://brightlane.ca/idea
“We are open to building anything,” says Horhota, “a giant waterslide,
hot-dog hut, a life sized T-rex statue, whatever people think can
improve our space. We’ve talked to people across Toronto and have
already received some great submissions internationally. Ultimately,
anyone can change this space; all it takes is an idea.”
About BrightLane Inc.
BrightLane Inc. is a new community of entrepreneurs on King Street West
in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
SOURCE Build Inbound