Berczy Park is a small park in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The park is triangular in shape, bounded by Scott, Front and Wellington streets. The park is bordered at its eastern tip, where Wellington and Front join, by the Gooderham Building, a heritage building that is an example of a "flatiron building". A widely admired mural graces the western facade of the building.
The park is named after William Berczy, an architect and surveyor, who worked with John Graves Simcoe, the first Governor of Upper Canada, in founding its capital, York, Upper Canada, the town that grew into Toronto.
Coordinates 43°38'52.898" N -79°22'30.939" E