Then. 81 Avenue Road, circa 1914. Wolseley Motor Car Company. E.J. Lennox, Architect.
They couldn't have sold a high volume of cars, comparatively speaking, to the American makes that were being ... read more
Then. 106 Balsam Avenue, circa 1910. Residence of W. F. Temple. You'll recognize the "signature" look of these images by now — sourced by UT-er wwwebster and, as always, a UT exclusive!
Now. ... read more
Nascent NIMBY-ism at Harbourfront; Woodbine floated as entertainment hotspot; Casino giants eye Toronto; and more. These are today's headlines.
Nightlife at Harbourfront could fall victim ... read more
April 17, 2012 8:48 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
Transit advice from L.A.; Vegas titan eyes Toronto; Mammoliti urges Ford to look for new revenue sources; U of T engineers tackle urban design; gender balance on Council and more:
MGM eyes Toronto ... read more
Then. Sep 28, 1917. 575 King St. W. A department of health photo. No doubt documenting 'slum conditions' as they occasionally did...
I don't think this wooden house lasted much longer after this ... read more
Tree trouble for construction-weary Roncey; Falling condo glass woes to be solved with mesh; The Donald in TO for official Trump Hotel opening; and more.
The Fixer: Newly planted trees growing ... read more
Then. June 8, 1952. Yonge and Grenville, southwest corner. The construction is for the Yonge Subway line. Of course, I point this out for the non-Toronto viewers of this thread.
Now. June 2011. ... read more
Political parties for municipal politics, visualizing Rob Ford's support, legalizing drug injection sites in Toronto and George Street homes to receive heritage status; and more news.
Newsmaker: ... read more
April 12, 2012 8:56 am | by Evan Manning | Comments
A new national park and power plant; airport train developments; Doug Holyday muses about voter choices; prehistoric Toronto and more:
Toronto condo starts show no sign of cooling (The Globe ... read more
Often viewed as a relatively bland formality within the process of constructing a condominium, groundbreaking ceremonies are largely uneventful, albeit necessary, events. Marked by the presence of ... read more