It's all relative depending on history. If you go by old City of Toronto boundaries/standards... Yonge/Bloor is still part of downtown; Yonge/St.Clair cluster - midtown; Yonge/Eg - uptown. But I suppose it depends on how far back you go. After all the "Uptown Theatre" was at Yonge and Bloor.
Has anyone from the ROM or Libeskind's office (God forbid) ever said anything publicly about the cladding? Intentions? Quality? Public criticism? I'm guessing their spin doctors coached them to avoid the subject...
Toronto's $1.25-billion light-rail gamble
City Hall faces financial, political and technical hurdles before it can get state-of-the-art streetcars out of the station, says Jeff Gray
I've also seen the buses running alongside the streetcars (I also live off of st.clair w).
Also, noticed that they have finally started installing the shelters - saw them at Deer Park and Avenue Road stops - no roof element yet, just support pillars and signage.
TORONTO - OMB NEWS
Settlement approves 75 storeys on Yonge
In a decision issued November 2, board members Colin
Hefferon and Harold Goldkind allowed an appeal by
Toronto College Park Limited and Canderel
Stoneridge Equity Group against the cityâ€™s failure to
enact a zoning by-law...
The last slide showing cutaway/Bay Street entrance is displayed incorrectly-- should be reversed (ie. mirror image); today's Toronto Star displays it correctly; city's website still shows it in reverse.
And just to continue harping on the negative aspect of Future Mayor's comment and private sector involvement, in Quebec City, the legendary Simon's department store is installing a beautiful ornate/beaux art fountain in front of the Quebec legislature as their gift to the city. Quebec City will...
"The mini dealership is losing its lot and entrance to the rear of the showroom which means they are leaving. They are building a new 3 or 4 story showroom next to the BMW Toronto dealership."
My bad...thanks for the scoop Jay.