Hmmmm, it's not about becoming the building it was before, as Ice was born with this issue because of the developer and their contracts. But new city laws will slowly fix that. Will Ice's reputation improve? Only time will tell.
Never say never. Once the city rolls out their new Airbnb rules, things should slowly start to turn around. It won't be perfect, but you'll def see less revolving doors. This building deserves a chance.
"Annoyed" is an understatement.
Imagine wanting to read this forum about buildings and you read something about how your are less than equal, don't deserve the same rights and are better off dead? That's what it's like to stroll through Yonge Dundas Square for the LGBT+ community.
I wouldn't consider this one of the more residential stretches of the DT waterfront, if anything it will be the opposite in 5-10 years with the numerous planned office buildings and additional George Brown Collage building.
There is also buzz that the retail location above will be a new organic...
And you could use this argument for a dozen other profitable locations which are also minutes from each other (e.g. Scott & Wellington, Esplanade and Church). While the distance between the two doesn't seem great, the mental barrier of crossing under the Gardiner is.