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  1. brettrobinson

    10 Dundas East (former Toronto Life Square, Ent Prop Trust, 10s, Baldwin & Franklin)

    Actually I was being sarcastic back!!!
  2. brettrobinson

    Pro-City citizens group--Meeting tonight, 9/11

    Then go back to my original suggestion. Street parking permits based on vehicle lenght with no link to emissons. Bigger the car the more room you take on the street to park, the more you pay.
  3. brettrobinson

    10 Dundas East (former Toronto Life Square, Ent Prop Trust, 10s, Baldwin & Franklin)

    It is for the Incredible Hulk movie and if you want to be an extra.. http://toronto.craigslist.org/tfr/419637519.html
  4. brettrobinson

    Pro-City citizens group--Meeting tonight, 9/11

    I am talking city of Toronto Street Parking Permits on residential streets not municipal parking lots or private lots. http://www.toronto.ca/transportation/onstreet/ Other options that other cities do... This one is based on your cars CO2 emissions...
  5. brettrobinson

    Pro-City citizens group--Meeting tonight, 9/11

    Do you drive a SUV? :) Ok seriously, I do agree with you that vehicle length has no direct relationship to fuel economy. So, ignoring the environment side of it I think parking permits based on vehicle length is a smart way to go.
  6. brettrobinson

    Pro-City citizens group--Meeting tonight, 9/11

    Agree 100%. I wrote the same suggestion in a letter to Miller. Smaller taxes across many things that add up to the same amount. Don't just go after two groups -> people selling houses and people who drive cars. Cut the proposed land transfer tax in half, keep the vehicle registration (see...
  7. brettrobinson

    Toronto vs. Mississauga councillor salaries. Like. WHAAAA?

    Give me a break!!! Give them a bus pass instead! "and receive a yearly car allowance of $17,300"
  8. brettrobinson

    St Regis Toronto Hotel and Residences | 281.93m | 58s | JFC Capital | Zeidler COMPLETE

    Now if the city went and replaced those sidewalks you all would be crying that the city is wasting money because the development will just rip them all up again...
  9. brettrobinson

    St Regis Toronto Hotel and Residences | 281.93m | 58s | JFC Capital | Zeidler COMPLETE

    Why fix those sidewalks when they will just be ripped out during construction? They will all be replaced once the building is nearly completed. Same as all developments in the city..
  10. brettrobinson

    Up Country on King St

    Anyone know what is happening with Up Country on King St E? They are clearing out their entire stock of furniture. Is it closing?
  11. brettrobinson

    Toronto | Maple Leaf Square | 185.92m | 54s | Lanterra | KPMB

    Yes it is that one but the version I saw had more detail in the rendering. People and everything else is the same. So, are they going to do a glass covering like the render?
  12. brettrobinson

    Toronto | Maple Leaf Square | 185.92m | 54s | Lanterra | KPMB

    The latest rendering I saw somewhere (???) showed the two buildings being joined by a massive glass roof with that sky bridge in the middle - sort of a covered square.. wish I could find it!! It looked amazing...
  13. brettrobinson

    Toronto | Maple Leaf Square | 185.92m | 54s | Lanterra | KPMB

    I saw a rendering but can't remember where i saw it!!!! It looked really nice with a massive glass covered atrium linking the MLS and the Centre.
  14. brettrobinson

    Toronto | Market Wharf | 110.33m | 33s | Context Development | a—A

    Oh, right. I thought you meant there was a proposal on the table for this one. Can't wait to see something happen here. Prime location!!!
  15. brettrobinson

    Toronto | Market Wharf | 110.33m | 33s | Context Development | a—A

    Are there official plans to re-do the North building?
  16. brettrobinson

    Hazelton Hotel/Condo (Yorkrow, 9s, P+S/IBI Group) COMPLETE

    That is part of the outdoor bar.

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