That's certainly planned, and in fact people are already speculating on real estate for where Line 2 (projected for 2040s) is suspected to run. The market here is aggressive and a certain part of me would much rather see redevelopment fall in Cambridge, where most of the built environment has no social or heritage value. Kitchener's downtown really suffered with misguided "urban renewal" attempts in the 70s-2000s that just resulted in more parking lots. That said I think the unfortunate realities of Cambridge are that the built environment in many areas after redevelopment is going to end up being more like Mississauga than Toronto, with pretty low walkability, and more high rises along million-lane curved arterial roads. It's hard to fix that stuff without reconfiguring the street network, which isn't likely to happen any time soon.Maybe that is what we will see; some of those areas with new higher density buildings due to the LRT demand.