I call this sugar coating and typical low Toronto standard. I see the gradual improvement and I like many of them. But overall, central waterfront is a massive failure. One would have to have lived in Toronto his entire life not to realize that.
The implicit claim to superior and wider experience in your post is irritating. You need to recognize that it is possible for your fellow posters to have lived in a variety of locations and still disagree with you. And even a person who has "lived in Toronto his entire life" may have very carefully considered aesthetic judgments that may be different from yours.
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