I wonder if they're going to recycle their plans for One Bloor East.
“When we discuss one development, we have to consider how the junction works,” he said. A primary concern is establishing an open public space at the intersection, Matlow said, especially since the public square at the northwest corner will be lost as part of the RioCan redevelopment.
What's Rio Can going to do to the public square at the northwest corner?
I grew up at Yonge and Eglinton and lived and worked there for 35 years. I think the building will fit in fine.
Curious how much a parking spot will cost in that building though. I hear they are quite expensive in the Minto buildings (anyone know how much?) There is almost zero parking at Yonge and Eg.