- Apr 24, 2007
I guess you're right. Given that the buyers are most likely not going to be Toronto residents anyway the fact that the site was previously operated as a service station for 50 years shouldn't matter much to them!/\ Yep, because they are going to put that into the advertising. In fact, I heard the sales center is going into the old shack that they use for the cash register!
My understanding was that the majority of the single story addition at the front was being removed, the main entrance restored and that the City was excited about the restoration of the original features of the building (the three windows at the top of the south elevation and the steeple).I can't believe they're proposing to keep that single-storey protrusion on the front of the heritage building. Was restoration out of the question?
As for the rest of it... what an unsightly blob of condominium!