You might be right. However, sales for Tridel have been exceptional (and the psf is higher). All four of their buildings are located further east. But I guess that's the difference when a building is against a major highway vs. against the water's edge. I'm sure the reputation of the builders is also a key factor (Greenland is pretty new to TO).It seems the further east you go on the Queens Quay the less desirable it gets?.. remember Monde took forever to sell
sure, a kilometre away. It's like saying The Globe And Mail Centre on King East is close to the subway today.. it isn't really. Methinks "subway adjacent" is realtor speak.There’s also supposed to be a Sherbourne subway popping up near there. Subway stations are great for increasing condo value.
Because Toronto is spending over $3 billion just to repair 1.7 km of Gardiner Expressway, while the cost of building waterfront LRT is about $1.9 - $2.3 billion (currently unfunded).Why not just built the LRT? The Gardiner isn't a detractor judging by Southcore.
Reads like a kneejerk hate of the expressway..
What? No it’s not. The $3 billion is for the next 30 years of maintenance on the entire DVP and gardiner.Because Toronto is spending over $3 billion just to repair 1.7 km of Gardiner Expressway, while the cost of building waterfront LRT is about $1.9 - $2.3 billion (currently unfunded).
In fact, Gardiner alone accounts for 53% of Toronto's transportation repair budget this year.
Not to mention it segregates the south core, creates pollution, takes away a large portion of prime land in the downtown core.
There are just so much for me to hate and nothing for me to love, sorry.