You do realize that was in answer to this:That's not even the project website. Just another fake broker page
So what *IS* happening at "1 Yonge Street"? Every reference I can find is on condos.
Maybe do something similar with the flooding on the islands?Latest WT newsletter:
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Looking west across Cherry Street, you can see the shape of the new river.
Port Lands Flood Protection Construction Update
Excavation is well underway on the new river and the northwest corner of the future Villiers Island is taking shape. You can also see the trees planted in the new habitat coves around Essroc Quay.
Construction crews have started installing cut-off walls to keep the excavated area at Cherry and Commissioners Streets dry and stable as work progresses. You may see some tree clearing east of Don Roadway and north of Commissioners Street as we prepare that site for excavation. Demolition is now complete on the Martine Terminal 35 building on Cousins Quay. Find the latest construction notice here.
To sign up to receive construction notices for this project, please email email@example.com. To learn more about how we’ll transform the Port Lands by 2024, visit the project website.
Save-the-Date: Port Lands Flood Protection Public Information Centre (June 19-20)
Join us on June 19 and 20 at Toronto City Hall to learn more about the Port Lands Flood Protection Project. During City Hall opening hours on both days, displays will be available showing up-to-date designs for the parks, river, roads and bridges we’re building in the Port Lands.
Come chat with project team members on June 20 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
More details about this meeting will be confirmed soon. Visit the Port Lands website for updates or follow us on Facebook to get event invites.
As the islands are already "too low' it would make little sense to excavate more of them! If Lake water levels are going to keep on rising there are three possibilities for the islands:Maybe do something similar with the flooding on the islands?