What are some low/medium-density areas built in the last 60 years in Toronto that have a wonderful human-scaled public realm?Can we try this another way. Name me all the super high-density areas in Toronto that have a wonderful human-scaled streetscape/public realm.
Would that be City Place? St. Jamestown? Crescent Town? The corner of Yonge + Eg?
Might I suggest, that for the most part, such spaces end up undesirable. They are places people by
and large end up not wanting to live; and when they do; they tend to have sterile street life.
It’s possible that you’re equating great public realm with low/midrise by looking at neighbourhoods built in a very different time, under very different development pressures.