likely needs to have a final acid wash and they didnt want to delay signage install. technically the brick can be acid-washed with the signage on.
I think the chance is very, very high.So my question with those towns- directly across the street is another building that had towns facing onto Mill St. One is an Opticial place, the other a real estate office- neither of which I think was built with the intention of commercial. So what are the odds we see some home businesses in those Maple units? Someone living there but with a sign in the window for…whatever?
A good while! The top priority is QQE from Bay to Cherry and south to the new Commissioners loop. Building a new tunnel through rail berm will be both costly and slow. Of course, the QQE line has been a City priority for over a decade so I am not really holding my breath even about Phase 1. A report is due in October but no sign yet.Any idea when the streetcars loop's going to go away so we can get a complete street here?