Adma - the way you presume to know all about me from the little that was in my comment is amazing. I did not pass any judgement on my feelings with respect to the buildings. As it so happens, I do like their built form, they do add character to the city. I walk by them every day. What I indicated was that in the grand scheme of things, amongst the many attributes which a building may be judged when assessing its historical merit - unique design, site of important events, association with notable historical figures, and so on, on those attributes, these buildings do not have major, outstanding characteristics. An attempt to try and bring some balance and perspective into the dialogue.
Frankly, I find your arrogance and intolerance to those with other perspectives than your own is a wonder to behold - astounding, and not in a good way.
One of the buildings in question. It housed the Toronto Sun in the 1970s.
The Anderson Building meanwhile has one of the only mid-rise terracotta faÃ§ades in all of Toronto.
As I said, keep some of the faÃ§ades, bring the buildings down to 40 stories, and with TIFF on one side and Theatre condos (or whatever they are called) on the other we'll have one of the most incredible streets in North America without completely sacrificing a human scale.