Probably not at least until the Sky Tower hits ground level.
Yeah, I agree with you. When I said "at least", I meant at the earliest. It'll probably be longer. I do believe they will sell the units in the 3rd tower really quickly, if they haven't already.Ohhhh...so you think it will be that soon? Or once skytower is maybe like midway? I haven't heard anything about the third building so I thought maybe it wouldn't be for a year or more because I was thinking they still have sell 80% or whatever before they start building.
They won't be starting Phase 3 until the Bay onramp demolition and Harbour Street realignment is complete, neither of which have even begun -- so it's at least a couple of years away.
The Harbour realignment has to be much more than a couple years away, no? I don't think the design is even finalized, and they can't even start to really connect Harbour until Sugar Wharf is fully built out. Unless you just mean the Harbour/Yonge intersection?
If they closed Simcoe and Spadina too, it would do wonders for downtown traffic congestionIf Toronto had half a brain they would wait until the Cherry off ramp is re-opened, but that isn't until 2030... so I suspect we are going to see a year or two where there are no off ramps between Simcoe and Bayview-Bloor.
The Bay on ramp demolition is scheduled fairly soon from what I remember, but the Yonge St off ramp is probably years away.
If Toronto had half a brain they would wait until the Cherry off ramp is re-opened, but that isn't until 2030... so I suspect we are going to see a year or two where there are no off ramps between Simcoe and Bayview-Bloor.