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Rascacielo

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Today. The ramp for the above ground parking garage can clearly be seen.

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I get that it's necessary in this instance given the subway running underneath, but it depresses me seeing new above-grade parking being built in downtown Toronto in 2018.
 

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I get that it's necessary in this instance given the subway running underneath, but it depresses me seeing new above-grade parking being built in downtown Toronto in 2018.

This is something Toronto does right; you barely see any above ground parking here. In Chicago, the overwhelming majority of buildings have above ground parking.
 

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I get that it's necessary in this instance given the subway running underneath, but it depresses me seeing new above-grade parking being built in downtown Toronto in 2018.
I second that. Couldn’t they at least keep the above ground parking to the back of the building instead of facing Yonge? How this component is executed will have major implications on the way the immediate area evolves.
 

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