The Gloucester on Yonge | 147.82m | 44s | Concord Adex | a—A

ChesterCopperpot

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Demo'ed and rebuilt as before - per the latest drawings on the City website

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Bye bye birdie... and goodbye bathroom-tile-looking walls!

Note: the Popeyes and OpenMat Mixed Martial Arts gym next door in the nicer-brick building were still open when I passed by around 8:46 PM today.

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It was the same thing with Vox, it barely registered with most people that it had even opened for sales but yet sold out extremely quickly..

As I said then, Cresford knows how to sell units. I swear they could put up some absolute crap product in a crap location and it would sell out in a week,
 

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You really think all the departments are that desperate to wheel and deals for handouts from billionaire Trump-ian developers? That's not the way it works. That's why you get Toronto Building issuing demolition permits when Toronto Planning is undergoing a heritage impact assessment.

Those trees were small and I'm confident they didn't meet the diameter for Parks to begin to care.
 

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The two Locust on Gloucester? I'm used to trees where it takes two or three people to hug it. I don't know off hand what the city's minimum diameter is before they take control of the tree's future regardless if it's on public or private property. I'm assuming it's more than a foot.
 

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