At the end of the day, as a resident, you should be happy with this project - as it makes your neighbourhood that much more attractive to potential buyers - increasing your property value.
You should be lucky not to live anywhere near Eglinton, but when Line 5 Eglinton is complete, it will be well worth it.Thanks for going on a tangent. I never said I’m not happy with the outcome of this project. I’m not happy with the disruption caused by the construction.
I was just asking if anyone knows when construction will be complete.
I would agree that there are many extremely sophisticated projects going up in Toronto, but I would still say that infrastructural issues will hold the city back as they've always had- yet these may drive new unexpected opportunities in Toronto that occur nowhere.Toronto is undergoing the largest construction boom from all the cities in the Western World. Construction projects like the Well really shows that the city planners, developers and public in general have matured enough to demand high quality projects. The 2020's will be a golden era for Toronto construction projects. The last remaining parking lots in the core will get build over and under-utilized lots will be re purposed. And by the end of 2020's, Toronto will emerge as the 2nd city of North America. Only New York will be ahead in terms of cosmopolitan nature.