Ah, you're right! I thought that was part of the project.Ugh??...We don't get, it already exists on prime land facing Dufferin street
"I prefer the retail and building to be up against King Street to maximize the size of the parkette. That is also where the retail has the best opportunity to be a success."
I would argue that the retail would have even more opportunity for success if it fronted a public space designed well enough that it could attract more people than otherwise. Toronto could really use more great public spaces. But the point is moot - the parkette is existing and not going anywhere.