Growth in Toronto's Southcore district continues to captivate a swelling population of urban development enthusiasts.  Today, the intersection of York and Bremner has been almost completely built out and feels very connected to the Financial District a couple blocks to the north, but only a handful of years ago, all four corners of this intersection were used as surface parking.  The southwest corner, currently being used as a construction staging area for ICE Condos, will be the last to see redevelopment. Plans have been approved for a 32-storey office tower to be built on this corner, which is awaiting tenants before the plan can go forward. Today's Photo of the Day comes to us from Vik Pahwa, who submitted this view of the York/Bremner intersection to the UrbanToronto Flickr Pool.

York and Bremner, image by Vik Pahwa


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