The juxtaposition of old and new is something we see a lot of in Toronto, where new development and historic building stock are often situated side by side. Concord CityPlace, despite being built from what was essentially a blank canvas, sits adjacent to the Historic Fort York to the west as well as the Loblaws warehouse facility at Bathurst and Lake Shore to the south. In today's Photo of the Day, submitted to the UrbanToronto Flickr Pool by Ben Roffelsen, we can see the modern Concord CityPlace rising from behind the disused and soon-to-be-redeveloped Loblaws facility. The many broken windows of the historic warehouse stand in stark contrast to the curved glass of the modern high-rise condominium in the background.

Loblaws Building and Concord CityPlace viewed from Bathurst and Lake Shore, image by Ben Roffelsen

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