Few areas of Toronto have been subject to as much change as the South Core, an area named for its location immediately south of the Financial District. Today's Photo of the Day, submitted to the UrbanToronto Flickr Pool by Andrew Young, gives us an aerial view of the neighbourhood showing several buildings that didn't exist a decade earlier. You can learn more about these developments by checking out their dataBase files linked at the bottom of the page.

Aerial view of the South Core area, image by Andrew Young via Flickr

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