It makes me angry just thinking about our city being saddled with the Bowring Downtown Centre and the Atlantic Place Parkade because of heritage or view-related opposition.
That, to me, is ridiculous.
We have to protect the entirety of our rowhouse district and every single heritage fascade in our CBD but, beyond that, we have to modernize our relatively modern eyesores.
Opposing projects for Bowring's and the parkade, to me, is as wrong as opposing a reclad of Scotia Place for the same reasons.
Just imagine that mess looking like ANYTHING else:
It'd be a HUGE step up!
And Atlantic Place wouldn't look as offensive next to something nicer.