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Look on the bright side, it's density filler. And there are still enough parking lots to be filled along the Gardiner Expressway. So all hope is not lost.
I remember years ago when I first realized that skyscrapers were an interest of mine. Before I joined this forum. I had seen an overhead view of Downtown TO and couldn't believe the surface parking. Someone must have read my thoughts. Since then nothing but tower after tower has begun to change that.
Hopefully 2012 isn't true and Toronto can finish the jobs.
I can't hear you with my eyes closed