Downtown Toronto went all in with a pair of Kings
Re: rezoning of King St in the 90s
Desperation Sets in for House Hunters in Toronto’s Red-Hot Market – Bloomberg
Good look at the real estate situation in Toronto within a broader North American context.
Streetcars are Toronto’s civic treasure and the King St. plan gives them their due
Besides, if you want to drive without streetcars in the way, you have your pick of all kinds of other cities. You can go to Hamilton, or Mississauga, or Pickering. You can go most places, and they won’t have streetcars. We do have them, and they’re a civic treasure. It’s about time we treat them like it.
OMB Reform: Contested development
Star feature on the shady Ontario Municipal Board, the unaccountable provincial body that has the final say in development approvals in Toronto
Transit First For King Street?
Steve Munro analyzes the options proposed for King Street
Kathleen Wynne stopping John Tory’s plan for tolls on DVP, Gardiner
The Ontario Liberals don’t believe in anything, do they?
Downtown Toronto home appreciates 62% in two years
Bathurst Station Bids Goodbye to Honest Ed’s
They hired Honest Ed’s sign painters to do the station signage. Wish I had seen this in person – I grew up just down the street and both of these places were landmarks of my youth.