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Assorted Personal Notations, Essays, and Other Jottings

[URBAN NOTE] Five links on changing neighbourhoods in Toronto, from the waterfront to Y&E

  • Sarah-Joyce Battersby writes for Metro Toronto about how civic activists need to look before the downtown for paradigms of sustainable growth.
  • Steve Kupferman argues at Toronto Life that Toronto is not yet on the brink of a housing market collapse.
  • The Globe and Mail‘s Alex Bozikovic describes how the Bentway, a public space underneath the Gardiner by Fort York, is an unexpected success.
  • Scott Wheeler notes in the Toronto Star how the World’s Largest Rubber Duck successfully drove traffic to the waterfront.
  • Jennifer Pagliaro notes in the Toronto Star what I think is a fundamentally misconceived opposition to a newly approved condo tower at Yonge and Eglinton.
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