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[PHOTO] Looking across the demolished western Galleria Mall, Thursday afternoon

Looking across the demolished western Galleria Mall, Thursday afternoon #toronto #wallaceemerson #galleriamall #demolition #dupontstreet #skyline #cntower #latergram

Written by Randy McDonald

March 14, 2020 at 7:00 pm

[PHOTO] Moon to the east over the Galleria Mall parking lot, evening

Moon to the east over the Galleria Mall parking lot, evening #toronto #wallaceemerson #galleriamall #moon #parkinglot #blue #evening #sky

Written by Randy McDonald

March 14, 2020 at 2:00 pm

[PHOTO] “Love Me Until I’m Me Again” (#galleriamall)

"Love Me Until I'm Me Again" #toronto #wallaceemerson #galleriamall #neon #red #heart #publicart #night

Written by Randy McDonald

November 22, 2019 at 10:15 am

[PHOTO] Lost cat Biko, call Ally 647-786-6714

Lost cat Biko, call Ally 647-786-6714 #roronto #dovercourtvillage #dovercourtpark #catsofinstagram #lostcat #posters #dupontstreet #dufferinstreet

Written by Randy McDonald

October 8, 2019 at 9:25 pm

[PHOTO] Repairing Dufferin Street south of Dupont

Repairing Dufferin Street south of Dupont #toronto #dufferinstreet #dovercourtvillage #wallaceemerson #dupontstreet #asphalt #black #pylon #orange #repair

Written by Randy McDonald

September 18, 2019 at 8:45 am

[URBAN NOTE] Five Toronto links: TIFF and transit, 311 Mildenhall Road, Galleria, 7 Labatt, NDP

  • Sean Marshall takes issue with how TIFF monopolizes much of the downtown, including key arteries like King Street.
  • blogTO reports on the luxurious estate of 311 Mildenhall Road, recently off the market at a price of well over $C 10 million.
  • Urban Toronto shares renderings of the first phase of Galleria on the Park. Wow.
  • Dozens of artists are working out of 7 Labatt Avenue, a warehouse set to be demolished. The Toronto Star reports.
  • NOW Toronto reports on the mess involving the NDP in the riding of Parkdale-High Park, here.

[URBAN NOTE] Five Toronto links: Valley Land Trail, e-scooters, rental housing, Brooke Lynn Hytes

  • The new Valley Land Trail in Scarborough looks amazing. blogTO explains.
  • John Lorinc writes at Spacing about the challenges posed by the legalization of e-scooters in Toronto.
  • Why are there not more apartment buildings being built in Toronto, given the pressing demand for rental housing? The Toronto Star reports.
  • David Sajecki at Spacing writes about how the construction of a low-rise apartment building at 1103 Dufferin Street, one that blends seamlessly into Wallace Emerson, points the way forward for the city.
  • At Toronto Life, Emily Landau profiles Toronto-born drag queen Brooke Lynn Hytes.