TODAY Jul 19.17

What Other Historical St. Lawrence Market Buildings Could Become Condos?

I suppose I sort of asked myself this question to conclude Monday's blog post, and thus I felt the topic was somewhat unfinished.

We are running out of land in Toronto on which to build housing, and developers are buying fully-functional 20-storey office buildings to build 60-storey condominiums!

A lot of the "old" properties in the original Town of York aren't actually designated heritage, but rather merely listed.

Which of these could we see become condos in the coming years?  Let's take a look, and debate whether or not these buildings are worth saving...



Pick 5

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