Sometimes, a huge potential problem has a very simple solution.
Is this up to property management, or should it have been addressed by the developer?
Ah yes, my old stomping ground at 230 King Street!
Trust me when I say that this is one of the best buildings in the downtown core, and this building is perhaps the star of the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood!
I lived her for almost five years, and yes, that story I told in the video is one-hundred-percent true.
I hit a rollerblader one morning as I came out of the parking garage, and even though I was completely at fault, it made me wonder why nobody has addressed this concern before. Why isn’t there a mirror on that corner so that drivers can see what is on the other side of the fence? I think this problem plagues half of all downtown Toronto condos!
When you’re driving in the underground parking garage, and you see oncoming lights in the mirror, don’t you slow down? Don’t you proceed with caution?
Sometimes, you have to think outside the box – or in this case, outside the condo itself. The same planning and thinking that goes into the underground parking garage should go into the grounds that surround a condominium, and a mirror on that fence would ensure the safety of all rollerbladers from here on out!
All joking aside, I often wonder what could have happened if that wasn’t some burly 200-pound female rollerblader with a body sculpted from iron…