I really do. I live in one, I see the point of going vertical but I saw this today on my way to visit a friend:
Once Postal Station K was sold by Canada Post to the Rockport Group, it was only a matter of time before a development proposal sign would appear despite it not being in the designated urban growth centre of Yonge and Eglinton.
I’ve joked before that my neighbourhood is lingerie central. If you want to pay three figures for a bra, you come to my neighbourhood. Within five minutes walk there are four lingerie stores – La Senza, Secrets From Your Sister, Beestung and Tres Jolie.
March teases us. One day is warm and dry and the next day is cold with flurries. We’re eager to get out of our coats and into sandals but sometimes it takes a bit of effort to get outside.
And who could blame us? We’ve had too much of this cold weather and choosing comfort over action is the easier choice but how can we change this!
I don’t walk south of Eglinton very often, maybe once or twice a month to visit my friend, Dag, who owns Consign Toronto. There isn’t much to see in that small stretch. Most of the good stuff is south of Dag’s store.
When I went to visit him last week, I saw two things: a development proposal sign up on the Art Shoppe – with two condo towers (29, and 38 stories) with a retail component and Barre Beautiful.