Toronto transformed into a city of towers
December 5, 2013
One of the most exciting things about Toronto is that it’s a city that is constantly changing. When one compares the photo above of the skyline in 1963 with Toronto’s skyline today, you’ll see a dramatic change, but it’s changing more frequently than you would think. Where one month there was an old warehouse in King West Village, look again and there’s a giant hole in the ground. So much of our historic Toronto architecture is replaced with a new development condo tower.
The Star’s Christopher Hume has written an interesting piece on the new Vertical City – and why he thinks today’s construction is better than the apartment boom of the 1960s.
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