Sure. Then not 18 floors.A point-tower floorplate makes no sense on a street like McCaul, for one. A midrise built form right to the property line at each end, in my opinion, is preferable here.
Was that part of his post-rent control rant? Whatever it was related to, you can't take those statements of his seriously, not anymore. East Fifty Five, James, Wellington House, Bauhaus, and now The Bread Company. That's some hiatus.I remember hearing not that long ago that Brad Lamb is taking a hiatus from developing in Toronto and focusing on other cities instead (Edmonton, Ottawa, Hamilton, etc.)