Jon77

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it's crazy how small the northern buildings look from that angle, yet when you see pictures from the ground right beside them they look massive
 

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Agreed. In my perfect fantasy world Draper would be closed to traffic and turned into a pedestrian woonerf with restaurants and small shops occupying the older houses. Replace the street with brick pavers, install some catenary lighting and lots of plants.
A little hess village in Toronto? would love a new club/bar street
 

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Yup! The city likes to keep it as a historical novelty street with single family homes. Surrounded by highrises and skyscrapers.

I think those homes will be converted to offices and/or retail someday. Few people will want to live in a SFH in a place like that.
 

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