Tuesday, November 24, 2009

PDP #135: Concealable City

There are parts of the city laid out in such a way that it's easy for them to fall beneath notice. In Toronto, the Esplanade is one. Long and narrow, it's wedged between Front Street and the Gardiner Expressway, two arteries that are all too often thought of as riding one another's shoulders. To me, this area is like a time capsule of 1980s Toronto, before City Hall had to look after everything south of Steeles and when there were still things worth looking forward to.

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