Tuesday, April 27, 2010

PDP #212: Structural Integrity

Up on Queen Street West, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health is in the midst of a monumental renewal. This meant the demolition of the structures that were already on site so that new ones could rise in their place - a philosophy that is par for the course in Toronto. This shot was taken in March from a passing Queen streetcar, and shows what was once the main building on the Queen West site in the process of coming down, with ragged edges.

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1 comment:

  1. I've been blogging about the progress. The building is gone now. Definitely a difference.