I'm not a fan of high-rise buildings. They create a gated community feel and do little to create a larger sense of community. How many high rise residents do you know who know the names of their neighbours?
But today's Star highlights an interesting development:
A controversial 42-storey condo building that will be built without permanent parking spots cleared a key hurdle yesterday.
The Toronto-East York community council overruled city staff skeptical about the dearth of parking to allow a plan that provides for only nine car-share rental spots, plus 315 spaces for bicycles.
New housing without parking: can you imagine this happening in Hamilton?
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