According to the listing, which also touts the liquor license and zoning, there is "redevelopment potential" for the building and its famous neon sign. "Many great options for a landmark site," it reads. "Great for student housing, a fitness club, boutique hotel, etc." There's certainly enough space - more than 1,400 square metres over four floors.
With city status came a new name, Toronto. The name had a "musical sound" and was "in every respect much better" than the original, said William Bent Berczy, a member of the Legislative Committee.
Here are 5 things to know about Toronto on its 180th birthday.
The answer is nefarious youths. In 1998, a community safety audit conducted after a fatal stabbing at Kennedy station suggested piping in Bach, Sibelius, Schumann, and others would repel gangs. New lights, CCTV, and additional security patrols were also ordered.
Now that the city and the TTC are studying ways to improve streetcar service on King Street, a route that carries more people than the Sheppard subway, perhaps it's worth finding out how another major city handles its surface rail network.
The image (full-size version here) was created using information from the city's open data portal by William Davis, a Reddit user. Late last year Davis used city data to track infilling along the downtown waterfront.
Lower Queen, as it's come to be known (it was never officially named, though it appears on maps as "City Hall") is the only piece of a streetcar subway planned in the years following the second world war. If provincial funding had been more forthcoming, Toronto might have built its east-west subway under Queen Street.