Nothing has been decided yet, but a real estate brokerage firm hired by the city believes opening up the building to retail, food service, and leisure-focused businesses is the best way to generate money from the 116-year-old heritage structure.
On September 24, he released an open letter to the Prime Minister alleging that Uber doesn't pay HST. Since Toronto city councillors are so fond of Twitter, he tweeted it out on the same day and subsequently received mixed feedback.
Before it took the name we currently use, the PATH was known as the Underground City. It doesn't have an official opening date, but its origin point can be traced to the skyscraper boom that began in the late 1960s. When the Financial District modernized and new towers were built, they were linked with one another and an underground network blossomed.
While Calgary developed the world's largest network of overhead pedestrian bridges, a kind of aerial version of Toronto's PATH network, this city for the most part kept its feet on the ground.
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