But while Lake Shore Blvd. and latterly Queens Quay E. have been the focus of extensive improvements since the 1980s, the silos have remained derelict.
The proposal has been with the city since Dec. 7, 2012, but an appeal to the Ontario Municipal Board set for early next month could trigger construction some time this summer.
Matching the existing look of the Yonge line, the platforms were modern and spare in style. Basic tiled walls, no public artwork.
Hot on the heels of Sam Mizrahi and Foster Partners' plan for what could become the tallest building in the country, a developer is proposing a mixed-use building opposite the Toronto Reference Library that would include 531 residential units and a large, two-storey retail space on Yonge St.
Here's what $1 million buys you in six Toronto neighbourhoods.
With six bathrooms, perhaps Sparky has his own private potty area, instead of just utilizing the backyard like all the other neighbourhood pups. Sorry, no bathroom photos are posted.