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.
"I feel like I've been waiting for this night my whole life," Kimmel said at the start of the show, which you can watch below (if you can stand it.)
Sandwiched between two tall detached homes, the detached cottage appears especially small, although one can find a few similar bungalows scattered throughout this Oakwood-Vaughan neighbourhood. The house has been recently upgraded with a new front deck, storage shed in the rear, and a fresh (if plain) three-piece bathroom. If you're looking at condos -- with a condo-sized budget -- but dream of owning a home, this could be a clever alternative. Just watch your head on the ascent to that loft bedroom.