Toronto condos short in stature but long on style
from The Globe and Mail
You can blame them for the proliferation of tiny new condominium units and the paucity of family-sized ones in the Toronto area. And you can reproach them for the transformation of your once-quiet neighbourhood into a hive of chic bars, boutiques and dance clubs. But young, mobile, affluent, kid-free, knowledge workers — the objects of every condo supplier's desire these days — are important facts of life in Greater Hogtown, and they need places to lay their heads just like the rest of us. If the planners at Queen's Park and Toronto's city hall get their way, their digs will be in towers at important intersections and mid-rise buildings alongside arterial streets.
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