(Source: The Toronto Star)
Plans to transform the site of the historic Sony Centre in downtown Toronto get a long-awaited start Wednesday when construction on the adjacent residences [The L-Tower] officially gets underway with a ceremony presided over by Mayor David Miller.
The project at the former O’Keefe Centre has been divisive.
Some critics argue that residences should not be built on the land, while others say that without development, the centre would have been lost.
Read Tony Wong’s full article “Sony Centre’s facelift on track” in The Toronto Star (October 21, 2009).