(Source: The Globe and Mail)
Adam Vaughan would like to see developers alter their philosophy. “Developers are very existential. They look at what sold yesterday and they want to build that today to sell tomorrow.”
In this case, the Toronto city councillor for the Trinity-Spadina ward is calling on builders to do more to accommodate families who want to live downtown. Condominium buildings, he says, should offer more of the condo sizes, services and stores that make that possible.
“We need to effectively get them to become a vertical neighbourhood.”
Read the full article by Carolyn Ireland, “In Toronto, a battle for the 3-bedroom condo” in the Globe and Mail (Nov 19, 2009).