Developer’s vision for St. Joseph site includes restoration of heritage buildings

(Source: Globe and Mail)

Yonge Street merchant Mark Citron was all set to fight a proposed 45-storey condo that would loom above his family’s third-generation clothing store, Cat’s Cradle, on a historic stretch of Toronto’s main street.

Then he heard what the developer had in mind at Yonge and St. Joseph streets: restoration of 19th-century heritage buildings on the half-acre site, not just retention of the facades as often happens on such projects.

Read Jennifer Lewington’s full article “Yonge St. condo plans win fans” in the Globe and Mail (December 1, 2009).

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