Lisa T.

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October, 2021

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Supported a comment by Jason Self on Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Jason Self
Ensure the built form respects the vernacular of the immediate area. Don't build generic condos with glass spandral, instead use brick and other 'home' elements. The public realm is key as is a zero carbon footprint
Supported a comment by Gene B on Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Gene B
This area is very suitable for development, but what you propose is a forest of tall buildings. It doesn´t look promising or inviting at all. How are you going to create a homey feeling and ensure it fits in the neighborhood?
Supported a comment by Momola issa on Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Momola issa
I'd like to see more 'offbeat' shops and eccentricity in East Harbour too.
I'm genuinely so tired and fed up with the cookie-cutter Rexall pharmacies, weed stores and overall dreariness all over Downtown Toronto! Liberty village, City place, Yonge Street...it's all too generic with the same boring chain restaurants and the same soul sucking architecture.
I don't want to see steakhouses and boston pizza's in East Harbour, a truly 'world-class' neighbourhood has a wow-factor where retail and vibes are hip and different.
Supported a comment by Tony Whitaker on Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Tony Whitaker
65 storey residential towers exist at Yonge and Bloor and close to Scotiabank Arena etc. Not appropriate for East Harbour. If residential is approved, a maximum height of 25 storeys should be the number. This would be consistent with the surrounding area (West Don Lands condos) and even lower heights on Broadview Avenue up to Queen St.
Followed Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Commented on Engage East Harbour 1 month, 3 weeks ago
An aesthetic charm that feels less "metropolitan" and more European. Pedestrian friendly and focus on trees, and green spaces.