Every year when I visit Toronto, I’m struck by how much the city has changed. It’s taller, tighter, and more tantalizing. It’s growing up right before your eyes, as they say.
Much of that has to do with a construction boom that is now entering its second decade. And with more cranes than any other city in North America, things won’t be cooling off anytime soon.
But it’s not just skyscrapers. Toronto’s university campuses are constantly evolving, new public spaces are sprouting up, and the city’s transit infrastructure is making strides.
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By Christian Nathler