Comment 74636

By slodrive (registered) | Posted February 22, 2012 at 12:48:42

Good call...and totally agree. I'm failing to find any rationale for height restrictions in a downtown core.

However, I'd caution to use Mississauga as a glowing example. Yes, the height flexibility is good, and the cityscape may look good from afar, but putting up tall towers with acres in between hardly develops a more walkable community. Their urban planning still seems content with a massive population devoid of a downtown - and the identity of a firmly entrenched bedroom community.

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