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The Queensway

The Queensway, running along the southern section of Etobicoke, is a mix of large retail and light industrial buildings. The area around the Humber River and High Park has seen considerable highrise and townhouse residential development in the past decade. At the same time, regional hubs such as multiplex theatres, Sherway Gardens mall and the Ikea bring tens of thousands of people into the area daily. The residential areas to the north are a mix of streetcar suburb vintage homes and postwar bungalows.


Kelli Korducki

Letter from the editor

Letter from Yonge Street's new Managing Editor. 

Peter Milczyn

Meet City Councillor Peter Milczyn, Toronto's urbanist from Etobicoke

Peter Milczyn, Toronto's new Development and Planning Committee chair, says: it's alright for kids to grow up in high rises; the city can be more dense; we can have great architecture and great public spaces; and our development fee structure can be changed to encourage all of this.
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