What should go at street level? (part i- the good)

I complain a lot in these blog postings. The City did this wrong. The stupid developer did that wrong. Yadda¬†yadda. I even get tired of myself complaining. But some things do work out alright. In the case of the 333 Preston development (Sako¬†is the developer, major tenants include Adobe, Xerox, RBC, Heart and Crown) we have an example of a better quality development. The ground floor is chock full of narrow storefronts, each with a different colour signage and awning. The patio spaces are friendly and often well patronized. There are trees along the sidewalk, and ped-scaled lighting. A row … Continue reading What should go at street level? (part i- the good)