Nostalgic view of some of the oldest buildings and structures in Toronto. Middle-class neighbourhoods are disappearing from Toronto centre. Once vibrant communities are being replaced by massive urban dwellings and high-rise condo developments.
Toronto middle-class neighbourhoods built in 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s could very well be the last islands of diversity in a city swamped by the flood waters of global capital. Huge international real estate investment firms have embedded themselves in Toronto’s communities, changing the very fabric of our urban living.