The Globe and Mail reports
A private developer holds the key to a proposed rescue of the iconic grain silos at the western edge of Toronto’s central waterfront.
On Monday, at Mayor David Miller’s executive committee, city officials are expected to lay out a plan to restore the former Canadian Malting silos that, a mere two months ago, were at risk of being razed.
What’s changed? A fresh plan by the cash-strapped city to invest public and private dollars to preserve heritage structures of a bygone industrial era that could define the future of Toronto’s waterfront.