“This is what Eglinton Avenue could look like in 10 years”
The City of Toronto is honing its vision for Eglinton Avenue in the age of the LRT. When the $4 billion Eglinton-Crosstown opens in 2020, the city hopes to weave its new rapid transit links with development around major intersections, beautification projects, and protection for the street’s complex and varied heritage.
Rap’s has seen an increase in competition as other Caribbean restaurants pop up in the neighborhood. Unfortunately, their food just doesn’t stand up and the décor looks like a tropical storm blew through. Restaurant Takeover’s Chef Derek Minkensky and Designer Paula Velez are on a mission to bring a little sunshine back to this Carib joint.
Watch the episode at http://www.foodnetwork.ca/shows/restaurant-takeover/episode-guide/raps/
Eglinton LRT: Businesses brace for station-building phase
Bidding proceeds on huge contract to construct 25 stations, with incentives to cut disruption on the $5.3-billion Crosstown LRT project.
Gallery City turns empty real estate into opportunity