Shawn Micallef

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My first Toronto apartment was in a 32-story midcentury modern tower in the city’s midtown, a cluster of high- and midrise buildings with single-family homes scattered among them. The neighborhood is atop a mild escarpment, giving these buildings a height advantage on the city spreading south toward Lake Ontario.

From my south-facing perch on the 19th floor, I could see the downtown financial center’s skyscrapers and an east-west view of the city a dozen miles wide. It was like living in the cityscape backdrop on the evening news. Toronto was never abstract from that high up. I could watch entire storms pass by.…  Seguir leyendo »