Save 401 Richmond

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STEPHEN ADAMS
3 years ago
The tax hike is caused by external forces not caused by the cultural center. It must not be taxed out of existence.

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York Malone
3 years ago
This is a very important heritage site in down town Toronto. Our heritage must be preserved. Artists are a very important part of the culture of Toronto. Small businesses are as well which are thriving at 401 Richmond. Toronto's history is important. Too many of our historical buildings have been torn down. Please save 401 Richmond St. West.! Nancy Malone

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John Stephenson
3 years ago
Municipalities need the freedom and flexibility to use municipal tax breaks to support culture in properties like this!

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Asli Turktekin
3 years ago
Historical buildings hold depth of cultural characteristics of the society. They need to be kept and cherished.

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Donnalu Macdonald
3 years ago
I care about maintaining the types of businesses that exist in 401 plus the owners have proven themselves to be responsible owners who develop and maintain our built heritage, not raze, profit and leave.

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Micah Terry
3 years ago
Saving Toronto

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dale richards
3 years ago
As a people friendly and world class city, Toronto needs diversity, historical buildings and true arts & cultural facilities. Beautiful reclaimed buildings like this are critical to ensuring that our downtown doesn't become a sterile and sanitized downtown (eg. Dallas downtown).

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Kimberly Byrne
3 years ago
Arts and culture are an important part of life, relationships and experiences make life worth living.

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Dan Berman
3 years ago
401 Richmond and other arts oriented developments should be treated differently than purely commercial real estate holdings.

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Jerome Evola
3 years ago
I'm an artist who also just got pushed out by rent increases