You're right, I'll back off on that.
I'm just highly suspect of the sudden decision to walk away from accepted and established policies of rapidly densifying existing commercial nodes in the city centre and along major arterials. Suddenly we have "sensitive density" back in the narrative when five years ago we decided as a community that areas like Cook Street Village should be priority-densified considering their location and existing infrastructure.
There is nothing sacrosanct about CSV other than the fact people keep saying it's an amazing place. Is it, though? Not particularly when you compare it to other commercial nodes in other places. It's like a poor man's Kits with crappy architecture, but yet its held up as some sort of a jewel.
This is seriously what we're proud of, and trying so hard to protect? Knock this stuff down and replace it with hundreds of residences above proper commercial spaces. And those residences should allow for a wide spectrum of prices to be inclusive and not exclusive to all but the wealthiest of locals.