Portage Avenue (1926). After the whole Eaton’s debacle, there’s one thing I know for sure: It’s going to take nothing short of an earthquake for this building to ever come down.
As The Bay continues to struggle, however, I hope the city’s planners and developers are smart in how they deal with this building. Shindico’s Hydro plan from a few years ago looked pretty good: Office space on the upper floors (I believe) as well as the new tower in place of the awful adjoining parking lot.
That was pretty much ideal–preserving the building and getting rid of the parking lot.