One visited the BMW Toronto architectural feast in my hood during Doors Open. I still recall the occasional odour of burning Sunlight detergent in the building’s former incarnation.

It seems the builders jotted down a note or two on the windowsill.

Sadly, I did not get a shot of the Fruits-style Chinese chick with dyed hair, halter top, hot pants, and leggings with garters. However, I loved the freight elevators:

Giant freight elevator, spotlessly clean and large enough for an SUV
Stainless-steel warning sign affixed to elevator (‘Class B Loading. This elevator desgined to transport motor vehicles.... This is not a passenger elevator’)

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