By May Warren | Star Reporter | July 16, 2019 |
The problem: While Toronto needs way more housing in the coming decades, it also has tens of thousands of garages that may become
redundant as private vehicle ownership becomes less necessary.
When the car was king in the Golden State, the garage was its castle. It made a cosy fortress for four-wheels, as well as unused workout equipment, and boxes destined for Goodwill.
But as California grapples with an affordable housing crisis, garages, along with other backyard units, are emerging as one potential solution, evicting the automobile to let people take precedence.