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The New York Times deems Queen Street West awesome

A recent article from the New York Times travel section has confirmed what we already know: Queen Street West is cool, and it’s been getting cooler. Apart from the Times shedding some light on an already well-publicized Toronto street, the article serves as a reminder to those who’ve watched a cycle of artsy boutiques open and shutter over the past few years due to skyrocketing rents. What we found most reassuring is the news that despite all of the changes and closures, some independent boutiques, like Zane Aburaneh’s A2Zane, are still able to set up shop and thrive despite the appearance of big brand retailers and all those other development woes. [The New York Times]

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