During Toronto's deep freeze, those who work in the downtown core might want to consider moving to a condo tower with direct access to the PATH, Toronto's mostly-underground pedestrian network that links directly to four subway stations and lots of office towers, retail shops and food courts. No overcoat or snowboots required; just step out your front door, grab a quick elevator ride downstairs to the system's entrance, and it's off you go to First Canadian Place or TD Centre or wherever your cubicle is. Chuckle warmly when you meet your cursing, snow-coated co-workers at the coffee counter, smelling like wet mittens. As of right now there's only a handful of residential towers that connect to PATH, but more are in development; by 2015, there should be at least three more on the network—among them ICE and RBC WaterPark Place. Some of the newer PATH connections will be above-ground glass walkways, sure to have the added novelty of making you feel a little like a hamster in a giant Habitrail.
· Cool Map Thing Archives [Curbed Toronto]
· A Large Multi-Use Development (and Park) is Coming to a Tiny Part of Southcore [National Post]
· Express Train to Pearson Airport Prepares for Takeoff [Toronto Star]
· The Challenges of Connecting Toronto's South Core [Globe]