Okay everyone ... in the past, threads involving these places have caused some MAJOR arguments and trolling, so please - try to keep this discussion civilized. If there's any name-calling, abusive comments or personal insults, this thread is closed immediately. I'm just warning you in advance.
Times Square is a bit rubbish to be honest my vote goes Shibuya. PC is great but it's a bit small compared to the rest to be a realistic competitor, maybe if you included Leicester Square and Regents Street then defo.
Where are pics of Causeway Bay and Times Square? I think Piccadilly is the least retail oriented, and Causeway Bay the most. It's interesteing how each one has a non-traditional/non-grid space. Piccadilly Circus is all wonky, Times Square is like a triangle-y thingy, Shibuya is the meeting of non-perpindicular streets...I'm not too sure about Causeway Bay though. How about Toronto's Yonge-Dundas Square?
Well since this lacks a poll, and isnt in city vs city anymore I think it is appropriate to talk about other cities now.
Toronto's Dundas Square is supposed to look like this, problem is the builders of the largest(and most spectacular) building on the right are incompotent, and as it stands that building is just a delayed hole in the ground that might not be built for years if ever...the LG sign, and the others are currently there though.
What could've been, hopefully one day it will realize its potential.
What there is now
Toronto's whole Yonge street is lined with neon and craziness.
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