The centre houses many high end shops with large alleys to DRIVE THRU. Each shop is separate and distinct from the other. What this means is that there is no indoor passage linking of any of the shops together. This means every time you wish to visit the next store you must embrace the elements.
This was all done for the sake of looks; it looks high-end out of California. Aesthetics has given way to practicality and comfort. The sole purpose is to be pleasing to the eyes. I understand it’s a high end shopping area but honestly how can it ever work in Canadian weather?
And this trend is increasing alarmingly with the new design of bus stops and other public places. The insanity of such structures must stop. When you are freezing in the cold weather you don't care how beautiful anything looks like. Especially concerning is that seniors are the ones who are most likely to shop there and they are prone to diseases and illness even by the slightest weather change and unfortunately they must use this inconvenient centre.
Have you seen things that just don’t belong? Let us know via the comments.