InsideToronto has details on the “Weston Common”, formerly known as the Cultural Hub. Most of it sounds good—but I do believe they have a spelling mistake.
Artscape officials proposed at a public meeting Monday, Nov. 14 the entire site, including the live-work apartments, the hub, and the open space, could be called Weston Common, and will feature bold colours on the exterior of the buildings.
Artscape vice-president Pru Robey said the name is meant to reflect that the space is for everyone.
The words ‘Weston Common’ will be used throughout the site and on way-finding signage leading people to it.
It should be “commons“, with an -s, when used as a noun, I’m quite certain. “Common”, on the other hand, is the adjective. I’m not alone in believing so: Oxford and Wikipedia agree, and we do not call it, perhaps unfortunately, “The House of Common”.