The City of Toronto is running out of strategies to fight a controversial condo plan it fears will destroy a creative employment area in the west end.


The latest setback came Tuesday when the Ontario Municipal Board upheld an earlier board decision that OK’d condos for a 2.4-hectare (six-acre) site near Queen Street West and Dovercourt Road — part of an area known as the Queen West Triangle.


The city will now try its luck in Divisional Court on Monday, although that’s expected to be an “uphill struggle,” said Councillor Adam Giambrone (Ward 18, Davenport).