Waterfront Toronto has convened a distinguished jury, including art and design experts and a member of the local community, to evaluate proposals for three public art sites along Front Street east of Cherry. Take a look at some of the proposed concepts.
Canada’s Sugar Beach and the Martin Goodman Trail improvements at Marilyn Bell Park have received Regional Awards of Excellence from the CSLA.
An innovative new park on Toronto’s waterfront that will clean stormwater in its Pavilion and public art installations and release the treated water back into Lake Ontario officially opened today.
Waterfront Toronto together with the Governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Toronto officially broke ground today on Don River Park, a massive new (18 acre) park that will be the cornerstone of the new West Don Lands community.
Toronto City Council has overwhelmingly approved Waterfront Toronto’s selection of premier international real estate firm Hines to develop a prominent waterfront site minutes from downtown.
Following an extensive competitive selection process, Waterfront Toronto has chosen Hines, one of the world’s premier real estate firms, to develop Toronto’s next great waterfront neighbourhood.
Two inviting and exciting public spaces officially opened today in part of Toronto’s downtown waterfront that was until now mostly derelict industrial land that few people had visited.
Toronto City Council has endorsed the award winning plans to transform the Lower Don Lands and renaturalize the mouth of the Don River. Waterfront Toronto, in conjunction with the City of Toronto and Toronto and Region Conservation, sought Toronto City Council’s authorization to submit all the necessary planning documents to support an Official Plan Amendment [...]
While the official opening of Canada’s Sugar Beach is not slated until August 9, Torontonians are already enjoying the park’s sandy beach, candy-striped rocks and water views.
The award winning vision to transform the Lower Don Lands and renaturalize the mouth of the Don River may soon be official and binding.