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Work is proceeding on a new pedestrian bridge that is set to connect CityPlace to Front Street West. The project, funded by CityPlace developer Concord Adex, will run from the area around the new Parade Condos, in the south across the rail corridor, to an area between Portland and Draper on the Front Street side. Work is being done by the MMM Group. What will the bridge look like? Urban Toronto received renderings of the bridge, including the image above, from a member who wishes to remain anonymous. A construction worker at the site indicated work could be done within six weeks, which means pedestrians will soon no longer have to use either Bathurst or Spadina to get in or out of the area. We can’t wait to see the renderings come to life.
See Urban Toronto’s original posts here and here, where additional details and more images of the bridge are available.