Posts Filed Under: Waterfront
What happens when a tech company tries to build a neighbourhood? We're about to find out.
Losing the landmark would be an irreparable blow to waterfront redevelopment.
Just because you don't see water doesn't mean it's not there.
We shore like this art.
How necessary infrastructure can be more than simply functional
Three levels of government announce a study to assess cost risks associated with flood control and naturalizing the Don River.
By removing the Gardiner and building a better vision for the waterfront, Toronto has the rare opportunity to learn from its historic mistakes, writes Jennifer Bonnell.
As the former floating restaurant is hauled out of the harbour today, a look back at the time Captain John Letnik's original ship had a sinking feeling.
The City Planner prefers a grand boulevard over "antiquated, dark, crumbling infrastructure."
Design features an extended green roof and undulating wood structure, but the City will have to find funding.
Seven years of the Ward Marathon, Toronto's first annual marathon.
The 56-year-old facility is an icon of Toronto's industrial past amid proliferating waterfront condos.
New, glass-walled pathway installed over the weekend will expand the city's PATH network south.
New vision for a year-round destination includes music venue and waterfront promenade—and doesn't include condos.
Meet the trash-collecting contraption that's cleaning up Baltimore's harbour.
Contest produces new visions for the city's lakeshore lands.
New designs revealed for Ontario Place's urban park.
Our longest-serving mayor of the 19th century, known for his flamboyant dress, physical prowess, and conflict-of-interest scandal.