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Waterfront Toronto Selects Final Public Art Installation for Front Street Promenade

18, November 2014
Last month, Waterfront Toronto awarded Berlin-based artists Hadley+Maxwell the third and final public art commission for Front Street East in the West Don Lands.
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Corktown Common a “Best of What’s New” winner in Popular Science’s prestigious annual awards

13, November 2014
Corktown Common has received international recognition from Popular Science magazine for its significant environmental and community impact.
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Innovative Design Competition Sets Stage for Revitalization of Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park

4, November 2014
The world’s most talented and creative design professionals are invited to develop bold new concepts for one of the waterfront’s most important gateways.
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Toronto’s fastest broadband internet coming to new waterfront neighbourhoods

20, October 2014
Waterfront Toronto and Beanfield Metroconnect announced today that residents and businesses in new waterfront communities will now enjoy the fastest and most economical high-speed Internet in the city.
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Major Queens Quay Revitalization Construction Milestone

8, October 2014
The 509 Harbourfront streetcar will resume service from Union Station along Queens Quay to Exhibition Station this Thanksgiving weekend. The resumption of service on Sunday, October 12, will officially mark the completion of TTC-related construction activities on Queens Quay.
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Revised Notice of Completion on Waterfront Sanitary Sewer Servicing Master Plan

11, September 2014
The City of Toronto completed the Waterfront Sanitary Master Servicing Study (Class EA) in October 2012 to ensure that the necessary sanitary sewer infrastructure is in place in the Study Area to service strong development growth along Toronto’s waterfront. In summer 2013, the City transferred implementation of part of the overall project to Waterfront Toronto
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