The Environmental Assessment (EA) into the future of the eastern portion of the Gardiner Expressway has completed its latest phase of work, which evaluates and compares two alternatives: Remove the elevated expressway and build a new boulevard; and the Hybrid, which would see some portion of the expressway removed, while maintaining an elevated expressway function between the Don Valley Expressway and the Gardiner. Maintaining the current expressway remains the base case.
Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the City of Toronto today announced that KPMB Architects + West 8 + Greenberg Consultants is the winning team of the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Innovative Design Competition. The goal of the competition was to create an inspiring vision for the long-term transformation of the area. The winning design is subject to approval by Waterfront Toronto’s Board and the City of Toronto.
On Monday March 16, Waterfront Toronto will unveil five innovative design proposals for the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park. The proposals will be on exhibition for public feedback in the Rotunda at Toronto City Hall during regular hours, beginning Monday, March 16 at 12:00 p.m. and closing at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 20.
The Board of Directors of Waterfront Toronto has decided to further enhance the organization’s transparency by sharing materials for Board and Board Committee meetings one week in advance of those meetings.