Article on Toronto’s waterfront from the The Guardian newspaper.

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Toronto has never been a visual stunner. Filmmakers often use its generic cityscape to stand in for other locations. But North America’s largest urban revitalisation project is set to to change that.

Linwood Barclay on Toronto

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The 25-year Waterfront Toronto project will see 800 hectares of land (1,976 acres or four times the size of Monaco) developed at a cost of $34bn dollars. It started in 2002, and a significant step has just been reached with the reopening in June of Queen’s Quay, by Lake Ontario, after three years of construction work that has completely reimagined Toronto’s car-centric urban landscape.

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