“Toronto is a city of great diversity, great civic pride and social life, but that’s not apparent when you look at the waterfront,” says Ethan Kent, vice-president of Project for Public Spaces.

Mr. Kent, who runs the organization’s Great Cities Initiative, criticized the “narrow approach to planning and the commercial development that has not taken the opportunity to create special public spaces” on Toronto’s waterfront.

View the Toronto waterfront Hall of Shame listing here.

PPS Puts Toronto Waterfront in the “Hall of Shame” was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by ksalay@pps.org
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