Revitalizing Toronto’s Waterfront: Placemaking and Hidden Gems of the Downtown East
By David Stonehouse and Anthony Kittel (City of Toronto), Tim Kocur (Waterfront BIA), and George Zegarac and Meg Davis (Waterfront Toronto)
Saturday, May 7
10:45AM - 12:45PM
Area: Downtown Toronto
Theme: Environment, History & Culture, Arts & Architecture.
Accessibility: Uneven terrain, family-friendly, pet-friendly, wheelchair-friendly, bicycles welcome, busy sidewalks, breaks offered along the way, lous noises, fun for kids, speaker or voice amplification.
Discover the rich history, emerging placemaking, and hidden gems of the east end of Toronto's downtown waterfront!
Walk Start Location: Jack Layton statue at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, 9 Queens Quay W, Toronto. Look for the person wearing a blue flag backpack with an info symbol on it.
Walk End Location: Cherry Street TTC loop in the West Don Lands.