The Potential Of Infill

<p>In Toronto, two opportunities to breathe life into the forgotten corners of the city.</p>
February 13, 2007, 9am PST | Kilgore Trout
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Maisonneuve urban affairs critic Christopher DeWolf looks at two exciting opportunities for infill in Toronto. Despite a recent city council decision that limits new back-alley development, Toronto's laneways brim with the possibility of thousands of affordable and environmentally-friendly houses. Meanwhile, a new report suggests reclaiming the space underneath the Gardiner Expressway, an elevated downtown highway, for public space, small businesses and community facilities.

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Published on Wednesday, February 7, 2007 in Maisonneuve
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