The Potential Of Infill

In Toronto, two opportunities to breathe life into the forgotten corners of the city.

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.

Full Story: Innovative Infill: Breathing Life Into Toronto's Nooks and Crannies

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