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And the Winner is… KPMB, West 8 and Greenberg Consultants

Apr 10, 2015

Bird's eye view of the ferry terminal site

Harbour Landing – the proposal from KPMB Architects, West 8 and Greenberg Consultants Inc. – has been selected as the winning entry in the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Innovative Design Competition.

By Christopher McKinnon

Earlier this afternoon, we announced that the team of KPMB Architects, West 8 and Greenberg Consultants Inc. and their proposal – dubbed Harbour Landing –have been selected as the winning entry in the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Innovative Design Competition.

If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at their stunning proposal, check it out here:

If you are having trouble with the Issuu reader or if you require a version accessible for screen readers CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF – Note: The file is 70MB and may take some time to download on a slower connection.

Big congratulations to the winning team!

Look for a blog post with a full video and photo recap from the event early next week – but for now, we’d just like to leave you with the fourteen beautiful renderings from the Harbour Square proposal.

Click on any of the images below to jump to the Gallery on our main website, where you can also download hi-res versions of all the renderings.

Bird's eye view of the cafe and parkchildren playing in Harbour Square ParkDetailed view of the ferry terminal buildingEntrance to the new ferry terminalInterior view of the new ferry terminalLooking from the terminal entrance to the parkNew pathways in the parkView from the ferry terminal exit to Harbour Square ParkView of Harbour Square Park landscapeView of the park looking toward the waterView of the park with Jack's Got Your Back sculptureNew water's edge promenadeWater's edge promenade at Harbour Square Park

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  • Christopher McKinnon

    Christopher McKinnon was previously a communications and public engagement Manager at Waterfront Toronto. He’s passionate about art, cycling in the city, public transit and building really amazing parks.