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Tell Us What You Think About the Proposals for the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal & Harbour Square Park

Mar 15, 2015

 

Ticket booths at the ferry terminal

An Innovative Design Competition

In January, five design teams were selected to compete in the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Innovative Design Competition. Since then, the teams have gone through an intensive eight-week design exercise to develop their proposals for the ferry terminal, park and surrounding areas.

The goal of the competition is to create an inspiring vision for the long-term transformation of the Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park. That vision will be articulated in a master plan for the area that can be phased in over time, as funding and budget becomes available.

Below you will find the five proposals that have been put forward. Each team has created a “proposal booklet” which describes their concept in detail, as well as a series of five panels that summarize what they are proposing.

This is your opportunity to review the designs and provide your thoughts and feedback. All the public comments will be summarized in a report that will be delivered to the competition jury for their consideration, alongside reports from the competition's Stakeholder Advisory Committee and Technical Advisory Committee.

How to Provide Your Feedback

Step 1: Review the five proposals below. We’ve embedded them in this blog post for easy viewing.

Step 2: Join the conversation online using the #FerryTerminalTO hashtag.

Step 3: Complete the short online survey to provide your feedback to Waterfront Toronto. The survey is embedded in this blog post after the five proposals, or you can open it in another browser window by clicking here.

If you have trouble viewing or downloading any of the proposals, or if you experience difficulty with the survey, please email info@waterfrontoronto.ca.

Note: Downloadable file sizes range from 25MB to 90MB. If you wish to download the proposals, we recommend doing so on a desktop computer or using a Wi-Fi connection.

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The Five Proposals

Stoss Landscape Urbanism (Boston) + nARCHITECTS (New York City) + ZAS Architects (Toronto)

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Five-panel Summary

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Clement Blanchet Architecture (Paris) + Batlle i Roig (Barcelona) + RVTR (Toronto and Ann Arbor) + Scott Torrance Landscape Architect Inc. (Toronto)


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Five-panel Summary

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Diller Scofidio+Renfro (New York City) + architectsAlliance (Toronto) + Hood Design (Emeryville, CA)

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Five-panel Summary

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KPMB Architects (Toronto), West 8 (Rotterdam), Greenberg Consultants (Toronto)

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Five-panel Summary

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Quadrangle Architects (Toronto), aLLDesign (London), Janet Rosenberg & Studio (Toronto)

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Five-panel Summary

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The Survey

Complete this survey to tell us what you think about the five proposals posted above.

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The deadline for public feedback on the five proposals is 12am on the morning of Saturday, March 21st.

Have questions? Tweet us at @WaterfrontTO or send us an email at info@waterfrontoronto.ca