Webinar Summary: As Toronto grapples with COVID-19 (along with cities and regions the world over), city builders are considering its potential impacts on urban density, housing, work, mobility and neighbourhoods in the future. Presented by the Ryerson City Building Institute in collaboration with the Urban Land Institute Toronto, the “Future of Cities” discussion series brings together notable urbanists and Ryerson academics for insightful discussions of how this global pandemic will change the way we live.
From new transit lines to hospitals and from large government-funded institutional projects to university-sponsored technology business incubators, public/private partnerships (PPPs or P3s) have been the preferred choice for procurement and delivery ...
Panelists examined new approaches to unlocking the power of parks in communities across the United States and Canada, and how to apply lessons learned to other projects and developments.
On the National Register of Historic Places, the Meier & Frank Delivery Depot now houses the North American headquarters of Vestas, a global energy company specializing in wind power, as well as Gerding Edlen’s headquarters and tech firm Urban Airshi...