Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Toronto's "Sherbourne Park"


image:: "Sherbourne Park" rendering, from Torontoist

Another post on Toronto urbanism. This time is about "Sherbourne Park" in quotes as there's an open call to submit a suggestion for its name {proposal submission link}. 




The park is the centrepiece of an East Bayfront {pdf} revitalization effort and also doubles as a stormwater treatment facility. East Bayfront is a district bounded by Yonge {west}, Cherry {east}, Lake Ontario {south} and The Gardiner/Lake Shore {north}. The area was an industrial wasteland on reclaimed land that was once Lake Ontario. The design was done by PFS and here's a link to their page on the project and Waterfront Toronto's description. The following video described the project::











Song:: Blur-'Parklife'

Twitterversion:: Naming contest for new "Sherbourne Park" in emerging East Bayfront area of #Toronto. Park feat. sust. design. @Prof_K


1 comment:

Kenneth M. Kambara said...

I entered my name for "Sherbourne Park". The deadline is tomorrow, 14 May. I'll post my entry when the finalists are announced.