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Budget:         $1.4 billion CAD Important:   Status: Project approved. Pre-Construction Developer:   RioCan, Diamondcorp and Allied Properties About:           Shops, offices and residences “One of the REIT’s biggest projects is The Well, a C$1.4 billion ($1.1 billion) project in Toronto’s west end. The 7.6 acre (3.1 hectare) site, currently surrounded by condominium towers and trendy restaurants, is set to become 3.1 million square feet of residential, office, and retail space, the largest private mixed-use project in the country” Sources: April 12, 2016:

Budget:         TBD Developer:   TBD About:        “The Tunney's Pasture Master Plan provides a 25-year vision and the direction needed for major investments in existing buildings and future developments at the Tunney's Pasture site.” “As the main custodian of Tunney's Pasture, Public Works and Government Services Canada is responsible for the Master Plan project. The Department strategically manages its real estate portfolio to optimize existing federal office space and meet the government's need for affordable, productive work environments and a full range of real property services.” Source: Sept 09, 2017:

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Budget:         $270 CAD million Important:  The status is pre-construction and the project is expected to start on the 1st of January 2019. Developer:  Great Gulf About:              The project was approved in the spring of 2017 and is designed by Frank Gehry in partnership with David Mirvish. Consisting of two towers, 92 and 82 floors respectively, when completed it will be among the tallest skyscapers in Toronto and Canada. The two towers will be located on either side of Duncan Street, in Toronto's King West neighbourhood, and be an impressive addition to the Toronto Skyline, right in t…

Budget:         $910 million CAD (full development of Bayside) Important:   3XN is the design team of Bayside A1 & A2 (won design competition in April 2016). Design proposal was presented to the Waterfront Design Review Panel on July 26, 2017 Developer:     Hines (Master Developer) and Tridel (Residential Development Partner) About:        The development of the Bayside neighbourhood is divided into 8 projects; R1/R2 (completed), R3/R4 (completed), R5 (construction begin fall of 2017), R6, C1, C2, A1 and A2 Focus on sustainability: “In addition to meeting or exceeding Waterfront Toronto’s

Budget:         TBD Important:     See the May 8 document (link below) for more information Developer:     TBD About:        “CHH is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for development of the Subject Lands with the objective of delivering a medium density, mixed-income development that maximizes both the social benefit of the site and its contribution towards the overall financial sustainability of CHH.” “Development Innovation: CHH is seeking innovative concepts that would maximize social and financial benefit in the following areas: 1) Land Use Planning, 2)Building Design, 3) Financial Structure and 4) Community Benefit”…

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iWater-hanke brings innovative Storm Water Management systems to Helsinki…

Expected to be finished in 2021, the Svart Hotel in Norway’s Arctic Circle will be the worlds first energy-positive hotel.…

Flood gate protection of Gothenburgs vibrant Urban Areas…

Hammarby Sjöstad is an international award winning sustainable urban development in Stockholm that transports all waste from residents underground in pipes.…

The capital city of Iceland, Reykjavik boasts of the most sophisticated geothermal district heating systems in the world, a development project that began in the 1930s and continues today.…

Rockflow for Resilient Storm Water Management in Copenhagen…

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