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Budget:         $20 billion US Important:   Under construction - expected to be completed in 2024. Hudson Yards is a 28-acre mega-development that contains 33 smaller projects. Developer:     Related Companies, Oxford Properties Group Inc. Collingwood Inc. About:        “The new neighborhood is expected to be completed in 2024, and will be comprised of residential units, retail, restaurants, office buildings, and a public square. The area will stretch from 30th to 41st streets and 10th and 11th avenues in Manhattan. Costing an estimated …

Budget:         $1.1 billion US Important:   Construction began in 2015 and is expected to end by 2024. Overall, the Essex Crossing megaproject is comprised of nine sites spread out over six acres. Developer:   L+M Development Partners, Taconic Investment Partners and BFC Partners are developing Essex Crossing About:        June 15, 2017: “The first part of the project, which broke ground in 2015, will be done this October: a 14-story building near the entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge with 99 units of affordable senior housing, including apartments for as low as $396 a month. So far 60,000 people have entered that lottery…

Budget:         $1 billion CAD Important:   “Sidewalk Labs is an Alphabet company that imagines, designs, tests, and builds urban innovations to help cities meet their biggest challenges.” Sitewalk Labs is contemplating building a 3 million square foot operations hub in Quayside. About:        Title of the article: “Toronto could become home to world’s first ‘smart city’ “Alphabet first applied to develop the 12-acres of land in downtown Toronto back in May. According to a new report from the

Budget:       $59 million CAD Important:   Design contest in the fall (design a 12 story timber-framed building) Developer:   George Brown College About:          “The City of Toronto, George Brown College and Waterfront Toronto completed the land sale on March 31, 2017. George Brown College will now begin extensive design and municipal planning approvals of the planned campus expansion, which will include enhanced sustainability beyond the required LEED Gold.” ”To be known as "The Arbour", the building will be designed to function as a "living laboratory" for climate-friendly building design, serving as the home of a…

Budget:       TBD Important:     Focus on mobility Developer: About:       "The Shelbourne Valley Action Plan will guide land use and transportation decisions in the Shelbourne Valley over the next 30 years. At a public hearing on April 25, 2017 Saanich Council voted to support the Shelbourne Valley Action Plan. A new design for Shelbourne Street that includes separated cycling facilities, transit enhancements, and a safe, more enjoyable pedestrian environment. More housing opportunities along Shelbourne Street to support transit, improve housing choice and enable improvements to the public realm. A healthier environment thr…

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
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