(Source: The Toronto Star)

A warning to all those who complain nothing ever happens on Toronto’s waterfront: Moshe Safdie is designing a major mixed-use complex for a site on Queens Quay, just east of Sherbourne St.

Safdie is the Montreal-trained architect whose first waterfront project, Habitat at Expo 67, made him world-famous.

There’s no guarantee this project will gain equal renown, but there’s no question it’s the best thing to have been proposed for Toronto’s long-neglected harbour lands in decades.

Read Christopher Hume’s full article “Famed architect unveils plan for Queens Quay jewel” in The Star (December 1, 2009).


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