The open house on September 10th marked a transfer of property stewardship from Build Toronto to the development team consisting of MOD Developments and Woodcliffe Landmark Properties.
If you missed it, view this CTV News video to get a good sense of what was on show. Both Canadian Architect and the Globe and Mail give excellent accounts.
And the Waterworks site itself (http://waterworkstoronto.com/) is informative, especially this link.
And the next step?
Community Consultation Meeting to be held:
Date: Monday, October 24, 2016
Time: 7-8 PM
Location: Metro Hall, Room 310 (55 John Street)
Waterworks Open House
Be sure to stop by this open house from noon to 3pm on Saturday. View the renderings, ask the architects and developers questions, state your opinions. If you like a bit of fanfare, guest speakers are scheduled for 1pm.
The GDNA will be represented and members will be identifiable by their promotional buttons ... Say hello, get to know us.
Afterwards we will post whatever information/diagrams we can get our hands on. So be sure to check back on our website and spread the word.
The NW corner of the Waterworks site 1921
The NE corner of the Waterworks site 1936
The historic plaque in Saint Andrew's Playground
South wing interior 2015 ... site of the future Food Hall