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Toronto Reborn

Design Successes and Challenges

Ken Greenberg

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An incisive view of Toronto’s development over the last fifty years.

In Toronto Reborn, Ken Greenberg describes the emerging contours of a new Toronto. Focusing on the period from 1970 to the present, Greenberg looks at how the work and decisions of citizens, NGOs, businesses, and governments have combined to refashion Toronto. Individually and collectively, their actions — renovating buildings and neighbourhoods, building startling new structures and urban spaces, revitalizing old cultural institutions and creating new ones, sponsoring new festivals and events — have transformed the old postwar city, changing it into an exciting modern one.

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transit, active, Wellington Place, architecture, Bentway, urban, waterfront, walking, Trails, neighbourhoods, social space, Lower Don, urban design, housing, city life, parks, public life, planning, streets, Toronto, Regent Park, wedge politics, animation, landscape, paradigm shift, city, transformation diversity, cycling