Could Downsview — one of the city’s last remaining blank canvases — be Toronto’s next ‘it’ neighbourhood?

Bombardier’s impending departure from Downsview has some urbanists calling for it to become a live-work-play destination.

Could Downsview — one of the city’s last remaining blank canvases — be Toronto’s next ‘it’ neighbourhood? - star



The entrance to Downsview Park, near Keele St. and Sheppard Ave. W. Toronto’s secondary plan for Downsview, the visioning document that guides the area’s land use, suggests that there could be 42,000 more residents and jobs within easy reach of the new Downsview Park station.
  (BERNARD WEIL /TORONTO STAR)

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