While Toronto rushes into the sky with more concrete and rebar, the same thing is happening in a number of places more horizontally structured, places where we will be able to relax and enjoy the lake and our landscape better. In this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor bowen, work progresses on Bathurst Quay Common, a new park coming by at water's edge of the Western Gap, where Toronto Harbour meets Lake Ontario. Behind in the rear middleground are the Canada Malting Company Silos that are being rejuvenated as another piece of making our waterfront more accessible... but the task at hand, or at arm's length in this photo, is to get the new park ready for Torontonians to enjoy later this year.

A concrete boom pump delivers liquid concrete to forms at the future Bathurst Quay Common, image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor bowen

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