"The Celluloid Waterfront"
"The waterfront becomes symbolic of our human limitations and of our potential. It functions as both a physical and a psychological frontier. By representing what is deep and knowable, it suggests both our hopes and our fears for the future. It is a shimmering mirror which reflects the sunlight of the day and the city lights of the night, breaking them up into millions of sparkling rays, abstracting and making poetic our work-a-day world."
With this report, Toronto begins making waves to build its new waterfront. The
Central Waterfront Part II Plan spells out key public priorities, opportunities and an
implementation process to ensure results. The Plan focuses on core principles and
big public moves, leaving area-specific details to precinct development strategies
that will be completed later.