A new 198m2 park is coming to 114 Church St. as a result of a new condominium development project. The park will be located near the northeast corner of Church Street and Richmond Street and will feature public art, seating and a water fountain.

  • May 2021: Hire a design team
  • May to September 2021: Design development
  • September 2021 to Summer 2022: Detailed design
  • Spring 2026: Hire a construction team
  • Summer 2026: Construction starts
  • Winter 2027: Construction complete, park opens

The timeline is subject to change.

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Summer 2022

Park Design Completed

The park design is completed and includes the following features:

  • A large art piece (“Glacial Erratic’s”)
  • Benches and café style tables/chairs
  • Low bollard lighting along the main park pathway
  • A tall light post at the back of the park
  • Planting beds lining the west and south edges of the park
  • Tree plantings at the southwest corner of the park

Spring 2021

Public Art Competition

A competition was held by the developer to select a concept for the park’s public artwork. “Migrating Erratics” by Architecturama was the selected proposal from a shortlist of four artists.

The installation references glacial erratics (large boulders associated with glacial action) and is made up of large stone pieces suspended on posts or placed on the ground. The installation will be integrated with the design of the new park, which is currently underway.

Image shows the artists' drawing of the public artwork "Glacial Erratics”. The image shows the artwork as three large boulders. The boulder in the foreground is suspended above the ground on seven white posts. There is a boulder in the middle ground that sits on the ground. And finally a boulder in the background is also suspended above the ground on white posts. Two figures walk among the artwork. One male figure walks along a path to the left of the art work, while a woman walks a dog in front of the suspended boulder in the foreground.
Artistic concept rendering of “Glacial Erratics”.

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