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Urban Ideas Awards Ceremony: Reconnecting Toronto’s Waterfront

April 6, 2014
by Canadian Architect

Attend the inaugural ULI Urban Ideas Competition Awards Ceremony on April 23, 2014, focusing on the theme of “Reconnecting Toronto’s Waterfront.”

In early 2014, members of the general public, architects, designers, planners, artists, engineers, students and members of the development community – both locally and internationally – were invited to participate in this unique competition by creating compelling visions and plans to connect the city of Toronto with its currently underutilized waterfront. Competition participants were encouraged to create ideas with practical solutions that address this longstanding land-use issue. 

The cumulative results of this call to particpate will be presented at the awards ceremony.  A jury panel of well-known senior professionals with expertise in community building and land development will adjudicate and present their cumulative insights on entries and announce winning teams. Winners will share a total prize package of $5,000. 

Join this unique ULI Urban Design Awards Ceremony ass the possibilities of the Toronto Waterfront will be explored. Be inspired, gain practical insights, and stay connected.

The evenet takes place from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at Malaparte, TIFF Bell Lightbox, located on the 6th floor of 330 King Street West in Toronto. 

Registration and networking takes place from 5:30pm to 6:00pm, followed by a discussion of entries and winning designs until 7:10pm. A reception concludes the evening until 7:30pm.

The cost to attend is $55 for full & associate members; $80 for non-members; $40 or under-35 members and government, academic & non-profit members; and $20 for students.

The last day to register is April 21, 2014.

For more information, please visit

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