This physical development and land use opportunities study was conducted for the Halifax Regional Municipality as part of a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and High Capacity Transit (HCT) Opportunities Analysis. In combination with other components of the TOD and HCT Opportunities Analysis, our study provided recommendations to assist in establishing strategies to be considered by the HRM in its creation of regional planning alternatives.
Central to our work was the documentation of the existing physical structure of the Halifax City Region, identifying planning and urban design issues at the city and neighbourhood scale that influence access to transit service. The prioritization of transit corridors and nodes for potential development intensification was an important aspect of this work, integrating existing transportation initiatives, brownfield redevelopment opportunities and land use patterns.
Transit Oriented Development Guidelines were also drafted that address the design of street networks, the location and mix of uses, development densities, the role of parking, the design of the public realm and integration with other modes of movement.
Canada Square is a 3.7 hectare (9.1 acre) site located at the intersection of Yonge Street and Eglinton Avenue.
Charleston Downtown Plan
Significant growth in tourism and institutional expansion, while positive economic signs, were threatening the quality of life in downtown Charleston.
RioCan Colossus Master Plan2020 - Present
Loch-Sloy Business Park and Picton Airport Lands Revitalization2021 - present
Weston Park2021 - present
CF Sherway Gardens Mall Intensification
Creating a new community around a regionally-significant shopping mall
50-64 Merton Street
High-quality mixed-use development to contribute to a complete community in the Davisville Neihbourhood
101 Spadina Avenue
An exciting new mixed-use development that will deliver additional public parkland, retail and high-density residential units in the King-Spadina neighbourhood.