Detailed Lansdowne Park site plans

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View from event square looking towards Aberdeen Square, nighttime winter

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A nightime view of a football game

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A view of the south stands from inside the stadium

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A view of the south stands from the new Bank Street entry.

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Aberdeen square.

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Aberdeen square.

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Aberdeen square.

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Aberdeen Way.

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Aerial view from Bank Street looking northeast onto the site.

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An aeriel view of the new Lansdowne Park.

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Civic garden.

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East court.

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A bird's-eye view of the "Great Lawn."

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The "Great Lawn."

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The "Great Porch."

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The heritage orchard.

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Integrated site plan.

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A bird's-eye view of the children's play area.

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Children's play area.

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An aerial view of the existing Lansdowne Park.

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An aerial view of the planned redevelopment of Lansdowne Park.

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Skating court.

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A bird's-eye view of the skating court.

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Skating court.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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The upper concourse of Frank Clair Stadium.

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Frank Clair Stadium and berm.

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Frank Clair Stadium concourse.

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Frank Clair Stadium field.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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Frank Clair Stadium.

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The main field level concourse on the south side will provide open views to the field.

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The new Bank Street entry and plaza will provide access to the stadium and to the park.

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An aerial view of the urban park.

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Plans for the urban park.

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View from Aberdeen Way looking east.

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View from Bank Street looking at Aberdeen Pavilion.

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View from corner of Bank Street and Aberdeen Way looking southeast.

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View from corner of Bank Street and Holmwood Avenue looking southeast.

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View from event square looking towards Aberdeen Square.

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View from Lansdowne Way looking west.

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View from the park looking towards Aberdeen Square.

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A bird's-eye view of the water park.

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Water plaza.

The city released detailed designs for the redeveloped Lansdowne Park in early February.

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  • Dan
    June 15, 2013 - 00:07

    I don't understand why people are so negative towards this. Landsdowne Park was nothing great to begin with, The stadium was falling apart and was surrounded by concrete. At least with a renovated stadium, stores, restaurants, theatre and parks people will actually want to go there. Its a major improvement and holds a lot of potential. Now all they need to do is somehow run an LRT line down that way (eventually) to connect with Confederation Line.

  • EJB
    February 27, 2012 - 15:08

    This could have been so much more... sigh....

  • EJB
    February 27, 2012 - 15:07

    It's a huge improvement over what's there currently, but it still lacks the "wow" factor. It's just another average residential/commercial district, and worst of all, it's completely disconnected from the world-class gem next door - the Canal. This could have been so much more.

  • DUBOIS
    February 07, 2012 - 16:33

    Beautiful

  • Cowper
    February 07, 2012 - 16:27

    So, I see they have deleted the docks/marina at the Canal in favour of more retail space? It's pretty bad when I can't read the validation easily and have to scroll through twenty options. . . .

  • Peter Quinlan
    February 07, 2012 - 16:00

    These pictures look awesome. Years from now, people will be wondering what the big fuss was all about. Let's get this project going--enough of the stall tactics from the Enemies of Lansdowne.