Toronto’s Disappearing Main Streets: Buildings and Businesses
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Toronto Central Grosvenor St. YMCA Centre
20 Grosvenor Street
Join ACO Toronto for their 2019 Heritage Symposium, Toronto’s Disappearing Main Streets: Buildings and Businesses. This one-day symposium will engage and expand on the theme while also developing tangible solutions. Featuring speakers from a range of perspectives including: architects, municipal officials, developers, heritage consultants, landscape architects, urban planners and more, the symposium will also include visual and historical account of this shifting landscape. The topics explored will range from taxation and development; form and transportation; to zoning and changing retail. The symposium will provide an excellent opportunity to discuss the city’s changing landscape from multiple vantage points.
With presentations from:
- Robert Allsopp
- Tamara Anson- Cartwright
- Alex Bozikovic
- John Kiru
- Ellen Kowalchuk
- John Lorinc
- Catherine Nasmith
- Claire Nelischer
- Daniel Rotsztain and Brendan Stewart
- Julian Smith
- Alex Speigel
- Kim Storey
- Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam
- Photos by Vik Pahwa
- Screening: The World in Ten Blocks
Tickets are $15. Includes lunch.
This lecture is eligible for OAA Structured Con.Ed. learning credits.
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