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Promenade Shopping Centre
Thornhill, Ontario

Promenade Shopping Centre is currently transitioning into a mixed-use urban node, surrounded by emerging urbanization of neighbourhoods with progressive plans for integrating public transit service, including the nearby Viva Rapidway. 

The long-term master plan contemplates intensifying the overall Shopping Centre lands with new towers for residential, office, hotel, and renovated retail shopping centre space where existing surface parking lots currently exist.
*Photo courtesy of WZMH Architects

Shoppers World
Brampton, Ontario

BA Group is providing urban transportation consulting services in relation to an Official Plan Amendment, Plan of Subdivision and Zoning By-law Amendment application being made to the City of Brampton for the transformation of Shoppers World Brampton into a new, mixed-use community organized around a new walkable, cycle and transit-oriented transportation and open space network consisting of new public and private streets, parks and open spaces.

The master plan will deliver a total of 29 buildings within 9 development blocks combining a diverse network of open spaces, envisioned to support the master plan objectives including sustainability, recreation, programming, hydrology, and resilience. 
*Photo courtesy of Quadrangle Architects

Dufferin Grove Village
Toronto, Ontario

Dufferin Mall is currently undergoing a major revision from a traditional shopping centre into an impressive mixed-use transit oriented development with planned improvements to the pedestrian realm, a new featured park, new retail and residential uses with purpose-built rental housing.

The Master Plan consists of four towers separated into two blocks; is centered on transit-oriented development principles and the integration of a true multi-use development.  Its location will be leveraged in the larger effort to foster a lively public realm that will enhance Dufferin Mall’s status as a destination.
*Photo courtesy of Quadrangle Architects & Urban Strategies