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Toronto, Ontario

A 90-acre sustainable community includes 6,000 residences and a million sq. ft. of commercial space, this site required BA Group to address safety, aesthetics, and the needs of utilities, landowners, and local business. We proposed the widening and realignment of Queens Quay to admit a dedicated streetcar route and maximized open space in an attractive network of roads, bike paths, and walkways.

ST. Catharines, Ontario

This mixed-use development in St. Catharines will include condominium units, a boutique hotel, a theatre, various shops and restaurants, and a 190-stall underground parking garage. BA Group consulted on parking demand and traffic generation characteristics for the new project.

Photo (cropped) courtesy of Isabelle Plante

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax Port Authority wished to transform its Seawall into a successful mixed-use, four-season destination with a diverse economy including a cruise-ship dock, commercial office space, and a new park. BA Group developed a comprehensive program including transportation guidelines, parking strategy, and pedestrian, bike, and transit alternatives.

Photo (cropped) courtesy of Boris Kasimov

2150 Lakeshore
Etobicoke, Ontario

West Toronto, and specifically south Etobicoke, has been the subject of much City planning initiative to revitalize and redevelop the site surrounding area including Humber Bay Shores and Mimico 20/20. Given it’s size and location, the 2150 Lakeshore Blvd West has a significant role to play in the future vision of this area, with a unique ability to influence not only the urban fabric of the Humber Bay Shores neighbourhood but the mobility patterns of the surrounding area.

The proposed Master Plan has been developed with the understanding that transportation advancement is the key to unlocking the potential to develop an integrated, active and attractive community in southwest Toronto.
*Photo courtesy of First Capital Realty