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The role of Government in revitalizing Toronto's Waterfront with: David Miller, Mayor of Toronto
Hopefully, with some ingenuity and planning, New Jersey can completely transform itself in the upcoming decades, maximizing public access to waterfronts, building stronger communities and keeping our beaches beautiful.
Participants are also discussing new development formulae and strategies,identifying new development opportunities around the world and meeting specialist firms with waterfront development experience.
The Liverpool waterfront is known all round the world, but the Mersey Waterfront campaign, which is part of regeneration agency the Mersey Partnership, is highlighting the attractions along 120km of coastline from Southport to Deeside.
The village is a waterfront complex of 57 shops and 17 eateries, all aimed unapologetically at visitors (you'll be hard-pressed to find a San Diegan in the crowd).
The designers of a waterfront apartment building in Manhattan-The Regatta-capitalized on the desirability of river views by zigzagging the building so that the percentage of apartments with a view was greatly increased.
The Port extended the offer in hopes of retaining the restaurant as a long-term Port tenant within the Port's "From Bridge to Breakwater" waterfront development.
As the demand for waterfront living reaches its peak, there is enormous opportunity to create an amazing renaissance.
Pataki's vision of reclaiming and renewing parkland along the Brooklyn Waterfront," Gargano said.
8 million in Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) grants for 19 local waterfront revitalization projects that will expand recreational access and public amenities in Long Island communities, and protect and improve water quality in Long Island Sound and other local water bodies.
2 million in Environmental Protection Fund grants for 11 local waterfront revitalization projects to expand recreational areas, protect natural resources, and redevelop former commercial properties in New York City.
The New York Building Congress recently hosted more than 100 design, construction and real estate industry representatives on a tugboat tour of the East River waterfront.