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The Crosstown: EGLINTONconnects

ERA, alongside Brook McIlroy, planningAlliance, City of Toronto, and others, received the 2015 Canadian Institute of Planners…

The Distillery District

The Gooderham and Worts Historic District is a National Historic Site and former home to the largest…

Evergreen Brick Works

Founded in 1889, the Don Valley Brick Works extracted local clay, shale, and sand to become the…

Culture of Outports

Culture of Outports This initiative by ERA Architects and the Centre for Urban Growth and Renewal (CUG+R),…

East Scarborough Storefront

This collaborative project empowered local Scarborough residents to transform previously under-utilized land into a dynamic campus of…

Mouth of the Creek Park

Today, lake-fill has shifted the waterfront southward, and Garrison Creek has been buried, but in the late…

Ridgeway Community Courts

Catalyzed by a talented group of local youth, the Ridgeway Community Courts transformed an under-utilized parking lot…

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Ridgeway Community Courts

Catalyzed by a talented group of local youth, the Ridgeway Community Courts transformed an under-utilized parking lot…

Flag Field

Flag Field is a public work by artist Josh Thorpe, located at Maple Claire Park in Toronto.…

Hoarding Suggestions

In April 2013, the Gladstone Hotel held the first annual Grow Op: Exploring landscape and place, an…

Selma Göteberg

ERA and Arup collaborated to join a number of European firms in a parallel commission to reimagine…

Laval School of Architecture

Contemporary architects can address history in one of two ways, either by exclusion or inclusion. Exclusion would…

Victoria Memorial Square

Victoria Memorial Square is the City of Toronto’s first European cemetery. It was created in 1793/94 by…

Defining the Public Realm Plan

“Defining the Public Realm” was created in 2003 for the Culture Division, Economic Development, Culture and Tourism…