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Gentrification In Scarborough: A Case Study Of The Markham And Ellesmere (me) Living Revitalization
Aiming to compete on a global level, local governments have become heavily invested in the development process. Encouraging gentrification through political terms such as revitalization, smart growth, and regeneration, ...
Short-term Gain And Long-term Pain: A Case Study Of The 2015 Toronto Pan American Games And The Union-pearson Express
Mega-events have been credited with being catalysts of urban regeneration and accelerating infrastructure development. Staging a mega-event not only requires significant investment in event-related facilities but also ...
Transportation-led Redevelopment And Affordability Along The Eglinton Avenue Lrt Line, Toronto.
New rapid transit lines have been demonstrated to increase access and enhance equity and social inclusivity in cities. However fixed transit infrastructure improvements have also been shown to lift property values, decrease ...