STLAi on shortlisted team for Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Design Competition

STLAi is honoured to be on one of the five design teams shortlisted for the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal and Harbour Square Park Design Competition.

The level of interest from around the world – thirty-three design teams from twelve countries submitted proposals in the pre-qualification stage – highlights the importance of this prime waterfront site.

We’re excited about the opportunity to transform this historically significant gateway to the Toronto Islands into a unique and vibrant space, celebrating the waterfront, the people, and the man, Jack Layton.

Olivia Chow describing the importance and special qualities of the Toronto Islands to Torontonians and visitors, and the current challenges of the existing ferry terminal.
Olivia Chow describing the importance and special qualities of the Toronto Islands to Torontonians and visitors, and the current challenges of the existing ferry terminal.
 Christopher Glaisek, Vice President, Planning and Design Waterfront Toronto, describing the opportunities and constraints of Harbour Square Park

Christopher Glaisek, Vice President, Planning and Design Waterfront Toronto, describing the opportunities and constraints of Harbour Square Park.
Heading back to the mainland after a trip to Ward's Island.
Heading back to the mainland after a trip to Ward’s Island.