IN THE MEDIA: Planning students dream of a district of trees, cafés near rail line

Monday, April 9, 2012

Logo reading KITCHENER — Abandoned homes and old factories can be replaced with an NHL arena, a hotel, supermarket, pedestrian promenade, stores, cafés, restaurants, various types of housing, an arts district, community gardens and a waterside park.

Urban-design students at the University of Waterloo have lots of ideas on how to transform the neighbourhoods around the light-rail transit stations on Charles Street and Borden Avenue, and Charles and Ottawa streets. Full story in the Waterloo Region Record

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