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Grand Harbour on Lake Shore Boulevard West
Toronto

Newly developed waterfront trail at the exterior of the Grand Harbour condos and townhomes at 2289 Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto.   Just portion of hundreds with the ultimate goal to develop a single seamless recreation trail stretching from Scarborough to Hamilton.

What primarily is in the way of accomplishing this goal?   Current land-owners preventing the municipalities of buying the portion of land to connect the trail.

Copyright: Digitalproperties.ca - bryan groulx
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16812x8406
Chargée: 12/07/2013
Mis à jour: 03/07/2014
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Tags: condo; toronto; waterfront
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