Comment 112952

By highasageorgiapine (registered) | Posted July 21, 2015 at 09:28:55

having a beach full of permanent chairs and umbrellas is pretty boring and basically limits it's use severely. i actually think that "faking" naturalizing the piers would be a unique approach that would differentiate the hamilton waterfront from others.

toronto is an awful example to use for anyone who wants a nice waterfront. what's the point of developing beside water if it's void of any interesting life and blisteringly hot because of a heat island effect? you could just go half a kilometer away and do the same thing. hamilton has done a good job of keeping a lot of natural escapes in an urban area and for some reason these areas are targets for development despite a literal ton of highly underutilized urban land in the city.

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