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William Hutchison - Creating Toronto's New Blue Edge

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  • 1. Presentation Outline North America’s Largest Urban Revitalization Initiative: 20,000 Jobs; 110,000 Residents; Great Culture and Parks; $30 billion
  • 2. Sherbourne Park
  • 3. Parkside Quayside Bayside Dockside East Bayfront
  • 4. West Don Lands – The Future • 32 hectares (80 acre) • 23 acres of parks and public spaces • 6,000 residential housing units, • 750,000 sq ft commercial
  • 5. Lower Don Lands – Future • Clinton Climate Initiative - One of 16 zero emission C-40 Cities projects • 24,000 knowledge jobs • 28,000 homes
  • 6. Revitalization of Queens Quay
  • 7. i*Waterfront: Living Lab for Tomorrow’s Smarter City Where Jane Jacobs meets Clayton Christensen Jane Jacobs “The Death and Life of Great American Cities“ Clayton Christensen: Author of seven books including the New York Times best sellers: The Innovator’s Dilemma and the Innovator’s Solution.)
  • 8. Global Intelligent Community Leaders Taipei, Waterloo, Glasgow, Sunderland, Mitaka, Singapore, Tianjin, Seoul, Dundee, Gangnam, Västerås … and more The Winning Characteristics: • Economic Growth and Investment • New Knowledge Economy Employment • Social Prosperity • Community Collaboration • Digital Democracy • Effective Marketing • Sustainability • Advanced Communications Infrastructure
  • 9. How Do We Create Intelligent Communities? Live, Learn, Work, Play LIFE e-Health, i-Building, e-Education, e-Arts, e-Government, e-Community, e-Business APPLICATIONS Creativity Index, Open Innovation, Synergy, Clustering Facilitation, Community Animation, Social Networks COLLABORATION Communications, Roads, Rail, Trails, ECOSYSTEM™ Transit, Water, Energy, Waste Buildings, Parks, Ravines, Mountains, Waterfronts INFRASTRUCTURE PLACE i-COA®: Intelligent Community Open Architecture Model® © 2010 Hutchison Management International
  • 10. i-Waterfront: The 21st Century Intelligent Community ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC INNOVATION SOCIAL
  • 11. Innovation, the “Christensen Element” will Create Innovation Clusters, Jobs, and Community Collaboration through the “Town Square” Government Community Centre Services Click here to visit a Nurse in the Incubation Centre Community Wellness Centre i-Waterfront i-Waterfront
  • 12. i-Waterfront 2016: Intelligent Community of the Year

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