A variety of public spaces are possible for Stadium Neighbourhood and illustrated in the Scenarios in different ways.

Types of open spaces under consideration include…

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A. Central plaza

A central plaza is considered an important element next to the stadium so that pre and post-game events can be held. It is intended to be part of the everyday life of the neighbourhood.


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B. Active streetscape

A streetscape with restaurants and engaging shops becomes a part of the public space and contributes to a sense of safety at all times of the day and night.


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C. Green open space

Landscaped open space with some lawn for sunning and informal play is part of the intended open space mix both for the neighbourhood and within residential courtyards.


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D. Natural parkland

Areas of forest and naturalized wetlands and meadows are part of the scenarios.


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E. Children’s play

Children’s play is an important part of a family-friendly community.


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F. Green roofs

Opportunities for accessible and usable green space on roofs and in courtyards are also under consideration to add more open space opportunities and contribute to stormwater management.


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G. Community Gardens

Shared gardens, both as part of public space and on building roof decks, will be explored.