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Grange Park Blooming Into a Better Green Space


Eighty new trees will be planted as part of the park revitalization project

Two hectares neighbouring the AGO and OCADU’s Sharp Centre for Design will soon be transformed into its own work of art. PFS Studio and Thinc Design are revitalizing Grange Park with lush gardens, a water feature and an off-leash dog zone. The fence separating the outdoor oasis from the Sharp Centre for Design’s urban plaza will also be removed, and Henry Moore’s “Two Large Forms” sculpture will be relocated here from Dundas and McCaul streets.

Originally published in our Guide 2016 issue as Urban Update: Home on the Grange.


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