From any of the eastern-facing conference rooms in the Toronto offices of the Seven Sisters law firms, you can see a patch of bare brown land tucked between two car dealerships and the trendy Distillery District near the Toronto Harbour: the future site of the Pam Am Games Athletes’ Village. The project is the linchpin of the long-delayed revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront; at $504 million, it ranks as one of Canada’s largest public-private partnerships ever. After the Games, the Village will be converted mostly into condos, with one-third of the units set aside for low-income and government-subsidized homeowners. (A separate part of the Village will become a YMCA, while another section will be sold to George Brown University for student housing.)
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