Evergreen’s 5 city building trends to watch for in 2018
The future looks bright for Canadian cities. Evergreen CEO Geoff Cape talks us through the top things to watch next year.
Evergreen CEO Geoff Cape on shaping Canadian cities for the future
When social innovation is done right Canada can lead the way in advancing low-carbon cities of the future.
Who’s doing it best: Building rental housing in Toronto and Vancouver
Comparing Toronto’s Open Door program and Vancouver’s Rental 100 program.
What's On at Evergreen Brick Works
Enjoy nature in your city at the new Sunday Market or shop your local favourites at the Saturday Farmers Market.
Moving the needle on laneway suites
We look at what has changed in the push for laneway housing in Toronto in this case study.
Kiln Building Redevelopment
Evergreen has set a carbon neutral target for Evergreen Brick Works starting with the redevelopment of the historic kiln building.
Lessons from the Children’s Garden: Three things we learned this fall
The Children's Garden at Evergreen Brick Works is a testing ground for innovations in school ground design and play. Take these lessons and advance your own play at home or school!
The Don River Valley Park
The Don River Valley Park is the centrepiece of Toronto’s rapidly growing downtown: a 200-hectare park spanning Pottery Road to Corktown Common.
Revitalizing buildings for the communities in Ontario’s mid-sized cities
Our new report looks at examples of adaptive reuse in four Ontario cities: Hamilton, Kitchener, Brantford and Peterborough.
Discover the innovations making real change in the Greater Golden Horseshoe, one of the fastest growing regions of North America.