The city of Toronto is about to enter a new era as a whole, as its architects are taking their cues from nature.
This year, they’ve decided to transform the old Toronto Public Library into a landscape, or at least a mix of the two.
The city is planning to build a two-storey mixed-use building called the “Municipality Centre” on the site of the old library, in the heart of the downtown.
(The original plan called for the building to be built at the south end of Dundas Street West, on the western edge of the city.)
This will be the first time in nearly 40 years that the library will have a building of its own — a bold move by the city, as the city’s heritage designation was passed in 2006.
The library will be a hub for arts and culture, and will house exhibitions, film screenings, and events, among other things.
It will also house the Canadian Film Institute, as well as a space for people to make art, and the city has a commitment to renovate it in the next five years.
While it is unlikely that the building will be finished in time for the 2020 Olympics, the building is the first in the city to receive the heritage designation, and it’s a great opportunity for Toronto to reclaim some of its heritage.
This isn’t the first such project in Toronto: In the early 1980s, the city built a huge mixed-used building at the site where the old Public Library once stood, known as the “Queen’s Plaza”.
The building was named after the Queen Elizabeth II and the Canadian flag was flown above the site, with the words “Queen Elizabeth II’s Plaza” on one side and the words Canada’s Plaza on the other.
The building, which was named for the Queen, and named after its location in downtown Toronto, became the Toronto Reference Library, and was the last building in the area that still had a library as a part of it.
(See the list of buildings that have been renovated in Toronto.)
Today, it sits on the corner of King and York streets, near the intersection of King Street West and Yonge Street West.
It is not a museum, but a building that will provide a place for people from across the city and a place to gather for a bit of fun.
As well, the structure will feature a library in the shape of a mountain.
In addition to the city building, the plan calls for the construction of a new building to replace the one that’s been there for decades.
In its own words, the new building will feature an outdoor terrace, as opposed to the one in the old building.
It’s designed to resemble a landscape that the city of Montreal has designed.
In a statement, the City of Toronto said that the new project “will add to the cultural identity of Toronto by providing a new public space that connects visitors to the City’s unique character, its diverse neighbourhoods, and its historic heritage.”
The new structure will also include a new entrance to the library, and a new lobby, and that entrance will be called “the Queen’s Plaza.”
The City of Montreal also unveiled a new design for the existing library in 2015, and plans to create a new library building in 2019.
While Toronto may not have the same cultural connections as Montreal, the buildings and heritage are already a part the city.
In fact, the library in Montreal is actually part of the Old City Cemetery, which is also where the Old Lady of the Library once lay buried.
In the 19th century, the Library of Parliament was built on the former site of Parliament Hill, which the Canadian War Museum also calls the “Old Lady of Parliament.”
In 1891, the Toronto Public Libraries first opened, and they opened in 1891.
But the first building that was built in the Old Town neighbourhood of Toronto was built much later, in 1905.
In 1903, the first public library was opened in Canada’s capital, and in 1926, the United Nations Office for Outer Space was established.
It was the first UN space in Canada, and is one of the oldest UN headquarters in the world.
There are also many other buildings and structures that have a history in Toronto, including the City Hall, the Canadian Legion and the St. Paul’s Cathedral.
There’s also the city-owned Royal York Hotel, which became the city headquarters for the Royal Ontario Museum.