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Artist conception of retail block: North east corner, bottom left in picture, Whole Foods, LCBO. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Bottom, foreground: Whole Foods and LCBO. Middle, top ( grey building opposite the Aberdeen Pavillion) Empire Theatres, 10 screens.
Artist conception of retail block, top middle shows Empire Theatres, 10 screens. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Bottom, foreground: Whole Foods and LCBO. Middle, top ( grey building opposite the Aberdeen Pavillion) Empire Theatres, 10 screens.
South Side stands, view from north west. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com South Side stands, view from north west
Artist conception: South side stands at night. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com View form the south
Conceptualization of South Side stands concessions. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Artist conception of South Side concessions
View of skating rink from the east, looking towards the Aberdeen Pavillion. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com View from the east, winter.
Bird's eye view of the skating/curling rink. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Bird's eye view looking east towards Aberdeen Pavillin and the skating/curl\ling rink
The 'Great Lawn'. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Bird's eye view of the great lawn
Bird's eye view of Lansdowne from the south east. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com From: Reevely, David ott To: Photo ott Cc: Subject: City Received: Fri 2/3/2012 6:03 PM Bird s-eye view of Lansdowne Park, in a drawing dated June 2011. Ottawa Citizen Photo Mail
Panoramic view. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Lansdowne as viewed from the south, artist's conception
View entering from Bank Street. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com View entering from Bank Street
Video from Trinity Group visualizing Lansdowne in 2015. www.youtube.com
Water plaza and "beacon". www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
The Screen. Click picture for larger view. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
Heritage garden and orchard www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
Children's play area. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
View of north side stands and Aberdeen Pavillion. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
End zone seating on the grass berm will expand total seating capacity to 24,000. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
Bird's eye view of civic gardens. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
Bird's eye view of Aberdeen square and farmers' market www.flickr.com Bird's eye view
Ground view of Aberdeen square and farmers' market www.flickr.com Farmer's Market, Aberdeen square
East court, looking north towards relocated Horticulture building. www.flickr.com Looking north
View from Bank Street, stadium entry www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
View of residential apartments across Bank Street bridge. www.flickr.com Explore CitizenRobert's photos on Flickr. CitizenRobert has uploaded 106 photos to Flickr.
View of mixed use tower at corner of Bank and Holmwood www.flickr.com Looking southeast, tower is mixed use.
View of Aberdeen Pavillion across great lawn. www.flickr.com View from from the great lawn
Minto plans to build and office building with retail space here. www.flickr.com Looking north east along Bank Street
Civic Centre under the north-side stands to be renovated to fix leaky roof and incipient structural problems.
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