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Baker District redevelopment workshop
January 15 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The City of Guelph, along with Windmill Development Group and Invizij Architects Inc., is hosting a drop-in workshop to gather input from the public that will inform the sustainability vision and goals for the Baker District redevelopment project.
The redevelopment includes:
- New central library (Guelph Public Library)
- Public parking
- Urban square
Tuesday, January 15
2–4 p.m. and 7–9 p.m.
Canada Company Hall, River Run Centre
35 Woolwich Street
The content for both sessions is the same. You can drop in or leave at any point during the workshop.
Why come to the workshop?
This is your opportunity to help shape the sustainability vision and goals for all components of the Baker District. You’re also encouraged to talk with City staff and members of the Windmill team about the overall development and One Planet Living principles. You can also provide input into the new central library design and programming by talking with library staff and members of the Invizij team.
Can’t make the workshop?
Connect with us at haveyoursay.guelph.ca.
About the project
The Baker District redevelopment is a City of Guelph development project aimed at transforming the existing parking lot and properties fronting the north end of Wyndham Street into a unique mixed-use development, including a new central library.
The Downtown Secondary Plan envisions the Baker District redevelopment becoming a model of urban intensification that drives visitors to the downtown and encourages business to thrive within its boundaries by combining residential and commercial spaces.
To learn more about the Baker District redevelopment project, visit guelph.ca/bakerdistrict.