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Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

Ryerson students win $2,000 for O’Keefe Lane design

  Adam Harrison, Arash Oturkar and Michael Uttley step onto the curb of O’Keefe Lane as a delivery truck squeezes between them and a row of filled dumpsters. The driver shakes his head as if he’s annoyed to see people travelling through the narrow laneway by foot. “A lot of people right now think (that O’Keefe Lane) is just a […]

The O’Keefe Lane Revitalization project is an initiative to transform the campus walkway into a more inviting space. (Olivia McLeod/Ryersonian Staff)

Students to transform O’Keefe Lane

O’Keefe Lane is tainted with tagged walls and overflowing dumpsters, but that will soon change. On Monday, Ryerson announced the winners of the Reimagining O’Keefe Lane design competition. The contest was put forward as part of the O’Keefe Lane Revitalization project, an initiative to transform the campus walkway into a more inviting space. Fourth-year urban planning students Paolo Brindley-Pantalone, Adam […]

(Left to right) Sarah De Vries and Stephanie Steriotis in the newly painted part of O’Keefe Lane (Courtesy 3B Photography)

O’Keefe Lane gets a much needed makeover

Group of students want to improve the school’s O’Keefe Lane — the sketchy service alley just off Gerrard Street that’s currently lined with dilapidated fire escapes and dumpsters.

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