Living in the city can be great, but we could all do with a little more green in the world.\nMultiple Toronto park projects are transforming the 6ix into a more modern urban hub.\nOver the next few years, you can expect to see the city become a beautiful green wonderland.\nEditor's Choice: A Toronto Brewery Now Pays 'Liveable Wage' & It's Way More Than $14.25/Hr\nLeslie Slip Lookout Park\nCreateTO and @cityoftoronto are pleased to announce that Claude Cormier + Associés has been awarded the contract to design and construct Leslie Slip Lookout Park, an exciting City-building initiative located in Toronto’s #PortLands. https://t.co/TmVKtXHCzi pic.twitter.com/VbvHUGds7l— CreateTO (@_CreateTO) January 27, 2021\nThis waterfront park will include its own beach alongside forested dunes, creating a "new multi-use destination" in the city's east end.\nIt's expected to be used for concerts, pop-up events and more.\nConstruction on this space is expected to begin by March, but it could be a few more years until it's opened to the public.\nYongeTOmorrow\nCity Council just approved #YongeTOmorrow 21-5!🎉Thank you to the residents, biz owners, thought leaders, cultural mavens who spoke in support of this big urban transformation.Yonge St is a project 10 years in the making andtoday's historic vote solidifies its bright future! pic.twitter.com/q7L9CYMlUf— Kristyn Wong-Tam (@kristynwongtam) February 3, 2021\nThe project on Yonge Street promises to upgrade the space with wider sidewalks, trees, patios, public art, benches and car-free streets.\nDundas Square will eventually be transformed into its own mini Times Square, with a pedestrian-only zone.\nThe project will cost around $70.5 million and won't be finished until 2025.\nVilliers Island\nImagine walking home from work along a canal, stopping for a coffee on an outdoor patio and looking out to see ducks happily swimming in the water. Yes, you’re still in Toronto. Find out what else we’ve planned for Villiers Island: https://t.co/H3nh3gXYtd pic.twitter.com/hTKEMY0kjv— Waterfront Toronto (@WaterfrontTO) July 29, 2020\nVilliers Island, which will be located in Toronto's east end, will be a brand new island that will be filled with tons of parks, restaurants and houses.\nThe $1.25 billion project could be completed by 2024 (though there is no set date yet) and will be its own tiny little neighbourhood.\nVertical Forest\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by @travelpaedia\nInspired by the Bosco Verticale-residential towers in Milan, this exciting project is being developed by local architecture firm Brisbin Brook Beynon.\nThe building will be completely covered in trees and will become a "vertical forest." The project is expected to be completed by 2023.\nRail Deck Park\n#CityofTO working to advance implementation of #RailDeckPark. News Release: https://t.co/3BYTcPIsZw pic.twitter.com/t7ZU2ZIhJt— City of Toronto (@cityoftoronto) January 16, 2020\nThis project will bring a huge park to downtown Toronto.\nThe green space will take over the rail corridor between Bathurst Street and Blue Jays Way.\nYork Street Park\nWe're heart-eyed for the design of Love Park - coming to our waterfront at York Street and Queens Quay in 2022! Check out the presentation boards from our public meeting last month to see the design of this upcoming urban oasis. https://t.co/Tv4HhINtds #WT20Years pic.twitter.com/vsU4PpyxW7— Waterfront Toronto (@WaterfrontTO) February 14, 2020\nThis Toronto Park is expected to even include a heart shaped lake. \nIt will take up the space that previously was encircled by the former Gardiner Expressway off-ramp and is expected to be completed by the summer of 2021.