The Government of Canada committed to develop ten acres of waterfront extending from York Street in the east to Bathurst Street in the west. Harbourfront Centre is now filled with parks, gardens, performing arts venues, shops and galleries plus incredible views of downtown and Lake Ontario. An example of the transformation is The Power Plant. In 1987, this former heating and refrigeration building for the Toronto Terminal Warehouse reopened as a contemporary art museum. Rotating exhibits include Canadian and international artists. Admission to The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is free.