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What’s not to like about Toronto’s waterfront? There’s a reason there are so many condo developments down here! Besides quick access to the downtown for work or entertainment, there is Harbourfront – featuring innovative beachy-y HTO park, Queen’s Quay Terminal art gallery/live theatre/dining and shopping venues, an ice skating rink (canoe paddling in summer), sailing, weekly cultural festivals, a bike path running to either end of the city, and ferry access to Toronto Islands. A Longo’s on York and Loblaws at Jarvis St provides full service grocery shopping. If that’s not enough, Queen’s Quay is undergoing a major facelift that will transform it into Toronto’s Champs Elysee, complete with leafy boardwalk. North of Queen’s Quay sits Rogers Centre for sports and concerts, while the Cityplace condo-based neighbourhood is starting to come into its own, with its own shops and the cool Canoe Landing Park graced by Douglas Coupland’s eye-catching Red Canoe art installation. The waterfront is serviced by LRT along Queen’s Quay (under reconstruction during 2014) or a quick walk to the Union subway and GO transit station. Residents also enjoy quick access to the Gardiner expressway and the Island airport if they want to get out of town quickly. Why not live at everyone else’s destination?

In the east end, rejuvenation of West Donlands has begun with the new award-winning Corktown Common and Sherbourne Common recreation areas, which welcome families to their park, splash pad and skating rink near the mouth of the Don River. The area is currently a mix of commercial and industrial with a little residential mixed use housing around the St Lawrence area. The site is being transformed from former industrial lands into a sustainable, mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly, riverside community. Sugar Beach, a new George Brown College campus and Corus Quay commercial development already lead the way. In addition, once Toronto has finished hosting the Pan Am games in 2015, the 6000+ newly created housing stock will become available. Close to hip Leslieville, hidden gem Cherry Beach, the artistic Distillery District, and waterfront cycling trails, this is a great up-and-coming neighbourhood.
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