Toronto’s Harbourfront neighbourhood is a picturesque lakeside community that attracts endless activities and year-round tourism.
The winding edge of Toronto’s waterfront is packed with cultural activities and home to a 10-acre Harbourfront Centre that houses markets, studios, and the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. The Water’s Edge Promenade and boardwalk is a kilometre long stretch of beautifully landscape architecture pair with parks, gardens and the well-known Sugar Beach.
As a popular tourist destination, the neighbourhood is a playground filled with multiculturalism for residents and visitors alike.
There are no residential houses in this area but the streets are lined with multilevel condominiums and apartment complexes.
Noteworthy Landmarks include: Toronto Music Garden, Sugar Beach, Water’s Edge Promenade, Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, Harbour Square, The Harbourfront Community Centre