Waterfront Communites

Welcome to Waterfront Communities 

Lakeside Living with City Chic 


Toronto Waterfront Communities is bordered by Bathurst Street in the west, the Don River on the east, Queen’s Quay to the south and Front Street to the north. In the 1800s, the Waterfront Community was actually a landfill which quickly opened the way to industrial companies that dotted the shoreline. Since 1972, an upheaval of what was once industrially purposed land has continued to make way for luxury living on Toronto’s picturesque lakeshore.

The Toronto Waterfront communities is one of the largest urban redevelopment projects currently underway, with ongoing revitalization spanning approximately 2,000 acres. Mid to high rise condos continue to pop up, many hugging the shoreline offering stunning, unobstructed views of the lake. The Waterfront Communities also offer some of the city’s most inspired public spaces, cultural centers, and events. Located steps from Toronto’s Financial District and downtown urban core, this lakeside community has idyllic views from every direction. The completion of the 800-metre stretch of track along Queens Quay, from Spadina Avenue to Bathurst Street in 2000 makes it an even more convenient place to call home.

What To Love

  •  Desirable neighbourhood in the Toronto Area Housing Market, combining lakeside living with city chic
  • From the foodie to the shopaholic, and music lover to outdoor aficionado, the community is abuzz with new things to see and do.
  • If you want to live in the heart of it all, while enjoying access to some of the city’s loveliest parkland, this is the place to hang your hat.

The Convince

Waterfront Communities is ideally located with access to the Gardiner Expressway leading quickly to the Don Valley Parkway. Moments from the city’s bustling downtown core keeps you deep in the thick of things, including high end shopping and fine dining. You don’t have to worry about parking woes when you take in a game or concert, as you can walk to Toronto’s hottest event and performing arts centres including the Harbourfront Centre, Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre and Meridian Hall. Marinas in the harbour offer seasonal mooring for boating enthusiasts and let’s not forget being steps from the Toronto Ferry for a trip to the Toronto Islands and the RCYC. Regular buses linking to Union Station make it easy to hop on the subway or take the GO train to just about anywhere. However, the new 509 Harbourfront streetcar route running from Union Station to Exhibition Place has made the area even more accessible. St. Lawrence Market is within walking distance where you can find locally grown produce and indulge in new foods from across the globe. There’s also a Loblaws on Queen’s Quay for all your staples. A massive new LCBO is located just across from George Brown’s Waterfront campus, where you can stock up on top shelf spirits, wines, and craft beer. Enjoy ice skating at Natrel Rink in the winter and take in some sun at Sugar Beach in the summer or stroll the Waters’ Edge Promenade and Harbourfront Boardwalks all year round. There are also ongoing Seasonal events taking place throughout the year from music festivals to art shows and from fitness programs to food festivals. You can also catch convenient flights out of Billy Bishop Airport if you feel the itch for a getaway, or travel for business.

People and Lifestyle

The Waterfront Communities has become a haven for young professionals attracted to the high life and easy distance to work, entertainment, bars and restaurants. People of all ethnicities live together in this unique community making it a perfect place for people of all backgrounds to feel welcome and at home. Waterfront Communities is a place that is always full of life. Enjoy sailing, concerts, fresh produce and at the end of the day, watch the sunset as the views from this neighbourhood are priceless!