There’s something special about going to the movies. From a comedy to a thriller, every movie allows you to escape from reality and dive deep into the story’s plotline. The perks of going to the movies is getting your mouth-watering popcorn (with extra butter of course), picking your favourite seat, and of course watching on the big screen – heading out to the theatre is something nearly everyone enjoys. If you’re wondering what’s even better than heading to the movies, it’s watching it outdoors and going to them for free! Yes, we said free.
Sugar Beach is one of the best spots in Toronto, no matter what time of year it is. Seriously, it’s no secret that we love Sugar Beach. So naturally we were thrilled when we heard that the Wine and Spirit Festival was returning again this year! Continue reading
Have you made your bucket list yet for this summer? If you’re in need of some fun activities, the Toronto Islands have plenty for you to do this summer, and the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal is just around the corner from Pier 27! It’s a quick trip, but you can still sit back, enjoy the breeze, and take some cool landscape shots of the city.
With the sun coming out, patios opening, and the return of beach days, everybody is rushing to get outdoors. One of the major perks about living in Toronto is being right beside Lake Ontario, where you can soak up the sun along the Harbourfront. This summer, you can combine your love for the sun, music, and food, all at the Waterfront Artisan Market!
The Pier 27 Tower sales centre down by Lake Ontario just got a whole lot better, because our model suite is finally up and running. Now you’ll be able to step into the space, get a feel for our high quality designs, and truly picture what life will be like living in by the lake.
We’ve got a sneak peek of the model suite here for you, but the pictures truly don’t do it justice! Be sure to pop by the sales centre when you have the time and see the space for yourself – you won’t be disappointed. Take a look: Continue reading
There’s something about sunshine and clear skies that just makes you want to head to the sea – soak in the rays and take in that fresh sea breeze. Well, the sea is nowhere near Toronto, but thankfully we do have beautiful Lake Ontario right outside our front door! Once summer arrives, the Toronto Harbourfront is bustling with activity – events, markets, city dwellers and visitors alike – you name it, there’s lots to see and do.
Here’s a highlight of some great Harbourfront events you’ll want to check out this summer! Continue reading
One of the best ways to get out and explore Toronto is by bike. If avoiding traffic and packed public transit sounds good to you (who wouldn’t want that?), then cycling is a great alternative. If you’re getting ready to dust off your bike and need a refresher, or are thinking about getting into cycling in Toronto this summer, here’s what you need to know. Continue reading
Since the 1999 creation of the revitalization task force joining federal, provincial, and municipal governments, we’ve seen a great deal of growth take place on Toronto’s waterfront. The focus over the past decade has been a combination of design excellence, innovative and sustainable development, as well as public accessibility to the waterfront. With the increase in public transit, open spaces, and beautiful developments (such as Pier 27), the organization is well on its way to reaching their goals. Next up? A project that’s designed to make use of these public spaces and showcase the city’s greatest creative talent: the Animating Our Waterfront program. Continue reading
With warm weather well on its way, the people of Toronto are frantically putting pen to paper and composing their summer bucket lists. These may include ‘taking a scenic hike’, ‘eating all the ice cream the city has to offer’, or ‘doing an epic patio crawl’. With an endless number of summer activities in Toronto, it’s easy for your list to grow to staggering lengths (this is a good thing!), but there’s one quintessential outing you simply must include – going to the beach!
Here’s a list of the beaches to visit in and around the city! Continue reading
With new developments constantly popping up in the news, it’s no wonder Toronto’s Waterfront has been unofficially dubbed ‘The One To Watch.’ One of the most exciting new projects in the area is the Under Gardiner Project – a public space set to inhabit 10 acres beneath the raised highway and include 1.75km of multi-use trail. We’re currently in the midst of a 4 month campaign – ‘Reclaim the Name’ – which began as an open call to the community to contribute ideas to name the space. The campaign is currently entering Phase Two – with more excitement expected to follow. Continue reading