Toronto is made up of different neighbourhoods, each great in their own right. Often it doesn’t take much guessing to figure out why! Take the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood for example. It’s great because of, well, the St. Lawrence Market! Trinity Bellwoods’ piece de resistance is obviously Trinity Bellwoods Park itself! What makes Toronto’s waterfront so special? The waterfront, of course! There are so many great aspects of living on the waterfront year round that make it an amazing place to be. Here are 5 reasons to love living on the water! Continue reading
Long have we recognized the beautiful imagery – the bright colours, the intricate sugar skulls – that go along with Dia de los Muertos, and wondered more. Have no fear, because this year, Harbourfront Centre will be marking the occasion with a 2 day celebration. From November 5th – 6th join in this free event, a festival honouring, celebrating, and remembering those who have left the world of the living. The festival will celebrate in both traditional and contemporary ways, through live music, art installations, family activities and more. Here are some of the ways Harbourfront Centre will be celebrating this joyous occasion. Continue reading
The waterfront is made up of incredible landscapes, and most significantly, amazing public spaces. Stretching east to west, the development of diverse outdoor spaces for the public to visit has been a focus of Waterfront Toronto. One such example is the Corktown Common, a popular area with parks, trails, and a splash pad. While these outdoor features are what make the Corktown Common so great, the flood protection landform is the most essential feature of the area. Not sure what a flood protection landform is? Let us explain. Continue reading
Being along the waterfront in Toronto is Instagram gold. With those beautiful waters, the Toronto Islands just a ferry ride away, and numerous public spaces along it, there are so many things to snap a great photo of. And then there’s us, also located right along the waterfront. With our unique architecture and angles, we’ve seen some great photos popping up of us and our area on Instagram.
We’ve gathered up some of our favourites of those photos to show them off. Scroll down to see some of the best shots of the Pier 27 area!
School’s been in session for a month, leaves are on the sidewalk, and the breeze has cooled substantially – we can officially say it’s fall. There’s something about these autumn months that make you wish you were back in school, even if you’ve been out for years. Not unlike the start of a new year, those feelings of wanting to try new things and better yourself are strong when this new season begins. The good news is, no matter your age, there’s always new things to learn, try, and experience in the city. In fact, the Harbourfront Centre offers a year-round program of Craft & Design courses if you’re looking to explore your creativity. Continue reading
Summer may technically end this week, but that’s no reason to get upset. Autumn in the city is one of the most beautiful times of the year. The humidity and scorching summer temperatures go down and the weather could not be more mild and enjoyable. It’s a great time to get outdoors and explore the city. With the weather being so pleasant, a great place to start are the greens spaces and parks in your very own neighbourhood. There are lots to choose from! Continue reading
If you’re a bookworm, then you know, there’s no better feeling than curling up with a good book. Whether it’s a classic, a favourite that you keep picking up, or a new novel that’s set the literary world abuzz, reading brings about a specific type of bliss. While enjoying a good is often a solitary activity, when you instead open yourself up to the literary community the celebration of the written word reaches new heights. Toronto is lucky enough to have a one day spectacular event that does just this – The Word on the Street Festival. Continue reading
As we zoom through the latter half of August, the urge to fit as much summer into a short amount of time becomes all the more pressing. We look over our bucket lists at the remaining activities and make every effort to pencil them in the coming weeks. The good news is that once August ends, the weather will still be gorgeous (if not more so), and the summer activities will still be available to you! One such ‘must-do’ activity that continues into September is visiting the Toronto Music Garden. Continue reading
The Toronto Waterfront covers quite a bit of space on a Google map. Technically it’s a 46 km area running between Etobicoke Creek in the west and the Rouge River in the east. For our purposes, we’re confining the Waterfront to the area near Pier 27, and most accessible by transit and biking – we’re talking Spadina in the west and Yonge Street in the east. As you can imagine, there are endless things to do along the Waterfront – do, see, eat and enjoy. The area is bustling with Torontonians and visitors alike, as well as the spot of a major revitalization. Here’s our guide to how to have your own perfect day on the Toronto Waterfront. Continue reading
When you’re walking past an amazing building downtown, and see a light on in one of the units, don’t you sometimes wish you could see inside? We get it. The allure of a beautiful space is powerful! That’s why we completely understand that you must be bursting with excitement to see inside one of our incredible units still available in Pier 27. You’re in luck – because we’re just as excited to show you! Step inside and take a tour of Unit 1209. Continue reading