Toronto Waterfront Condos
Situated on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto Waterfront is a major tourist attraction, as well as a cultural and residential real-estate project within the center of downtown Toronto, Canada. It runs west from Yonge Street to Bathurst Street and along Queen’s Quay. The Waterfront began as a main storage area for coal and oil, also waste disposal and incineration, but has since been transformed into a main pull for visitors. One of the many major cultural facilities located in this area is the Harbourfront Center. Positioned at 235 Queen’s Quay West, it was founded in 1972 the federal government as a crown corporation to create a waterfront park. It commenced as a nonprofit organization in the year 1991. There are many events and facilities present year round including: Harbourfront Reading Series, Learning for Living (continuing education program), The Natrel Rink (an outdoor skating rink) Toronto Music Garden and plenty more. Queen’s Quay Terminal is another main facility on the waterfront, located alongside The Harbourfront Center. It was once a warehouse metamorphosed into a multi-purpose building consisting of a few high fashion stores and restaurants to include Captain John’s Floating Restaurant. Harbourfront is also the spot where Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal is located, which offers transportation to the Islands and also the Harbourfront Center.