The Port Land, also known as Portlands, is an industrial and recreational neighbourhood to the southeast of downtown Toronto. It was previously a marshland and delta of the Don River, which was gradually filled in to make more land for industry and shipping. 

The Port Lands neighbourhood is bounded by Lake Ontario on the Southern side, Leslie Street on the northeast side, and the Gardiner Expressway on the northwest side. 

Notable Amenities at Port Lands:

1. School and Eduational Facility: There are no schools within this neighbourhood, however, there are many within the immediate vacinity, including: Bruce Junior Public School, Morse Street Junior Public School, Inglenook Community School, Market Lane Junior Senior Public School, St. Joseph Catholic Elementary, St. Paul Catholic Elementary, St. Michael Annex Catholic Elementary, Voice Intermediate School.

2. Food and Restaurants: Ed’s Real ScoopSt. Lawrence MarketRuby Watchco (Canadian), Fahrenheit CoffeeMystic MuffinKozlik’s Canadian Mustard (Specialty Food), Ontario Spring Water Sake Company (Distilleries), Schnitzel Queen

Getting to Port Lands by Public Transit:

172 on Cherry Street - 72 and 172 on Carlaw Avenue - 83 on Commissioners Street