Waterfront Toronto is a vast neighbourhood composed of popular areas such as the Distillery District, St. Lawrence, The Esplanade, Harbourfront, and King Street Theatre District to name a few. Waterfront Toronto is delivering a leading edge city-building model that seeks to completely revamping this area and placing Toronto at the forefront of global cities in the 21st century. With the introduction of many highrise condos and upcomming condo projects, this area is a bustling new settlement for young and ambitious professionals and a great investment opportunity.

The boundary for the west part of the Waterfront are Lake Ontario on the South, Yonge Street on the East, Queen Street West on the North, and Bathurst Street on the West. 

Notable Amenities in the Waterfront area are:

1. Schools: City School, Island Public/Natural Science School, Downtown Alternative School, Market Lane Junior and Senior Public School, Inglenook Community School, St Michael Annex Catholic Elementary School, Voice Intermediate Private School, George Brown College.

2. Restaurants: Enjoy local flavours as well as exquisite fine dining at the Distillary District, visit the vast array of artisans and food merchants at the St. Lawrence Market, or delight in aromatic coffee and tea at the Harbourfront.

3. Lifestyle and Recreations: The Toronto Islands are an excellant place to enjoy a leisure weekend away from cars, traffic, and a busy downtown atmosphere. It's perfect for cycling, jogging, and canoeing in the summer and cross-country skiing and skating in the winter. Enjoy family picnics and barbeques and various community events such as the dragonboat race.

For those who enjoy watching professional sports, the Rogers Center hosts many exciting games over the year. Theatrical Enthusiasts can enjoy large touring Broadways and West end productions at the Theatre District as well as many theatre festivals hosted by the City of Toronto throughout the year.

Exploring all the spectacular opportunities for the Arts and Entertainment, Sports, Dining, and Leisure this area will keep residents happily busy.

Getting to the Waterfront Neighbourhood by Public Transit:

Bus and streetcar routes running along or through this neighbourhood include: 310 and 511 along Bathurst Street - 510 along Spadina Avenue - 504 and 508 along King Street - 301 and 501 along Queen Street - 510 along Lake Shore and Queens Quay.

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