Waterfront Toronto is a vast neighbourhood composed of popular areas such as the Distillery District, St. Lawrence, The Esplanade, Harbourfront, King Street Theatre District, and more. Waterfront (C1) is bounded by Lake Ontario on the South, Yonge Street on the East, Queen Street West on the North, and Bathurst Street on the West.

With the introduction of many high rise condos and upcoming condo projects, this area is a bustling new settlement for young and ambitious professionals and a great investment opportunity.

Ease of access to the downtown core and close proximity to public transit routes as well as the Gardiner Expressway and Billy Bishop Airport, add to the appeal of residing in this area, not to mention the benefits of experiencing both urban and waterfront living. According to WalkScore, this is the 11th most walkable neighbourhood in the city. Purchasing real estate within the Waterfront Communities will situate you in a neighbourhood where all of the top amenities are just steps from your door including all of the best shops, restaurants, entertainment and more that the bustling downtown core offers. Attractions in the area include the CN Tower, Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Island Park and beaches on the park, while sports fans can take in Raptors and Leafs games at the Air Canada Centre and Blue Jays games at the Rogers Centre. 

Transit serving the area includes the subway (Union and St. Andrew stations), streetcars along Queen’s Quay, King, Queen, Bathurst and Spadina, and ferries carrying passengers to and from the island.

The ongoing revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront, is another huge draw for this neighbourhood. The revitalized Queens Quay is highlighted by a new bike lane that stretches from Stadium Rd. all the way to Sugar Beach, which makes for a far safer (and prettier) ride across the stretch of waterfront. The promenade on the south side of the streets has been beautified and certainly encourages visits to the lake. Additionally, Waterfront Toronto is currently working to transform the most heavily used part of the central waterfront area by giving it a bold new look and unified design, allowing it to live up to its remarkable potential.

There are numerous exciting condo projects in development or nearing completion on the city's waterfront. Here's a look at some of the most exciting upcoming projects.