East Bayfront is Becoming One of Toronto’s Best Neighbourhoods to Live in

By: Reza Afshar

East Bayfront is Becoming One of Toronto’s Best Neighbourhoods to Live in

Tags: East Bayfront Toronto, Toronto Waterfront Project, Toronto real estate, waterfront condos for sale

An up and coming community is finally transforming the east end of Toronto’s waterfront. With a long history of working factories and the sugar mill, the 55-acre seaside master-planned neighbourhood is a welcome change to this previously underdeveloped and abandoned parcel of land. Known as East Bayfront, located along Queens Quay east of Yonge Street, Torontos east side includes everything from new residential and commercial complexes to award-winning urban parks and public spaces.
 
The neighbourhood expects to have 6,000 additional residential units, 3 million square feet of commercial space that includes businesses, stores, public spaces and a number of contemporary condominium buildings with beautiful lake views. The region is connected to downtown Toronto by a waterfront promenade that provides a sunny path popular for rollerbladers, dog walkers, and joggers.
 
This centrally located neighbourhood is ideal for living, working, and playing.
 
Condos Designed to Enhance Views of the Toronto Lake and Cityscape.
Aqualina is a 13-acre mixed-use development. This 13-storey built by Tridel contains 363 condominium suites ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom residences designed with families in mind. Many amenities come with this beautifully designed condominium, such as a bar, Concierge service, Fitness Center, Yoga Studio, Spin Bike Studio, Games Room, Aqua Lounge, Indoor Lounge, Movie Theatre, Sun Deck, Party Room, Infinity Swimming Pool, Sauna, Whirlpool, and Spa.
 
The Monde development, built by great Gulf Homes located north of Queens Quay and east of Sherbourne Common, is East Bayfront's first private development. Monde is a mixed-use development with views of Lake Ontario that includes 553 energy-efficient residences, large terraces and balconies, gardens, an 850-square-metre green roof and ground-floor retail space. In addition, the property will be connected to Canada's first open-access, ultra-high-speed internet network.
 
Menkes and Daniels have also built or in the process of completing both residential and commercial towers and Pinnacle developers have ambitious plans for One Yonge World at Yonge St and Lake Shore that will be made up of 3 buildings 65, 80 and 95 stories tall. There are many great choices to choose from in this up and coming neighbourhood that is becoming a Toronto waterfront favourite. While blending the waters of Lake Ontario with an urban parkscape, these Toronto condominiums design promotes sustainable and community living.
 
Leisure, Recreation, and Lifestyle.
A quarter of the 55-acre neighbourhood is dedicated to parkland and public areas. Along the Waters Edge Promenade and Boardwalk, residents can take a leisurely stroll or enjoy some peaceful time. Canada's Sugar Beach with brightly coloured pink beach umbrellas is a nice area to unwind, with close views of the lake.
 
The Harbourfront Centre, just a few minutes west of East Bayfront, hosts a variety of year-round events, and with a short walk to the north lies Toronto's historic Distillery District, which is home to fantastic restaurants and art galleries. When living so close to the heart of the city, travelling to a Torontos sport event or theatre facility, along with everything else Toronto has to offer has never been so effortless.
 


Getting Around Here is Simple, Thanks to a Multitude of Public Transportation Alternatives.
This neighbourhood is bordered by the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway on-ramps for cars. Bus service runs along Sherbourne and Parliament, connecting you to line 2 of the subway, while the Queen Quay streetcar, which was recently enlarged, takes you right into Union Station.
 
Many Employment Opportunities
This community is a large art and culture-focused development with office space for arts groups and teaching facilities for both OCAD University and George Brown College. To attract new employers and corporate investors, there will be 3 million square feet of commercial space alongside, resulting in the creation of 8000 new employment opportunities.
 
Young professionals and executives who work in the city centre and enjoy the concept of returning home to a bustling waterfront culture will appreciate this location. It's a vibrant community built for living, working, and lots of fun. Contact me for condo units for sale in Toronto's east Waterfront community.
 
If you are looking for assistance to find the perfect Toronto Neighbourhood or condo to live in Contact Reza Afshar today to make your search stress free!