Waterfront Communities East is an exciting mix of early 20th century cottage homes and thousands of newly built condominiums. This neighbourhood is broadly defined by Front Street, south to the Lake, West to Yonge St and the Don Valley Parkway (DVP) to the East.
Residents are able to enjoy a leisurely stroll or quiet moments along the Waters Edge Promenade and Boardwalk. Sherbourne Common Park has an outdoor skating rink and a childrens playground. Canada's Sugar Beach located adjacent to the Redpath Sugar Factory is a great place to relax and enjoy views of the lake. The park’s brightly coloured pink beach umbrellas and iconic candy-striped rock outcroppings welcome visitors to this new waterfront neighbourhood.
Toronto's historic Distillery District is just a short stroll to the north, and features wonderful restaurants and art galleries. Harbourfront Centre hosts a plethora of year-round events and is located just a few minutes west of East Bayfront.
Parkland and public spaces comprise a quarter of this 55 acre community. Bayside's main waterfront arterial roadway, Queens Quay, will be pedestrian, transit and cyclist-friendly.
The Bay 6 bus runs from Union Station to Bay Street to Queen's Quay East to Dockside Drive in the middle of East Bayfront where Sherbourne Common and George Brown College are located. There is also the Sherbourne 75 bus which runs north and south with a connection to the Bloor-Danforth subway line.