Toronto’s harbour has been used since the founding of Toronto for shipping and industrial purposes. All of the industrial lands along the Queens Quay have been formed with high-rise condominium towers. Harbourfront hosts an extensive program of arts and cultural events throughout each summer, including craft and artisan fairs, theatre and dance performances and musical concerts. A series of free concerts is staged at Harbourfront’s outdoor concert stage every weekend throughout the summer and in winter there is a free open-air ice rink. Harbourfront has a network of parks, open spaces and trails that allow residents and visitors to access the public realm. With numerous waterdecks, a music garden, the HTO urban beach, Martin Goodman Trail and the Harbourfront Center, the neighbourhood always bring people to the water’s edge. Harbourfront is also home to Tip Top Lofts, the only loft conversion in the neighbourhood. With not much room for further development and high demand, this neighbourhood has proved to be a stable investment.


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