Toronto Waterfront Condos
Situated on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto Waterfront is a major tourist attraction, as well as a cultural and residential real-estate project within the center of downtown Toronto, Canada. It runs west from Yonge Street to Bathurst Street and along Queen�s Quay. The Waterfront began as a main storage area for coal and oil, also waste disposal and incineration, but has since been transformed into a main pull for visitors. One of the many major cultural facilities located in this area is the Harbourfront Center. Positioned at 235 Queen�s Quay West, it was founded in 1972 the federal government as a crown corporation to create a waterfront park. It commenced as a nonprofit organization in the year 1991. There are many events and facilities present year round including: Harbourfront Reading Series, Learning for Living (continuing education program), The Natrel Rink (an outdoor skating rink) Toronto Music Garden and plenty more. Queen�s Quay Terminal is another main facility on the waterfront, located alongside The Harbourfront Center. It was once a warehouse metamorphosed into a multi-purpose building consisting of a few high fashion stores and restaurants to include Captain John�s Floating Restaurant. Harbourfront is also the spot where Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal is located, which offers transportation to the Islands and also the Harbourfront Center.