Life is good by the water. From the food, to the activities to the scenery, it never leaves you wanting for more.
Who needs a cottage when you can see the lake from your bedroom?
Sports and Entertainment
Canada’s most recognizable icon, and an emblem of Toronto, the CN Tower is where you can take in spectacular views of the city, dine at 360 Restaurant, or go on an EdgeWalk.
Originally named the SkyDome, the Rogers Centre is the headquarters for the beloved Toronto Blue Jays, as well as the venue of choice for an array of celebrated musicians and bands.
Formerly the Air Canada Centre, Scotiabank Arena is home to the Toronto Raptors and the Toronto Maple Leafs. The state-of-the-art arena also hosts renowned musicians and entertainers throughout the year.
Shop, Dine and Drink.
St. Lawrence Market
Spend a perfect Saturday morning at this Toronto landmark, exploring the bustling market and picking up the freshest produce, meat, and fish for the week.
Toronto Harbourfront, located on the shores of Lake Ontario, offers waterfront parks and trails, ferries to the Toronto Islands, and brims with restaurants, cafes and stores.
Minutes away from Toronto’s transit epicentre, Union station will take you anywhere in the city by TTC, or anywhere in the world via the new UP Express to Pearson Airport.
Bayside Toronto - Hines
Situated in the heart of the emerging East Bayfront waterfront district and only five minutes from Union Station, Bayside Toronto will contain more than two million square feet of residential, office, retail and cultural uses.