Action on the Waterfront
For those of you who have noticed the recent activity near the Bayside Presentation Centre and have wondered what exactly was going on, we are very pleased to share the news that construction of at Aqualuna at Bayside has officially begun!
So far, the new construction site has been fenced off, the site has been cleared and the on-site construction offices have been set up. Additionally, equipment for the first stages of construction has arrived on-site and the initial stage of drilling has commenced. It is an exciting time in the development of every community, as work begins. For homeowners, the start of construction means they are one step closer to occupying their new home.
About Aqualuna at Bayside
The fourth and final phase of the East Bayfront community and the pinnacle of luxurious waterfront living, Aqualuna at Bayside offers commanding views of the downtown skyline and Lake Ontario. Designed by Danish architects 3XN, Aqualuna features a unique design of two offset peaks with an undulating profile of spacious terraces and balconies inspired by its waterfront location. Inside, the community features first-class amenities designed by the renowned firm IIVYIV and landscape architecture by Janet Rosenberg and Studio, which have the new community one of Toronto’s most desirable condo addresses.
The East Bayfront Neighbourhood
Located on Toronto’s inner harbour, the new East Bayfront Neighbourhood is part of a fully integrated, mixed-use neighbourhood. Imagined by Waterfront Toronto, a partnership between Municipal, Provincial and Federal levels of government, that is reinventing Toronto’s waterfront into a people-friendly enclave of exceptional homes, shops, restaurants, cafes and green spaces.
Situated just a short walk from the downtown core, including Toronto’s financial district, East Bayfront boasts a Walkscore of 83, a Rider’s score of 95 and a Biker’s Score of 98. To the west of the community are Sugar Beach, Billy Bishop Airport, Ontario Place and more. To the north, The Esplanade, Front Street, the St. Lawrence Market and The Distillery District await. Eastward, the bike paths of the Martin Goodman Waterfront Trail lead to Cherry Beach, Ashbridges Bay, the Leslie Spit, and beyond. And to the south are the breathtaking views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands.