Sugar Wharf Condominiums in Downtown
Rising on the shores of Toronto’s waterfront, Sugar Wharf is a community of extraordinary proportions. Striking the perfect work-life balance, this exceptional development will be the future-forward ideal today’s urban population seeks. Home to 7,500 residents, and 4,000 office workers once completed, this 11.5-acre community offers homes, offices, shops, restaurants, school, daycare, park and more. Equally connected to the city as it is to nature, Sugar Wharf will revolutionize the way Torontonians live and work.
THE LAKE. THE LIFE. THE CITY
Nestled on Toronto’s Waterfront, Sugar Wharf Condominiums is everything you’ve been dreaming of. A place where dreams, work and play live happily. It’s where homes, offices, shopping, restaurants, daycare, transit, schools and parks are rolled into one magical community. Sugar Wharf combines everything you love into the sweetest life you can imagine.
A Whole New Community
From Humber Bay to the Eastern Beaches, Toronto’s magnificent waterfront spans 46 kms. Under the direction of Waterfront Toronto, this highly desirable section of the city is undergoing a sea change. Created by the federal and provincial government and the City of Toronto, Waterfront Toronto has the mandate to transform the area into a vibrant public and cultural space for all Torontonians.
Unequalled in size, it’s one of the largest urban revitalization projects in the world. The total area for development is 800 hectars in size, and is one of the largest revitalization projects in the world! Collaborating with developers like Menkes, Waterfront Toronto aims to create 40,000 new residences and approximately 40,000 new jobs. With the introduction of mixed-used neighbourhoods, offices, expanding public transit, parks, and public spaces, the waterfront will be a coveted place to live, work, learn and play.
By adopting an economically and environmentally sustainable design approach, this reimagination will change the face of Toronto and deliver a positive, meaningful relationship between the lake and the city.