1401-77 Harbour Square
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*NEW* Fully Renovated Suite with Spacious 692 Sq.Ft one bedroom with exceptional 120 Sq.Ft. terrace size balcony overlooking the future home of Love Park. Bright spacious, open concept living/dining area with B/N appliances with floor to ceiling windows. Modern, luxurious bathroom with separate glass shower. Locker conveniently located on the same floor. ** Exceptional Amenities ** Full Service Restaurant and Bar with Room Service, Indoor/Outdoor pool with a complete Fitness Center, Squash Courts, Pool Table, Yoga Classes, Hot Tub and Sauna, an Outdoor BBQ courtyard and sun deck overlooking the lake, 24 hr Concierge Service, Guest Suites, Business Center and library. ** Free Fibre WiFi and Cable; Free Shuttle Bus Service, Free Visitor Parking.
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About the Neighbourhood
The Harbourfront neighbourhood incorporates a unique blend of residential, cultural, recreational, and commercial uses, all within the same community. Harbourfront is Toronto’s playground by the lake. It is enjoyed by all Toronto residents, as well as being a popular destination point for tourists. The Harbourfront neighbourhood stretches along the Toronto waterfront form Bathurst to Jarvis Street. Queens Quay is the main arterial east-west road that runs through this neighbourhood. Queens Quay has a dedicated streetcar line, along with dedicated car lanes and bicycle lanes which usher residents and tourists along its busy streetscape. Some of the neighbourhood landmarks include: Queens Quay Terminal, Jack Layton Ferry terminal, Harbour Square, Redpath Sugar, Harbourfront Centre, HTO Park, Toronto Music Garden, Waterfront Community Centre and City School.
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NEW Love Park
An international design competition was held and the “Love Park” proposal by Claude Cormier + Associés, Landscape Architects, was selected as the winning submission. The key features of the new open public space will meet the needs of area residents, local office workers and the thousands of tourists who visit the City’s central waterfront each year:
A large, shallow, heart-shaped pond will lie at the parks centre and both existing and newly planted trees will provide a green canopy to help screen out the surrounding buildings and bustling city streets.
A gently swirling pathway network will provide opportunities for pedestrians to move through the park quickly or stroll and enjoy the respite from the streets.
Seating areas and a terrace will be present for casual lunches by employees of the neighbouring offices, for meet-ups, people watching or just quiet contemplation.
A small dog-relief area is proposed in the north section of the park.
Harbour Square Park Lands
Located next to the Toronto Ferry Docks, Harbour Square Park offers downtown folks a spot to sit and watch the ferries travel back and forth to the island. This park is the perfect spot to sit and wait for your friends before catching the ferry to the island. It's also a great spot for a picnic lunch in the middle of a long work day.
Located in Toronto's Inner Harbour, this unique park includes grassy hills, a long sand beach extending along the water's edge, stationary yellow shade umbrellas and Muskoka chairs. Stylized as HTO, the name is word play between the chemical element of water, H2O, and the common abbreviation for Toronto, TO.
Each wavedeck is unique and designed to resemble to the contours of Lake Ontario's shoreline and reclaim parts of the shoreline along water's edge south of Queens Quay.
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