Sugar Wharf Condominiums
Updated on May 8, 2018
Introducing Sugar Wharf Condominiums – the residential phase of an exciting new mixed-use development by Menkes just a short walk from Toronto’s waterfront. The first tower was recently released and has been selling quickly. Register now to make sure you don’t miss out on the soon to be released second tower
The Sugar Wharf development will be on the site of the LCBO lands at Toronto’s waterfront. As part of the development, a new headquarters will be built for the LCBO, as well as a mix of residential, rental, retail, and office buildings. Included are plans for a new flagship LCBO store and a large grocery store. There are also plans for a new park in the southwest corner of the development, a possible new school, and a connection to Toronto’s underground PATH network. Once the ambitious project is completed, it is expected to be the largest mixed-use development on the waterfront, with up to 8,000 people living in the area and up to 4,500 working there.
It’s a truly visionary new community, with the opportunity for families to live, work and learn all in one place. Central to the plan is the development of Sugar Wharf Condominiums. Phase one of the residential development will see two towers built that will rise 70 and 64 storeys and offer great views of the waterfront from many of the south-facing units. There are currently limited details available about the residential towers but if you register with us you can receive updates as soon as they are released.
The East Bayfront area is going through a massive transformation. It was long a neglected part of Toronto’s waterfront but that has changed in recent years. A number of developments have been completed that have brought sparkling new office and residential buildings to the area and more condo buildings are planned – turning the area into one of the most desirable downtown locations.
It’s clear to see why the area is generating such demand. The location of East Bayfront gives residents the chance to live on the waterfront but be within walking distance of Toronto’s downtown core. It opens up a world of opportunities both in terms of work and play. That’s why the location has a 94/100 walk score, meaning the majority of daily errands can be completed without a car.
Sugar Wharf has a perfect transit score of 100/100. Why? Well, it is just a short walk away from Union Station – the main transit hub in the city of Toronto. From there you can catch streetcars, subway trains, GO trains to locations in and around the GTA, VIA trains to elsewhere in Ontario and Canada, and TTC and GO bus services to almost unlimited destinations. That alone would be impressive but you also have easy access to the Gardiner Expressway and only a short journey to Billy Bishop Airport for flights to elsewhere in North America.