Harbourfront is located near downtown’s core, just a few minutes from Union Station to Queen's Quay, at south-west side of the city.
After 1972, the Harbourfront has been revitalized and modernized. You can find in the neighbourhood the CN Tower, Air Canada Centre, Skydome, Harbourfront Centre, Harbourfront Antique Market, Canadian National Exhibition, Marine Museum, Old Fort York, and Toronto Islands. Other attractions are the cruisers at the Toronto harbour, Ontario Place, Ontario Place Cinesphere, Centre Island Municipal Park, and Palais Royale Ballroom.
According with the Toronto's website the number of residents living in the area has grown to over 4700.
The condominiums started to being built in the 80’s, and new luxury buildings are in construction now. That area has the Toronto’s highest concentration of condominium buildings (apartment building with five our more storeys). The working age (25-64 years old) found in that location is 75%.
The average unit price in condo town is about $350,000. According to the CMHC, between 30 and 40% of Toronto’s condos are owned by people who either rent them out our flip for a profit.
You can find good bars and restaurants, such as Boathouse Bar & Grill, Purple Pepper Café, Spinnakers Restaurant, Water's Edge Café, Grand Yatt Dynasty, Pink Pearl Harbourfront Restaurant, Captain John's, and Whaler's Wharf On The Water.
The Toronto Harbourfront offers world-class hotels such as the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel, the Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral and the Skydome Hotel.
If you are interest in sailing schools, your options are National Yacht Club Junior Sailing School, Nautical Escapes Sailing School and Charter, and Queen's Quay Yachting.