UrbanToronto returned to Canada's Sugar Beach on Toronto's Harbour to check out the progress being made before the official opening in August. While the pictures were taken in the low light of evening, you will see progress in many details. 

Here's a multilevel drinking fountain:

When you turn it on, you find it comes from Tennessee:

There's water for the feet too. Footwashes rule:

How to install a bench, stage by stage:

How to wire a beach umbrella:

The walk along the lake south of Corus Quay is now open:

Looking east along the Corus Quay promenade

Corus Quay promenade with epi wood benches

Looking south from the Corus Quay promenade

Toronto's tall ship the Kajama from the promeande

Wow, Toronto looks downright romantic here:

Sugar Beach is designed by Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes for WaterfrontToronto.

The Kajama

Just uploading some photos, I mean offloading some sugar:

Panorama of the sugar freighter Blue Bill

Join in the discussion of Sugar Beach at this link. 5 more shots of the Corus Quay building including the lightning feature here

Related Companies:  Claude Cormier + Associés, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, DTAH, Jill Anholt Studio, PFS Studio, Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, Teeple Architects, urbanMetrics inc., Waterfront Toronto, West 8