Waterfront Toronto's latest lakeside makeover is getting an early soft opening today in advance of its official opening on August 9th. Canada's Sugar Beach, and some of the promenade south and west of the Corus Quay building, will open for Canada Day. The park, situated at the foot of Jarivs Street south of Queens Quay East, was designed by Claude Cormier Architectes Paysagistes. Here's what it looked like around 6 PM on June 30th.
Here's the view from Loblaws:
Here's the view from the water's edge at Jarvis Quay:
A tree-lined allee leads to the lake:
Like Blackpool Rock, Sugar Beach Rock has candy stripes through it:
Places to sit:
This maple leaf will spring a leak; many in fact. This will be a spray pad.
That sweet smell of molasses? Comes from that way. Downtown Toronto/ behind that.
Still a bit more to complete:
|Related Companies:||Claude Cormier + Associés, DeepRoot Green Infrastructure, Diamond Schmitt Architects, DTAH, Jill Anholt Studio, PFS Studio, Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg, Teeple Architects, urbanMetrics inc., Waterfront Toronto, West 8|