The Lake. The Life. The City.
Rising on the Shores of Toronto’s Waterfront, Sugar Wharf Is a Community of Extraordinary Proportions.
Sugar Wharf is a community of extraordinary proportions. Striking the perfect work-life balance, this exceptional development will be the future-forward ideal today’s urban population seeks. Home to 7,500 residents, and 4,000 office workers once completed, this 11.5-acre community offers homes, offices, shops, restaurants, school, daycare, park and more. Equally connected to the city as it is to nature, Sugar Wharf will revolutionize the way Torontonians live and work.
A Deep Pool of Investment Reasons
Toronto’s Waterfront Revitalization Is the Latest Piece of the City’s Rebirth as a Hub of Creativity.
With the goal to be transformative, this corridor of vitality will be the home of new approaches, new technology, new solutions. A perfect example of people-centric urban planning, the waterfront will offer a radical mix of residences, offices, retail and maker spaces. While these alone are compelling reasons to invest at Sugar Wharf, it’s also important to see how big this picture really is.
Toronto + Employment // Opportunity Comes Ashore
The economic powerhouse of Canada, Toronto’s diversity, dynamic business environment and unrivalled quality of life makes it a magnet for growth. And the driving force behind its economic prosperity is its deep, diverse and globally connected talent pool of skilled, highly-educated individuals, many of whom would want to call Sugar Wharf home.
Waterfront Developments // Beacons of Innovation
Along with Sugar Wharf, Menkes is transforming the Toronto waterfront with the addition of two dynamic centres of business – 100 Queens Quay East and the Waterfront Innovation Centre. With their smart design, innovative features and facilities, these towers will change the way people work, offices operate, and businesses grow.
Toronto + Technology //Riding the Wave of Tech
Toronto is Canada’s largest, most dynamic and innovative hub of technology-focused businesses. It’s also the first city in the world where Sidewalk Labs, the urban tech-focused subsidiary of Google parent company, Alphabet will build a ‘Smart City’. Sugar Wharf with its proximity to downtown and other centres of innovation will offer a perfect home and work base for a new generation of technocrats.