Toronto – Mixed-Use – Aqualina/Bayside Village

There’s a new vision taking shape where Toronto meets the water. In Waterfront Toronto’s single largest revitalization endeavor, Bayside Village will be a mixed-use development featuring homes, restaurants, shops, cultural venues, office space, parks, trails and a lakefront promenade when completed.  AQUALINA is the first component of a three-phase development.  The retail component of AQUALINA includes 21,424 square feet of ground floor space.  With Fall 2017 possession, retail units ranging from 600 to 4500 square feet are available, suitable for restaurants, cafés, fitness, specialty shops and everyday services. AQUALINA is situated adjacent to both George Brown College – Waterfront Campus, with its 3500-full time and 450 continuous learning students, and Corus Entertainment, with approximately 1000 employees.  Once the East Bayfront District development is completed, there will be approximately 21,495 additional office workers within steps of this new and growing neighbourhood.  With such a concentrated projection of residential and business growth, in the future, locals will be a substantial source of traffic to draw from. That market is expected to include about 4.3-million square feet of office space, over 10,650 condo units, approximately 645,000 square feet of retail space and 530,000 square feet of educational and cultural space.  Destined to be Toronto’s premier water’s edge community, currently ranked the second-most visited neighborhood in the city, with 17-million waterfront visitors annually, the site is also in close proximity to the Toronto’s downtown core, Financial and Entertainment Districts, and minutes to Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway. Bayside Village is designed to be a vibrant community with shops and restaurants that line the water’s edge promenade, to create a unique retail experience along Toronto’s waterfront.  Terry Ledamun at First Capital Realty is handling the leasing.

 

 

First Capital Realty Inc., 85 Hanna Ave., Suite 400, Toronto, Ontario M6K 3S3 (Terry Ledamun -  416/703-3177 terry.ledamun@fcr.ca)