Harbourfront Centre, the heart of Toronto’s waterfront, is undergoing an extensive site transformation. We've built an attractive underground parking facility, and are in the process of creating new public spaces and amenities for our central waterfront site. See below for updates on the four key areas of development.
Visit our blog for the latest construction updates or call Visitor Services at 416-973-4000 for further information.
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Our brand new, 300-car underground parking facility, located at the foot of Queens Quay and Lower Simcoe Street, is now open to the public. Proceeds go towards programming at Harbourfront Centre. Public parking is also available at our Rees Street and Lower Simcoe Street lots.
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Canada & Ontario Square
The surface between York Quay Centre and Queen's Quay Terminal will be dramatically re-envisioned with two forest-inspired public squares ready to enjoy by summer 2013.
Queens Quay Revitalization
Construction is underway that will completely rebuild and revitalize Queens Quay both above and below ground.
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If you're planning to come to our site via TTC, please note that streetcars will not be operating as of July 29th along Queens Quay due to construction. But we're only a stone's throw from Union Station. Simply hop onto one of the shuttle buses boarding on the west side of Bay Street, just south of Front Street (a paper transfer is required) or, better yet, take a short, 10-minute walk south along York Street.
The new York Quay parking facility, which was built by Harbourfront Centre and Waterfront Toronto, is part of the overall revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront. The construction of the underground garage allowed for the creation of future public space on the site including two new public squares, Canada Square and Ontario Square. The renewal of Toronto’s waterfront is funded by the Governments of Canada and Ontario and the City of Toronto.