Sugar Wharf

The Largest Mixed-Use Development on the Toronto Waterfront

Toronto’s Downtown Waterfront with Sugar Wharf Condominiums, part of an 11.5-acre community that will include luxury residences, offices, restaurants and shops, a two-acre park, and new school. Once complete, Sugar Wharf will be the largest mixed-use development on the Toronto Waterfront; home to 7,500 residents and 4,000 office workers.


Connect to Path System
Sugar Wharf, the convenience of being connected to the PATH network, Toronto's indoor path pedestrian system is the world's largest underground shopping complex and Sugar Wharf is one in a few condominium that is directly connect to the path system. This 30km network includes 1,200 shops and services, restaurants, and endless entertainment; the epitome of convenient urban living. The Path is truly the heart of Toronto's financial and entertainment districts, which connects to 80 buildings, 6 downtown subway stations, 9 hotels and tourist destinations like the Air Canada Centre and CN Tower.

This 4.7-hectare Sugar Wharf community will include five condo towers ranging from 64 to 90 storeys, a public park, a midrise rental building, a grocery store and a new public elementary school. It’s where homes, offices, shopping, restaurants, daycare, transit, schools and parks are rolled into one magical community. It is also home to a new Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) headquarters and store. Sugar Wharf combines everything you love into the sweetest life you can imagine.

Great Investment Opportunity

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to reap the rewards of living on Lake Ontario with spectacular views of the city's waterfront and harbour. Not to mention, the Google Smart City - Quayside, has set its foot right across from Sugar Wharf. This smart city will bring in more job opportunities in addition to the sugar wharf community plan; which lead to a higher population with higher demand for housing.  In addition, more and more IT and financial companies are moving into Toronto; which lead Toronto  to become a first tier city.

Sugar Wharf 360 Degree View

Sugar Wharf – Ground Breaking