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    Condos for Rent in The Waterfront, Toronto, ON

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    Renting a home in The Waterfront

    Brimming with shimmering glass condos, waterfront views, and located just steps from the Entertainment District — The Waterfront is easily one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the city.

    There are few neighbourhoods in the GTA which allow you to run along the shores of Lake Ontario in the morning, catch a Jays game in the afternoon, and spend the night bar hopping, all without starting your car or hopping on TTC, but the Waterfront offers just that. And in addition to all of the dining found beyond the neighbourhood’s northern border, there are great restaurants in the area like Amsterdam BrewHouse and Miku Toronto.

    Waterfront condos for rent are very popular with empty nesters, but nature enthusiasts will find a lot to love here as well, regardless of their age. Along the lakeshore you’ll find an abundance of green spaces, all of which have scenic views. The Martin Goodman Trail extends through the neighbourhood for walkers and joggers, and there’s a variety of water related activities like rowing and yachting.

    Condo Life in The Waterfront

    As one of the most scenic and convenient neighbourhoods in Toronto, it should come as no surprise that Waterfront condos for rent are in demand, or that there are over 3 dozen buildings in the neighbourhood. There’s so much choice here that it can be overwhelming, and options exist for a variety of price ranges.

    If you’re looking to be as close to the water as possible, properties like Harbour Terrace are directly on the lake, and have high-end finishes and therefore rent for higher prices. Or, if you’re looking for Waterfront condos for rent on a budget, properties like Harbourpoint I Condos, Harbourpoint II Condos, and Harbourpoint III Condos, have Toronto condos for rent for more affordable prices — affordable is a very subjective term here.


    The Waterfront is a walker’s dream come true, and as if that wasn’t enough, it has excellent public transit; there are streetcars on Queens Quay W and Spadina, with service to Union Station for subway lines.

    Car owners can reach the Gardiner Expressway in less than 5 minutes, traffic permitting.