Sunday, July 29, 2018


One Word Sunday

July 2018 - Toronto ON

Canada’s Sugar Beach is a whimsical new park that transformed a surface parking lot in a former industrial area into Toronto’s second urban beach at the water’s edge.

Located at the foot of Lower Jarvis Street adjacent to the Redpath Sugar Factory, the 8500 square metre (2 acre) park is the first public space visitors see as they travel along Queens Quay from the central waterfront. The park’s brightly coloured pink beach umbrellas and iconic candy-striped rock outcroppings welcome visitors to the new waterfront neighbourhood of East Bayfront.


  1. All over the world great public spaces are being reclaimed from industrial usage. What a delightful name for a nice spot.

    1. Yes, I love seeing all the new neighbourhoods growing in these industrial areas.

  2. It looks like a good spot to relax in!


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