The Waterfront West area offer some of the best venues for live music and casual dining. Some of Toronto's best shopping, dining and lounging is available here. Many single family homes in the area have been converted to multi-unit rentals that are now being bought up and renovated. Many great bars, clubs and restaurants line the streets and attract some of the City's most successful young business people.
Residents can take advantage of the nearby waterfront trail that is used by walkers, joggers, cyclists and in-line skaters. This neighbourhood is just minutes away from Toronto's Entertainment District and world-class sporting venues such as Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre.
The Trinity Community Recreation Centre at 155 Crawford Street, has an indoor pool, a gymnasium, a track, and a weight room.
Rennie Park, located on the east side of Rennie Terrace, south of Morningside Avenue, has four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, and a wading pool. High Park which can be accessed from Bloor Street, features a full day of recreational activities including fishing, theatre performances, train rides, an animal zoo, historical exhibits, a restaurant and a myriad of fitness opportunities.
Streetcar lines on Queen and King streets provide quick and easy access to the downtown financial and entertainment districts. Go Transit's Exhibition Station is within walking distance of this neighbourhood.