The Toronto Harbourfront extends along its southern border of Lake Ontario and its northern border of Lakeshore Blvd from Lower Jarvis St to the Bathurst Street. The Harbourfront is a mixed-use neighborhood. Government lands to the south of Queen’s Quay include a Community Centre, a Toronto Fire Department Station, various boating uses, parkland and the Harbourfront Centre, which is located at the bottom of Lower Simcoe Street. The Harbourfront is also the site of the Toronto Island Ferry, which provides transportation to the Toronto Islands from the foot of Bay Street. The Harbourfront neighborhood is also in possession of a vast network of parks, open spaces and trails that allow residents and visitors to access the public realm.
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