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Hidden Gems in Etobicoke

Hidden Gems in Etobicoke

The Etobicoke waterfront is an urban oasis that few people in the City of Toronto have experienced. It’s rich history can be seen everyday with the abundance of old churches and traditional Victorian and Edwardian homes scattered throughout. Just a bit north of the waterfront, and the Eau Du Soleil Community, is Islington Village. One…

Lakeshore Mardi Gras Festival

Lakeshore Mardi Gras Festival

Want to attend Mardi Gras without the expensive airline tickets, hotels and costs? You don’t have to head to New Orleans to celebrate this year’s Mardi Gras. You can do it right here on Toronto’s Lakeshore at the Lakeshore Mardi Gras Festival! Inspired by the world-famous party, the 10th annual Lakeshore Mardi Gras festival takes…

Empire Gears Up For Water Tower at Eau du Soleil

Empire Gears Up For Water Tower at Eau du Soleil

UrbanToronto – Empire Gears up For Water Tower at Eau Du Soleil July 30, 2013 | by Craig White Empire Communities is gearing up for sales in the second tower of its skyscraping Eau du Soleil complex on the shores of Lake Ontario in Etobicoke. Water Tower is the name chosen to market this 45-storey…

Mimico is the Perfect Place to Dance Under The Stars

Mimico is the Perfect Place to Dance Under The Stars

One of the most exciting things about moving to a new community like Water Tower at Eau Du Soleil, is meeting new neighbours and exploring a new neighbourhood. You never know who you could meet or what cool spots you can find. Mimico, future home of Water Tower at Eau Du Soleil, is an exciting…

Introducing Water Tower

Introducing Water Tower

Introducing Water Tower, the second wave of the successful Eau Du Soleil condominium community. At 45 floors, Water Tower will feature soaring architecture, panoramic views and unrivaled amenities. Located on the Etobicoke Waterfront the Eau Du Soleil towers will become an iconic new landmark that has helped Mimico and Humber Bay to top the list…

NEIGHBOURHOOD BREWS and PUBS

NEIGHBOURHOOD BREWS and PUBS

Canada is home to plenty of great beers, and the microbrewery scene in Toronto is particularly thriving—especially in the west end, where Great Lakes Brewery has emerged as the brewing gem of Mimico. Located on Queen Elizabeth Boulevard in Etobicoke, this small craft brewery is making big headlines by creating some of the country’s best…

ETOBICOKE POLICE PRESENCE GOOD FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD

ETOBICOKE POLICE PRESENCE GOOD FOR NEIGHBOURHOOD

You may not like to see the police in your rear-view mirror on the highway, but when it comes to your neighbourhood, they can be a welcome addition. Residents of Etobicoke are fortunate to have a strong police presence in their area, with two major divisions (22 in the south and 23 in the north)…

EAU DU SOLEIL CONDOS

EAU DU SOLEIL CONDOS

Urban Toronto dataBase Location highlights: Eau Du Soleil will be located in the beautiful Etobicoke waterfront. This well-established community is known for its scenic lakefront parks and excellent recreational facilities. The Metropolitan Toronto Region Conservation Authority has recently established a wetland habitat in Humber Bay Park located along Lake Shore Boulevard West at Park Lawn…

EAU DU SOLEIL CONDOS COMING TO TORONTO’S WATERFRONT

EAU DU SOLEIL CONDOS COMING TO TORONTO'S WATERFRONT

Digital Journal Reports by KJ Mullins Feb 22, 2013 in Lifestyle Toronto will soon be home to one of Canada’s tallest condo communities. Eau Du Soleil’s 66-storey tower will feature 750 units with huge balconies offering the best views of Toronto’s waterfront. Located along the beautiful waterfront neighbourhood of Etobicoke the two glass towers of…

PETS LIKE TO PLAY AND GET PAMPERED

PETS LIKE TO PLAY AND GET PAMPERED

Eau Du Soleil Welcomes Pets to the Community It doesn’t take long to realize the Etobicoke Lake Shore neighbourhood is a great place for dogs and cats. Eau Du Soleil waterfront condominiums allows up to two pets per unit with no weight restrictions. Beyond the condo’s doors, the area is a wonderful place for walking…

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