Sugar Beach is an urban beach park in Toronto, Canada, that opened in 2010. Sugar Beach is a very beautiful and new Park on the waterfront. Sugar Beach is located at the foot of Jarvis Street and adjacent to the Redpath Sugar Factory. The design for the Canada Sugar Beach, by Claude Cormier + ASSOCIES refers to the industrial heritage of the area and its relationship with neighboring Redpath sugar. The Park has three different components: an urban beach, space plaza, and walked the tree walk diagonally through the Park. Sugar Beach Canada reminds us to go to Toronto is the goal. This allows the Viewer to afternoon while being read, play in the sand or watch the boats on the Lake. Dynamic water features embedded in a granite maple leaf next to this beach make you enchanted and pleasant to everyone.
At Sugar Beach there are the National Park Plaza offers a dynamic space for public events. Between the plaza and beach, people will walk through the park along the promenade featuring granite and stone-rocks falling concrete in a mosaic pattern of maple leaves. Lined with maple trees mature, route offer balconies shaded toward the edge of the water provides the community with many opportunities along the way to sit and enjoy the view to the Lake, beach or plaza. Sugar Beach promenade and plaza have been designed to be fully accessible to people with disabilities. In an effort to increase accessibility to the beach, Waterfront Toronto has added boardwalk, parallel to the sand for some pink umbrella Beach Park. One of the signature elements of garden design is, oversized granite rock formations located on the beach and in the plaza next to the Corus Quay. The stone, which features Candy-colored stripes made of thermoplastics, is flexible and durable, adding a strange nuance of Sugar Beach. Granite outcropping on the beach is more than six feet long and wide, and about one meter high. The second rock outcropping in the plaza more than doubled the size of the stones on the beach.