Sugar Beach

Sugar Beach was anything but sweet when Aldershot started construction. One hectare adjacent to the active Toronto harbour contained an old wharf and 9000 cu metres of contaminated soil. Like many other early 20th century harbours in North America, the land had a run-down industrial feel and didn’t attract either tourists or families. But after Toronto Waterfront Trust hired designer Claude Cormier to come up with a new concept, Aldershot quickly started bringing his vision to reality.