This elegant complex offers an extremely large indoor swimming pool, a licensed private lounge, squash courts, billiard room, exercise room, meeting areas , 24 hour security and concierge, shuttle bus service throughout the downtown area, and substantial visitor parking. The general population tends to be middle and older age range professionals in the upper-middle income range. Young professionals tend to congregate in 77 and 99. It should be noted that all of the Harbour Square buildings (33,55,65,77,and 99) are very international in their ownership and with a collective total of over 2000 suites represents a self contained neighbourhood.
Port Credit hosts several wonderful festivals throughout the year including a very large South Side Shuffle Jazz Festival in September and The Great Ontario Salmon Derby in July. All along the waterfront you will find lovely parkettes with special areas for rollerblading and skateboarding; as well as extra-wide bike and jogging paths.
Port Credit is approximately 20 minutes by Go Train into downtown, or 20 minutes via QEW/Gardiner Expressway in medium traffic. Buses and streetcar access to downtown are another alternative. Port Credit is fast becoming the trendiest new neighbourhood to live in!!
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