The focal point of public activity in the Selkirk Waterfront Project, used for both commercial and community purposes. The water's edge features timber-decked wharves, stone sea-wall, and a sloping stone beach suitable for launching small boats. The geometry of these elements originates from that of early 20th century industrial activities and infrastructure. The modern concrete and steel was combined with granite originally excavated for the foundations of adjacent buildings. A grove of willow trees marks a commemorative garden for breast cancer survivors.