The St. Lawrence Neighbourhood is represented by the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood Association (SLNA), an association of residents in the St Lawrence area of the City of Toronto and is incorporated as a non-profit Corporation. The SLNA has served the St. Lawrence neighbourhood and its 30,000 - 35,000 residents since 1982. St. Lawrence-Distillery is the third smallest neighbourhood in the Core, and home to George Brown’s Waterfront Campus and new waterfront development built for the Pan-Am Games. At the time of the census, the average household income was below the city and Core average. This is however a neighbourhood in transition, as it includes the West Don Lands – a 58-hectare site being developed from industrial lands into a mixed-use community.