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Steeped in history and rich in amenities, the Junction is one of Toronto’s most anticipated upcoming residential communities. Its name is derived from two First Nations trails, which date back prior to European settlement and are known as the spot where the intersecting CP Railway east-west mainline tracks and the CN Railway tracks were laid in the 1880s. Take a walk through the Junction today and you’ll find historic buildings and loft spaces with local businesses on the ground level, along with a mix of Victorian and post-Victorian homes on quiet residential streets.

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Adding a rare modern touch and sensibility to the area is Junction House, a brand new boutique condominium coming soon to 2720 Dundas Street West. The nine-storey residence by Slate Asset Management and Globizen Developments was designed by Toronto-based architecture firm superkül with interiors by Dialogue 38.

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The lower portion of the building boasts a classic, textured red brick facade that pays homage to the surrounding historic buildings and transitions into sleek white panels on the upper floors. Large floor-to-ceiling windows convey lightness and transparency, while juliette balconies (on lower floors) and expansive terraces with barbecue connections provide homeowners with a seamless connection to the outdoors.

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Within the development, residents will benefit from a wealth of convenience and dynamic amenities, including retail spaces at grade, two levels of underground parking, bicycle storage and a co-working space. Situated adjacent to the lobby, this multi-functional social space is perfect for individuals or group collaboration to get the creative juices flowing.

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Up on the second floor, you’ll find a fully equipped fitness centre with state-of-the-art equipment, a barre and yoga studio, and an outdoor space to cool off and get a breath of fresh air. Even more outdoor space is available on the private rooftop lounge and terrace. Here you can take in panoramic city skyline views across the treetops of the Junction. The 4,000-square-foot outdoor lounge is also a great spot for entertaining friends and family with its cozy fire pit, barbecues, harvest table and loungers.

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New opportunities to live in the Junction proper are extremely rare. The neighbourhood is dotted with cafés, award-winning restaurants, craft breweries, markets and local retailers. And Junction House is perfectly situated at the gateway to the neighbourhood, providing convenient access to both the Dundas West subway station and the Union Pearson Express train.

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Priced from the $500,000s, Junction House is comprised of 144 residential units including seven laneway townhomes and a range of layouts to accommodate singles, couples and families.

Each suite is thoughtfully designed with an emphasis on livability with living rooms measuring over 14 feet in width, nine-foot exposed concrete ceilings, engineered hardwood floors throughout main living areas, custom open-concept kitchens by Scavolini, and spa-like bathrooms with soaker tubs or stand-up showers (as per plan). Also standard is a full appliance package including gas cooktops, hard surface countertops, and an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) to improve indoor air quality and reduce energy demands.

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To learn more about Junction House be sure to register online for the latest updates.

For more information call 416 900 6076 or email info@junctionhouse.ca.

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