Located within the intersections of Bloor Street West, Dundas Street West and Lansdowne Street is House of Assembly, a 17-storey condominium coming soon to 181 Sterling Road. Just steps from the Museum of Contemporary Art, House of Assembly is at the heart of Toronto’s up-and-coming Sterling Junction neighbourhood.


The development marks the first phase of the three-tower, master-planned community by Marlin Spring and Greybrook Realty Partners. Sales have recently begun and there is still time to purchase units at pre-construction prices in this first phase.


With three condominium “houses” set to take shape in the coming years, Sterling Junction is poised to become a vibrant mixed-use community with over 600 residences and 420,000 square feet of office space built by Hines. The master plan will also bring new public green spaces, daycare and retail opportunities. Combined with the existing galleries, stores, bars and cafes in the area, Sterling Junction is becoming one of the west end’s most desirable communities.


Residents will benefit from the development’s perfect 100 Transit Score, allowing convenient access to multiple public transit routes and services. Situated just north of Bloor Street West, The UP Express can whisk passengers to Pearson Airport or Union Station within 15 minutes. The station also links passengers to the Kitchener GO Train line, while the future station at Bloor Street West and Lansdowne Avenue will serve northbound connections to Barrie.


The TTC is easily accessible with both Lansdowne and Dundas West subway stations within walking distance for quick trips to downtown. For more local destinations, nearby streetcar routes include the 506 Carlton, 505 Dundas and 504 King lines.

Everyday conveniences are also walking distance including Loblaws, LCBO and countless bars, restaurants and cafes. Meanwhile, the Dufferin Mall is only a five-minute drive east and is home to Winners, Walmart, H&M and other shops and stores.


Designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects Inc., House of Assembly features an ‘industrial-meets-modern’ aesthetic characterized by a rectangular massing, expansive windows, inset balconies and a classic brick façade. Landscaped gardens and a charming parkette ensure plenty of outdoor space for the community.


Priced from the low-$700,000s, available suites boast thoughtfully-designed layouts that maximize space and functionality with high ceilings, abundant natural light and refined finishes curated by U31. Living spaces are bright and airy thanks to nine-foot ceilings, and are appointed with laminate floors throughout and porcelain tiles in washrooms and laundry closets. The gourmet kitchens are equipped with two-tone cabinets, quartz countertops and a full appliance package.


House of Assembly offers a wide range of private amenities, starting with a sleek lobby complete with a concierge and lounge seating. The sprawling rooftop terrace is designed for entertaining with a barbecue and dining space and seating areas to take in the sunset and city views. The Wellness Centre features everything you need to take your workouts to new heights including state-of-the-art cardio and weight training equipment and a yoga studio.

House of Assembly’s presentation centre is located at 213 Sterling Road, Unit 106 and is open Monday to Thursday from 1pm to 7pm and weekends from 12pm to 5pm.

For more information or to book a private appointment, please call 416-530-2562 or email

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