Why We Love It
Junction Triangle real estate is enjoying a revival, as is its retail sector. New residents and development are driving this process. Junction Triangle real estate offers a great mix of housing types: everything from new condos to converted lofts to family-friendly semis. Many of the old warehouses and factories are being converted to urban lofts.
The West Toronto Railpath is a unique, multi-use pathway running through the Junction. You’ll see everyone–cyclists, runners, families–on the pathway. This 2.1 kilometre stretch of abandoned rail line takes you from Dupont to Dundas and is being expanded south to King.
Just steps from prime Junction Triangle real estate you’ll find some great restaurants. Two of our favourites are the Farmhouse Tavern and Annette Food Market. The Junction is close to The Stockyards Shopping Centre, the shops of Dundas West and fewer than two kilometres from High Park.
Proximity to the Bloor-Danforth subway and served by the TTC, it’s a great area for users of public transit. While close to downtown, it has the charm of a community that’s reinventing itself.
Junction Triangle real estate is home to a diverse demographic: longtime residents, many of them of Portuguese and Italian descent along with first-time buyers take advantage of the affordable home prices. Young professionals, urban artists and hipsters are all taking part in the community revival.