Lower JCT is a new per-construction project located at Perth Avenue In Toronto. The Major Intersection are Dundas St west and Bloor St west. Developed by Castlepoint Numa. Lower JCT features a residential Condos and townhomes. The development has a total of 665 units.
residents of the development will enjoy access to the many shops, restaurants, and neighbourhood amenities of Roncesvalles Village, including the Sorauren Farmers Market and Sorauren Park, immediately north of the development site.
The approved Lower JCT., a new and vibrant mixed-use district, will provide a number of community amenities, including:
- A new 36-children day care facility
- Over an acre of land for a new public park and open spaces
- Restored and revitalized heritage building
- New affordable housing
- Flexible range of building areas to support a diversity of employment tenants, which is vital to economic sustainability and revitalization
- Improved access to the West Toronto Rail Path off Perth Avenue
- Realigned Perth Avenue
- Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art relocating to the Auto BLDG.
Lower JCT Highlight:
- Close to the Eaton Center.
- Close to the Dundas Square, the Heart of the City.
- Public transit at the door step
- Access to the many shops, restaurants, and neighbourhood amenities
- Few Minutes Drive to Dufferin Mall.
Lower JCT Located in the Dufferin Grove neighborhood in Toronto.It has the walk Score is 81 out of 100, Transit Score is 100 out of 100. Nearby parks include Perth Square Park, Campbell Avenue Park and Carlton Park.
Over the last 6 years, Castlepoint Numa has worked towards revitalizing and transforming its approximately 8-acre site into a mixed-use community. Lower JCT will support approximately 565 000 square feet of new employment opportunities, including new office, retail, cultural, and commercial spaces and 540 000 square feet of new residential, supporting a range of different housing types and tenures, and over an acre of new parks and open spaces throughout the site.
Drawing inspiration from the industrial and artistic character of the neighbourhood, the architecture of the Museum FLTS. speaks of a rich heritage and timeless design. The new 10-storey condominium will feature a strikingly articulated facade that will house a collection of commercial spaces and over 150 residences adjacent to the Auto BLDG. in the heart of the Lower JCT. A public park and plaza space shared with the Museum of Contemporary Art will provide an escape to nature. Designed by architect Peter Clewes of architectsAlliance, the building’s eye-catching exterior will become a new Toronto icon. Interiors designed by the boutique firm AOD will feature private and spacious outdoor rooms as well as balconies.
The Tower Automotive Building, a heritage designated c.1919 industrial building, will be restored and preserved. Once restored the building will support new commercial and office uses target towards the arts and digital media sectors, and will remain the tallest and most prominent building through the entire project.
With Castlepoint Numa leading site redevelopment, its partner RioTinto Alcan continues its environmental stewardship responsibilities by remediating contamination related to its historical operations on the site. A comprehensive and state of the art soil remediation program across the site began a few years ago and will be completed by the end of this year.
Lower JCT promotes opportunities for people to live and work all within walking distance of two subway stations, two streetcar lines, a GO station, the new Union- Pearson Express rail connection to the airport, and the West Toronto Rail Path, a multi-use trail along the rail corridor.
From Lower JCT:
“The Junction Triangle has always been a quiet mecca of creativity and alive with rich history. The reimagined Lower JCT. is built on these foundations. The new development celebrates these inherent qualities through innovative architecture and livable neighborhood planning. MOCCA, the Museum for Contemporary Canadian Art has proudly announced that the restored Automotive Building, in the heart of the community, will become home to their new gallery space. Numa Development Corporation has gained full approval for the multi-phase development plan. Alongside Greybrook Realty Partners, they have committed tens of millions of dollars into the establishment of the Lower JCT. as a landmark destination for the city of Toronto.”