2639 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6P 1X9, Canada
Junction Point is projected to be an 8-storey mid-rise building featuring 111 condominium units and eight townhomes. This development is by Gairloch Developments in Toronto, and is located at 2639 Dundas St W, on the southwest corner of Dundas Street West and Annette Street in The Junction neighbourhood. Vibrant, convenient and actively transforming. The Junction is one of Toronto’s most lively neighbourhoods and this new condominium puts you right in the heart of it.
Maintenance Fees: TBA
Deposit Structure: TBA
Suites: 111 Condos & 8 Towns
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Developer: Gairloch Developments
Suite Types: Studio – Three Bedroom Suites
Building Type: Boutique Condos & Townhomes
Development Address: 2639 Dundas St W, Toronto
Nearest Major Intersection: Dundas St. West and Annette St.
Served by a 24/7 streetcar at your doorstep, Junction Point’s eight two-storey townhomes will be accessible directly from the sidewalk, with half of them fronting directly onto Dundas and the other half onto Brad Street – which runs along the southern portion of the site. Elegant and thoughtfully designed, this condo will be part of the first wave of urbanization in the immediate area.
The building will feature extensive stepbacks on the rear portion, allowing for many of the west-facing units to have their own terraces. The ground floor will have a bright, beautiful lobby that opens up onto Dundas St, as well as 2,755 square feet of indoor amenity space and 1,270 square feet of outdoor amenity space. Residents will also have access to 42 parking spaces in a two-level underground parking garage.
It’s an exciting time to invest in The Junction! Home to a multi-modal transit hub, this friendly, west-end neighbourhood has some exciting transformations in the works, including a master-planned community and some new boutique condominiums to increase the range of housing options.
The Junction is one of Toronto’s most charming, pleasant, and walkable neighbourhoods that’s well-loved by Torontonians of all ages. With St. Clair West to the north, Keele Street to the East, and Runnymede to the West, The Junction is just west-of-centre for the hustle and bustle of Toronto. Because of this location, it’s been able to enjoy a more small-town atmosphere.
And that’s no surprise, as the Junction contains some of Toronto’s coolest hangouts, best restaurants, and most unique attractions and diversions. Some of the neighbourhood’s shopping is second-to-none. Much of this is bolstered by the recently-upgraded transit hub at Bloor and Dundas, which provides access to streetcars, the subway, GO train and UP Express, which connects seamlessly with both Union Station and the airport.
Just a short streetcar or subway right away takes residents to the famous High Park, Toronto’s largest green space. Sports, nature walks, dog parks, and even just taking a selfie with the parks gorgeous spring-time cherry blossom trees are some of the many reasons locals love the park, and it’s simply one of the best places in the city for a romantic picnic.