Coined Junction Triangle several times over, and as recent as 2010, residents are now confident the neighbourhood name will stick. An aerial view easily points out the method behind the naming madness; it takes shape between three railway crossings. In light of this, the area has lots of character. Railway and factory workers called it home for nearly a century. Today, city and commercial developers are turning the Junction Triangle into a bustling neighbourhood. Factories conversions, home renovations and residential developments combined with historical restoration projects, like the West Toronto Railpath, are attracting a whole new set of families to this one-of-a-kind neighbourhood find.
Victorian style homes constructed in the 1800s
Mid-century brick detached, semi and row homes
New and renovated townhomes and lofts
New and renovated high rise condos