The Junction is currently undergoing a significant revitalization and has become a newly desired destination. Still considered an affordable neighbourhood by Toronto’s standards it attracts a wide demographic including families, artists and young professionals. The main shopping district found on Dundas Street West offers local small town charm and boasts a library, a variety of stores including cafes, restaurants, book stores, designer shops and vintage finds. This area is located north of Annette, south of the railway tracks, east of Runnymede, west of Keele. Subway and transit is walking distance or a short bus ride.
The Junctions winding tree-lined streets feature red brick Victorians, Queen Anne and Arts and Crafts style homes. Some of the areas larger detached houses offer generous lots with front porches while other homes much narrower and or semi detached. The neighbourhood also houses a number of rental suites including duplexes, triplexes.
• Indian Rd. Crescent Jr., 285 Indian Rd. Cres.,
(416) 393-9025 (Public School)
• Perth Ave. Jr., 14 Ruskin Ave.,
(416) 393-1410 (Public School)
• Brockton High School, 90 Croatia St.,
(416) 393-0430 (Public High School)
• The City School, 315 Osler St.,
(416) 393-1470 (Public High School)
• St. Josephat, 160 Franklin Ave.,
(416) 393-5291 (Catholic School)
• St. Luig, 2 Ruskin Ave.,
(416) 393-5370 (Catholic School)
• St. Rita, 178 Edwin Ave.,
(416) 393-5216 (Catholic School)