Junction Triangle Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Junction Triangle - West End

Junction Triangle is a pleasant little nook nestled in between many better-known neighbourhoods. Do not let the size or its relative anonymity stop you from looking at the location as a prospective place to call home. This neighbourhood has seen a lot of revitalization in recent years that are sure to put it on the map in the coming years. Junction Triangle is surrounded by Carleton Village, Davenport, Wallace Emerson, Brockton Village, Little Portugal, Roncesvalles, High Park and The Junction. It is well-connected to the city by public transport and has a host of amenities and a wide variety of homes for sale.

  •   AgeInfill
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesDufferin Mall
  •   Commute14 mins DT
  •   IncomeMiddle

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#59 -1 ELSIE LANE IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$1,099,000

New Luxury Freehold Townhouse In Desirable & Vibrant Junction Triangle. Beautiful Family Living Space Boasts Many Upgrades:kitchen(floor To Ceiling Custom Tiling),custom Banquette W/under Bench Storage + Cushion Slip Covers,unique Pantry Shelving Under Stairs,custom Drape... Read More »

#59 -1 Elsie Lane

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths

MLS® #W5473567

#803 -15 SOUSA MENDES STREET IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$999,000

Rarely Avail Spacious & Bright Townhouse W Open Concept & Flr To Ceiling Windows! This Corner Unit Townhouse Is Sundrenched W Sw Exposure, Kitchen W Granite Counter, Refinished Kitchen Cabinets W New Hardware & Centre Island Perf For Entrtng. Gorgeous Hardwood Flrs T/o, M... Read More »

#803 -15 Sousa Mendes Street

Dovercourt-Wallace Emerson-Junction, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths

MLS® #W5475616

#225 -11 RUTTAN STREET IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$899,000

Stunning 3 Level Townhome. Welcome To The Brownstones On Bloor. Situated In A Quiet Courtyard Setting This Home Features An Open Concept Main Floor Living Space. Great Flow, Perfect For Entertaining And Relaxing. The 2nd Floor Offers 2 Well Appointed Bedrooms. A Walk-in C... Read More »

#225 -11 Ruttan Street

Dufferin Grove, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #C5475485

Junction Triangle Real Estate Overview

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As the name suggests, this neighbourhood has a triangular shape, and it has railway lines on all three sides. To the west, there is the CNR/CPR, in the north the CPR east-west railway lines and in the east, the Metrolinx GO Transit Barrie line. Bloor Street runs right through the neighbourhood, bisecting it, Dupont Street is close to the northern edge, while Dundas Street runs along the southern boundary.

In the 1960s, when commercial railway lines bypassed Toronto Junction, the area suddenly dropped out of sight in terms of visibility to the locals. The buzz died down here, and businesses seldom looked at these parts as good spots to set up shop. After this slowdown, the community saw many of the old warehouses and factory buildings being renovated into housing. This transition worked in its favour, and Junction Triangle is set to reclaim its place as one of Toronto’s most charming residential areas.

The unique thing about Junction Triangle is that for a very long time, this area was nameless and often referred to as West Toronto. The name of the neighbourhood was chosen by the residents fairly recently. A residents’ group, Fuzzy Boundaries, held a year-long campaign asking people to offer suggestions for names. The name Junction Triangle was chosen from 200 possibilities in March 2010. Interestingly enough, this was the name the area had been known as earlier in the 1970s.

Who lives In Junction Triangle Homes

Junction Triangle mainly had immigrant workers when the area began to develop. By the 1950s, the community was a multi-cultural one, comprising of mostly factory workers. You would find many Italians here, as well as people of Polish and Macedonian descent. In the later years, the Portuguese also made Junction Triangle their home. Today, you will still find a good representation of all of these nationalities here.

Junction Triangle Homes Are Perfect For

The average Junction Triangle resident is someone who works somewhere in or close to downtown and does not want to end up with premium rentals.

Junction Triangle Homes Are Not So Perfect For

The neighbourhood is a small quiet place where all the residents know one another. If you will miss the hype and excitement of downtown, this is not the place for you.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Junction Triangel

Junction Triangle residents have no shortage of shopping or recreation options here. For most residents, the usual hang out spot is at the Galleria Shopping Centre, located at the corner of Dupont and Dufferin streets. Several stores are located here and cater to all possible needs. For a change of pace, head to the Crossways, which is by the corner of Dundas and Bloor, a similar shopping complex with all manner of stores. The neighbourhood also has the Junction Gardens shopping district on Dundas Street West. If you want a varied range of restaurants to choose from, you will find most of them here. Shops line the streets on Bloor street, Dupont Street, part of Symington Avenue, while the big-name retailers are clustered around the intersection at St. Clair Avenue and Keele Street.

Fitness enthusiasts can get their daily dose of exercise by walking or jogging down the West Toronto Rail Path. It is a hard-landscaped park running from Cariboo Avenue to Dundas Street West, spanning some 2.1 kilometres in length. There are several access points for you to make the best use of this path no matter where you live within Junction Triangle. It is a popular spot for young parents to bring their toddlers too, for a quick walk.

If you want a more expansive green space to relax in, you can go down to High Park with its many recreational options. This park is just about a mile from the neighbourhood. Within Junction Triangle, you have four local parks too, complete with play areas, artificial ice rinks, and wading pools.

Bookworms will love the many programs conducted by the Perth Dupont Public Library. They have many special events for preschoolers and younger children.

Junction Triangle offers excellent access to various parts of the city. Bus routes cover several of the key streets here, including Dupont, Keele, and Dundas. These routes also take you to the subway stations easily and quickly so that you can use the railway lines efficiently too.

Junction Triangle Real Estate Market

The oldest homes for sale in Junction Triangle were built in the 1910s and 1920s. The brick exteriors give them a charming look and make them highly desirable to homeowners. A flurry of construction activities in recent times has ensured that there are also quite a few townhomes and condos for sale in Junction Triangle. These come with modern design and features, ideal for young professionals who move into the area for its proximity to their workplace downtown. Affordable pricing makes Junction Triangle homes a good investment as well, and studio apartments or basement studios are quite sought-after here by single owners.

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