Junction Area

Welcome to Junction Area

The Junction, one of Toronto’s most lively neighbourhoods, is named because of its geography: the intersection of where four railway lines in the area meet, and its adjoining area, the Junction Triangle (extending from Lansdowne to its main strip of Sterling Road).

$879,900

Median Listing Price

$2,000

Median Monthly Rent

The Neighbours

Your neighbour in the Junction Area is very likely family-oriented. Young professionals and creatives priced out of other neighbourhoods are also searching here for options that are still relatively close to the downtown area.

What to Expect

The Junction is home to some of the city's most interesting furniture shops, espresso bars, restaurants and a live music venue. Famously designated dry for decades, the Junction is now a hotbed of craft beer activity.

The Lifestyle

While they don’t live in the heart of the city, Junction residents have everything they need within arm’s reach. No matter where you are in the neighbourhood, you’re just a short jaunt away from the local grocery chain and speciality food shops. Along St. Clair, you’ll also find the Stock Yards Village shopping mall—home to some of North America’s most popular retailers.

The Market

There’s a great mix of architectural styles in the Junction, including a variety of heritage homes that were built in the early 20th century. You’ll find an abundance of gorgeous Victorian, Edwardian, and Tudor homes in the area, along with a growing number of modern condos, if you are looking to downsize.

Junction Area: Market Snapshot

$879,900

Median Listing Price

$2,000

Median Monthly Rent

Market Trends and Insights

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