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WHY WE LOVE IT HERE
For a city neighbourhood, The Junction has a nice, quaint feel to it. The community is bordered by Annette Street and Dundas Street West, offering a great urban neighbourhood feel for residents. The Junction’s charm attracts a variety of residents, from young professionals to families and seniors.
WHAT TO DO AND SEE
The local residents love the farmer’s market, as well as the shops and restaurants along Dundas. The neighbourhood is quite walkable; many errands can be done on foot. There is a bus that runs down Dundas Street West to Dundas West subway station which will also take you to Roncesvalles neighbourhood, where you can enjoy more shopping and restaurants as well as High Park.
THE LOCAL CLAIM TO FAME
Dundas Street West is popular for its many unique restaurants, cafes, and art galleries. Many people come to this neighbourhood for the eclectic array of reclaimed and vintage furniture stores, such as Smash Salvage and Post and Beam.
The Junction REAL ESTATE
The Junction is known for its unique loft-style apartment buildings, cute urban semis, and detached homes on side streets. Homes are still reasonably affordable in this neighbourhood in comparison to other Toronto neighbourhoods.
- King George Junior Public School (JK-6)
- Annette Street Junior & Senior Public School (JK-8)
- Humbercrest Junior School (JK-8)
- Keele Street Junior Public School (JK-6)
- Indian Road Crescent Junior Public School (JK-6)
- Lucy McCormick Senior School (7-8)
- Humberside Collegiate Institute (9-12)
- Runnymede Collegiate Institute (9-12)
- Ursula Franklin Academy (9-12)
- James Culnan (Catholic Elementary)
- St. Cecilia (Catholic Elementary)
- Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton (Catholic Secondary)