“With the arrival of Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) last fall, Sterling Road is newly hip, its appeal broadening beyond the small cadre of tuned-in artists and bohemian types who for years have had it to themselves.” —New York Times
A rising neighbourhood.
A connected location.
The Lower Junction has a rich industrial past, with a strong community of working artists. Today, the word is out, and the neighbourhood is on the rise. With the arrival the Museum of Contemporary Art, Drake Commissary, Henderson Brewing and Forno Cultura (across the lane from T3 Sterling Road), this neighbourhood is having a breakout moment – and the whole city is paying attention.
STERLING IS MOVING UP
The Junction Triangle and its surrounding neighbourhoods are on the move.
Household income, real estate values, and education levels are all trending upward.
“The Junction Triangle is already a great place to live – and its best years are still ahead of it.” —Toronto Life