House of Assembly, Toronto
House of Assembly – the first phase of the highly-anticipated Sterling Junction master-planned community has finally arrived! Developed by Marlin Spring and Greybrook Realty, House of Assembly will be located on Sterling Road in Toronto’s expanding Junction Triangle neighbourhood.
Residents of House of Assembly will be in the heart of a network of exceptional transit options. Just a short walk from 4 transit lines: UP Express, College, and Dundas Streetcar, and Bloor lines. Running every 5-7 minutes, House of Assembly’s 100-transit score can’t be beat! With such a central location, and with a huge increase in tech employment opportunities in Toronto, House of Assembly will be a convenient place to call home for those working in the downtown core.
By living at House of Assembly, you will find that there are many diverse offerings right at your doorstep including shops and services, grocery stores, LCBO, FreshCo, Loblaws, Shoppers Drug Mart, Starbucks and more. Looking for some greenery? There are many parks nearby including Erwin Krichhahn Park, McGregor Park and Columbus Parkette. There’s also a high volume of urban amenities in the area including High Park Outdoor Pool, West Lodge Park, Sunnyside Park, and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art that will be relocating just steps from House of Assembly.
Sterling Junction is a neighbourhood that is evolving into one of the city’s most exciting new urban communities. With the development of Marlin Spring’s 3 condominium buildings and Hines’ T3 development gracing the landscape with 3 sustainably designed commercial buildings totalling 420,000sqft of space, together with the plethora of existing galleries, stores, bars and cafes, new shops, restaurants and parks will add even more excitement to a neighbourhood that is already one of Toronto’s most desirable communities.
With the Junction Triangle set to see an influx of jobs, new residents and many new shops and restaurants, House of Assembly makes for a well-connected and integrated condo!