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Welcome to The Junction Triangle:
Trendy. Diverse. Community-focused.
Long before BlogTO and Toronto Life were writing about The Junction Triangle taking a spot in the Top 10, we were building our life together there. We lived in the community for two years, in a home that Aleks purchased on Campbell Avenue, and watched as the area developed and gentrified. We got to know the community first-hand and loved hitting up the local hotspots, running along the West Toronto Railpath, and walking our dog across the bridge to Roncesvalles and High Park. We still have a foot in The Junction Triangle and love to visit from time to time, as we own an investment property steps from the Farmhouse Tavern!
Grab a Nutella Latte from Café Con Leche–there’s really no better way to start off a day in The Junction Triangle! Afterwards, you can stroll along the West Toronto Railpath and finish it all off with delicious food and drinks at the Farmhouse Tavern.
No vehicle? No problem. The Junction Triangle is a super accessible and walkable neighbourhood. It’s close to the Bloor Subway line with access to the Go Train and the UP Express, as well as Dundas West Station.
A lot of hipsters and artsy types are in The Junction Triangle area, as well some younger couples and families. Really, anyone who can’t afford real estate in High Park, the Annex, or Seaton Village have made their way here.
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