Having undergone major revitalization in the recent years, the Junction Triangle neighbourhood in Toronto has become more of a residential lofts and townhomes area rather than it's former industrial core. Due to its proximity to the High Park, this neighbourhood is also a popular development spot for developers and investors. 

Homes in this neighbourhood are two and three storey Victorian-style houses with colourful brick exteriors. There is also currently a building boom of new townhomes and condominium loft developments.

The Junction neighbourhood is bordered by Dundas Street West on the south side and the three railway lines on all the other sides. 

Notable Amenities at the Junction Triangle:

1. School and Eduational Facility: Perth Avenue Junior Public School, Safe and Caring Schools - SW, St. Luigi Catholic Elementary, St. Rita Catholic Elementary, Westminster Classical Christian Academy, High Park Gardens Montessori School, 

2. Food and Restaurants: The Emerson (Canadian), Wallace Espresso (Coffee & Tea), Cantanhede O Bairradino (Portuguese), Farmhouse Tavern (Canadian), Ali Baba’s Middle Eastern Cuisine (Middle Eastern), Brock SandwichSushi PlaceHaven Espresso Bar

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Shopping-wise, theres the Galleria Shopping Centre at the corner of Dupont and Dufferin Street, the Crossways at the corner of Dundas and Bloor, the Junction Gardens shopping district across the tracks on historic Dundas Street West, and local street shopping on Dupont Street, Bloor Street and the north part of Symington Avenue. In terms of recreation, there's the West Toronto Railpath, the High Park, as well as four local parks within the neighbourhood. 

Getting to the Junction Triangle by Public Transit:

Bloor GO Station Rail - Dundas West Station and Lansdowne Station on the Bloor/Danforth Subway Line - 306 and 505 on Dundas Street West - 300 on Bloor Street - 168 on Symington Avenue - 26 on Dupont Street