The West Toronto Diamond; a junction of four railway lines in the area
- Bounded by St. Clair Ave W south to Annette St, Keele St W west to Jane St
- Until 1993, this was Canada’s largest livestock market and the centre of Ontario’s meat packing industry, reinforcing its nickname as Hogtown.
- Dundas St W has been redeveloped since the prohibition law prohibited bars and restaurants, with new, trendy retail uses. The next “hip place to live” filled with character as well as industrial and warehouse loft spaces and conversion possibilities
- The Junction is affordable and appeals to a wide demographic from young families, to artists to urban professionals.
- A strong sense of pride and history, a beautiful main street shopping district and a diverse population
- Walk to parks, library, transit along both Keele and Dundas, and both St Clair and Dundas Aves’ cafes, shops, bars & restaurants including some of the city’s best furniture and vintage stores, Nodo, Roux, Dirty Food Eatery, The Beet, The Hole in the Wall, Hogtown Vegan, Vesuvios, Playa Cantina, 3030, Annette Food Market, the big box stores in the Stockyards etc etc!