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House of Assembly

Coming soon at 181 Sterling Road, Toronto

Down Arrow

Address

181 Sterling Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 
builder

Builder

Marlin Spring

completion

Completion

January 25,2024

storeys

Storeys

17

units

Units

254

transit-score

Transit Score

100

walk-score

Walk Score

96

About Marlin Spring

Strength. Integrity. Commitment. Marlin Spring is a multi-faceted, diversified real estate company comprised of two fundamental ventures — the development of new real estate across Ontario in the low, mid and high-rise sectors and the acquisition of multi-family rental properties throughout North America. Marlin Spring is proud to be an...
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ABOUT HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY

New pre-construction is located at 181 Sterling Rd. where is close to the Bloor Go Station and Dundas W. Station, incredibly convenient and perfect transit in the West of the Toronto city.  181 Sterling Rd. The condo is a new condominium project developed with Marling Spring Development and 17 storey-high with 646 units. This unique piece of the Junction Triangle is preparing for its evolution. Join us on the journey and find yourself on the path to a place where the past’s industrial ambiance meets a vibrant community-centric future. This is your opportunity to live in Sterling Junction, Toronto’s most culturally rich community. As the first of three inspired condominium houses set within Sterling Junction, the House of Assembly will set the stage for this master–planned community. Set only a stone’s throw from The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), and with all of Sterling Junction’s eclectic offerings at your doorstep, House of Assembly brings you inspired design, spacious suites, remarkable city views, and beautifully refined finishes – perfectly assembled for contemporary living.

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Location & Neighborhood

Live at the intersection of culture and craft, and be a part of the evolution.

A place of multiple experiences that invite exploration – and gathering – from that Friday night pub night with the gang, or that DJ-powered pop-up to that quintessential Sunday morning brunch, as well as those more contemplative moments when a sail through a gallery to catch up on what’s happening in the world of contemporary art, is just the thing.  Surrounded by the city’s urban villages, Sterling Junction provides the jumping-off point to explore countless streetscapes that bring back the local, unique and owner-operated experiences that make for vibrant, walk-browse-shop around communities.

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More Information

  • UP Express – 5 min walk 15 min to Pearson Airport and/or Union Station
  • Subways – 8 min walk Dundas West Station and Lansdowne Station
  • Go train – 5 min walk to Bloor GO
  • Streetcars – 5 min walk to 506 Carlton line, 505 Dundas line and 504 King line
  • West Toronto Rail Path – 2.1 km of car-free pathways with plans to
    extend South to Sudbury street
  • 96 Bike Score

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