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Bloor West
(Lower Junction)

Greybrook invested equity capital alongside Castlepoint Numa and oversaw their development of the Lower JCT. project.

An eight-acre property located in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, the development plan for Lower JCT. called for the construction of over 650 residential condominium units and townhomes, and up to 550,000 sq. ft. of commercial retail and office space. The site is conveniently located near three of Toronto’s major public transportation lines including the TTC Bloor subway line, GO Transit and the Union Pearson Express airport rail link service. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) will be moving its gallery and head office to The Tower Automotive Building, a 10-storey heritage structure built in 1919, which will be completely renovated and sit at the center of this community.

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Over 650 Residential Condominium Units and Townhomes, up to 550,000 sq. ft. of Commercial Space
Developer Partner:
Castlepoint Investments
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Project News

Occupancies Have Begun at West Towns

Portfolio Updates
August 12, 2019

Since our last update on the West Towns, construction progress of townhome interiors have moved along quickly and we are pleased to share that the occupancy phase has begun.  New homeowners in the townhome phase of our Bloor West development…

Interior Construction Progresses at West Towns

Portfolio Updates
March 29, 2019

We are pleased to share our construction progresses for the West Towns, part of our Bloor West development. Interior work on the 32 residential townhomes has progressed well with work underway throughout the townhomes. Construction in the kitchens and bathrooms…

MOCA Reopens September 22 in Lower JCT

Portfolio Updates
September 4, 2018

Following a construction-filled summer, we are pleased to share that the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) will be reopening in our Lower JCT development on September 22. Retrofitting and renovations have transformed the 99-year-old historical Auto BLDG, preserving…

Construction Progresses over the Summer at Lower JCT

Portfolio Updates
August 24, 2018

Further to our last update, construction continues at our Lower JCT. development as visible in the aerial photographs of West TWNS along Perth Avenue and the Auto BLDG below. Installation of exterior brick finishes are underway the majority of townhome…

Construction Continues at Lower JCT

Portfolio Updates
July 18, 2018

Construction activity at our Lower JCT development continues to progress on the West TWNS and Auto BLDG. All plumbing and electrical rough-ins for townhome blocks 1 and 2 (two north blocks) are now complete, with insulation and drywall now being…

West TWNS Construction Update

Portfolio Updates
February 13, 2018

Despite a slight delay due to the extremely cold weather in December 2017, construction of the West TWNS portion of our Lower JCT development continues. Framing work began on schedule with the first block nearly completed at the end of…

Lower JCT Construction Update

Portfolio Updates
November 1, 2017

Since our last Lower JCT. construction update, the foundation of two of the four West TWNS townhome blocks has been completed and foundational work on the two remaining blocks is currently underway. Construction work is being sequenced block-by-block, and framing…

Lower JCT. Museum FLTS 100% Sold Out!

Portfolio Updates
June 23, 2017

We are pleased to report that the Museum FLTS. phase of the Lower JCT. project is completely sold out! Strong sales followed the Museum FLTS. launch in May 2016, with buyers drawn to the innovative building design, modern styling, and…

Lower JCT. Construction Progress Update

Portfolio Updates
June 21, 2017

Construction on the Auto BLDG. continues, with electrical and plumbing systems currently being installed throughout the building. New windows are expected to be fitted into place within the next few weeks. Once the base building is complete, the tenant fit-out…

The Stop’s Night Market and Lower JCT. Common Grounds 2.0 Launch a Success!

Portfolio Updates
June 14, 2017

Greybrook was proud to take part in the launch of the Lower JCT. Common Grounds 2.0 at the Stop’s Night Market VIP reception last night. Taking place at the Lower JCT. Sales Gallery, the VIP reception featured speeches from the…

Join Greybrook at Lower JCT for The Stop’s Night Market

June 13, 2017

Join Greybrook and development partner Castlepoint Numa June 13th and 14th for The Stop’s annual Night Market taking place at our Lower JCT. development site. Inspired by night markets from around the world, The Stop’s Night Market brings together creatives…

Lower JCT. Featured on Urban Toronto

June 7, 2017

Lower JCT, a Greybrook development with developer partner Castlepoint Numa was recently featured on Urban Toronto (UT). The UT article focused on the recent submission of The Site Plan Approval, helping to take another step towards the Museum of Contemporary…

MOCA Awarded $5.1 Million by Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

February 10, 2017

Greybrook is thrilled to have been in attendance to hear Mélanie Joly, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, announce a $5.1 million grant to the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) for renovations of its new home in the Lower…

Get to know the faces of Lower JCT.

Portfolio Updates
January 31, 2017

The creative minds behind the revitalization and redesign of the area surrounding the historic Tower Automotive Building have been profiled in the latest Lower JCT.  blog. The Castlepoint Greybrook Sterling development will not only provide a new home to MOCA…

MOCA Makes CNN’s Global List of Most Anticipated Museums Opening in 2017

January 10, 2017

The Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada’s new home in Lower JCT’s historic Tower Automotive Building made CNN’s global list of the most anticipated, and beautifully designed, museums opening in 2017. Highlighting the adaptive reuse project led by Castlepoint Greybrook Sterling and…

Bloor West Boasts Canada’s Most Expensive Retail Stretch

Portfolio Updates
January 6, 2017

The 2016/2017 Main Streets Across the World report from international commercial real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield found that Toronto’s Bloor Street West between Yonge Street and Avenue Road is Canada’s most expensive stretch of retail frontage. Rents along this…

BlogTO names Lower JCT & 140 Yorkville top two Toronto condos of 2016

January 4, 2017

BlogTO’s list of the top 10 new Toronto condo developments in 2016 kicks off with two Greybrook Realty Partners developments leading the way. Lower JCT. (in partnership with Castlepoint Numa) and 140 Yorkville/33 Avenue (in partnership with Empire Communities) were…

Choose your own adventure in Lower JCT.

Portfolio Updates
October 28, 2016

Those who may have missed the Lower JCT. Common Ground launch event can still explore the future home of this exciting development and the area surrounding it through an interactive “Choose Your Own Adventure” style website. Your journey begins as…

Lower JCT. Common Ground Launch a Success

Portfolio Updates
October 26, 2016

The commercial component of our Lower JCT. development launched last night thanks to a creative and successful VIP preview event hosted by Greybrook’s developer partner, Castlepoint Numa. “Where creativity plays with potential and entrepreneurs triumph,” Common Ground is a 3,000…

MOCA’s Lower JCT. Makeover in the News Again

August 29, 2016

Part of the Lower JCT. development, the restoration of the Tower Automotive Building (or AUTO BLDG.) was featured recently on Daily Commercial News. Highlighting how the first five floors of the space will become home to the Museum of Contemporary…

Final Museum FLTS. Units Promoted in Globe and Mail Ad Campaign

August 22, 2016

With steady continued interest in Lower JCT. from both the media and homebuyers, a recent Globe and Mail ad campaign offered a chance to snatch up one of the twenty remaining units in Museum FLTS. before the iconic development sells…

West Toronto Railpath Extension Improves Access to Lower JCT.

August 19, 2016

The Province of Ontario recently announced the extension of the West Toronto Railpath trail to King Street West, providing future residents of the nearby Lower JCT. development with easier and safer pedestrian/cycling access to the downtown core.   Currently the…

Lower JCT. Featured on Urban Toronto

Portfolio Updates
August 11, 2016

The Castlepoint Numa and Greybrook Realty Partners’ Lower JCT. development is in the news again, thanks to a recent feature on UrbanToronto. The piece describes how the project will transform the previously industrial site, bringing 1,000 residents and 2,500 jobs…

Lower JCT. Construction Update for July

Portfolio Updates
July 31, 2016

Restoration and renovation work continues at the AUTO BLDG as part of the Lower JCT. development. Thus far, interior columns have been sandblasted, concrete floors have been ground and polished, new doorways are being cut for the passenger elevator within…

Lower JCT. Friends and Family Museum FLTs. Launch a Success

Portfolio Updates
May 9, 2016

Hot on the heels of the Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada (MOCA_TO) announcement, Greybrook Realty Partners and Castlepoint Development Group were proud to launch the Lower JCT’s latest residential offering: Museum FLTs. Debuting to a select group of attendees at a…

MOCCA Rebrands, Will Occupy Five Floors of Tower Automotive Building in Lower JCT.

Portfolio Updates
March 29, 2016

At today’s press conference, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA) announced their rebranding and the opening of the Museum of Contemporary Art_Toronto_Canada, devoted to the art of the XXIst Century. The new museum will occupy five floors of the…

Demolition and Retrofit of the Tower Automotive Building Continues at Lower JCT. Site

Portfolio Updates
March 25, 2016

The retrofit of the Tower Automotive Building’s interiors continues at the Lower JCT. development site, as evidenced by debris piling up as the historical structure is prepared for a new cultural tenant: the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA). Photos…

Urban Toronto Lists Lower JCT. in Growth to Watch For in 2016

February 3, 2016

In another installment of Urban Toronto’s Growth to Watch For in 2016 series, the Castlepoint Numa-Greybrook Realty Partners’ Lower JCT. development was featured in the Bloor West region recap. While the article focuses on the redevelopment and restoration of the…

Ashler Urban Announced as Commercial Leasing Representatives for Lower JCT.

Portfolio Updates
January 7, 2016

We are pleased to announce that Ashlar Urban Realty has been given the mandate to lease the office and retail components of the Lower JCT. project. A Toronto-based commercial real estate firm, Ashler Urban brings years of market insight and…

Lower JCT. Friends & Family Event a Success

December 10, 2015

Our Lower JCT. Friends and Family event was a great success, with many of our partners in attendance to preview the recently announced West TWNS. townhomes in the first phase of this multi-phase development. During the event, Castlepoint Numa also…

Lower JCT. Logo and Townhome Designs Revealed

Portfolio Updates
December 9, 2015

The recently branded Lower JCT. development now has a logo to match the project’s modern, artistic approach to communities through innovative architecture and livable planning. Symbolizing the Lower Junction Area, the clean, geometric logo is distinctive and suits the areas’…

Lower JCT. Sales Campaign Kicks Off With Unique Ads

Portfolio Updates
December 9, 2015

Newspaper readers were the first to see examples of the Lower JCT. sales campaign, courtesy of ads which ran in the print editions of the Globe and Mail Real Estate News section and the front page news section of the…

Sterling Road in the News Again!

September 30, 2015

Adding to the newsreel surrounding Lower JCT. and the Sterling Road community is an in-depth article from the Toronto Star highlighting the artistic underpinnings and successful small businesses that have taken root in this area. Considered an easy-to-miss urban industrial…

Lower JCT. Drawing Significant Media Attention

September 28, 2015

The news of Lower JCT. has been stirring quite a buzz on news and media outlets. Following the official press release, published by CNW on August 19th 2015, this feature has since been picked up by several pertinent and well-renowned…

158 Sterling Ave. Development branded as “Lower JCT.”

Portfolio Updates
September 3, 2015

The Bloor West mixed use development project in the Lower Junction Triangle neighbourhood at Perth and Sterling will be branded Lower JCT. (Lower Junction). The announcement was formally made in a press release issued by Castlepoint Numa and City Councillor…

Bloor West Design Partner: Architects Alliance

Portfolio Updates
August 20, 2015

For the Greybrook Bloor West Limited Partnerships development, The Castlepoint Group has selected the award-winning firm, Architects Alliance (aA) to lead the design process for both the retrofit of the heritage designated Tower Automotive Building and the first mid-rise residential…

Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art to Move to the Tower Automotive Building on a Castlepoint and Greybrook site

Portfolio Updates
July 10, 2015

The Tower Automotive Building at Queen and Shaw in Toronto’s Junction area will become the new home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MoCCA) thanks to a deal with The Castlepoint Group six years in the making. “They will…

Greybrook Closes a $22,400,000 Equity Financing for a Mixed-Use Development with Castlepoint Group

Company News
July 6, 2015

TORONTO, Ontario – July 6, 2015 – Greybrook Securities Inc. and Greybrook Realty Partners Inc. are pleased to announce the successful closing of a $22,400,000 equity private placement offering of units of the Greybrook Bloor West Limited Partnership and The…

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