Introducing 316 Junction Condominiums – a new high-rise condominium by Marlin Spring coming soon to the popular Junction Triangle neighbourhood in Toronto.
Development Details – 316 Junction Condominiums
316 Junction Condominiums will be a 26-storey high-rise condo with a total of 283 residential units. The units will have plans from 1-bedroom to 3-bedroom and will have between 481 and 1,336 sq. ft. in indoor floor space. With the floorplans awe have available, all the units have additional outdoor floor space in the form of a balcony or terrace.
The condo will have over 12,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor amenities, with the indoor amenities located across three floors. The first floor of the building will have a lobby lounge, outdoor lounge, library lounge, co-working space and pet wash. On the fifth floor, there will be a fitness centre, games room, art studio, party room, theatre room, outdoor lounge, and outdoor BBQ area. Finally, on the sixth floor, there will be an additional fitness centre plus a yoga and meditation room. In addition to the amenities on offer to residents, the development will include a community park on the site, for the benefit of everyone in the area.
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316 Junction is just a 10-minute walk away form Bloordale Village – a popular stretch of Bloor Street that offers a range of cafes, restaurants and shops. Only slightly farther away is Dufferin Mall, which offers 144 stores and 567,000 sq. ft. of retails space. Just 1.5km to the southwest, residents will find High Park and its 399 acres of green space that make it one of the most popular places in Toronto for recreation and relaxation.
316 Junction Condominiums has a great selection of transit options for residents. The condo will be 500m from Bloor GO train station and only 800m away from two subway stations (Dundas West and Lansdowne). Those three nearby stations provide quick and efficient routes by train, bus and subway to other parts of the city, as well as locations farther away in the Greater Toronto Area and Ontario.