158 Sterling Road, Toronto, ON, M6R 2B2
The Junction Triangle has always been a quiet mecca of creativity and alive with rich history. The reimagined Lower JCT. is built on these foundations. The new development celebrates these inherent qualities through innovative architecture and livable neighborhood planning. MOCCA, the Museum for Contemporary Canadian Art has proudly announced that the restored Automotive Building, in the heart of the community, will become home to their new gallery space. Numa Development Corporation has gained full approval for the multi-phase development plan. Alongside Greybrook Realty Partners, they have committed tens of millions of dollars into the establishment of the Lower JCT. as a landmark destination for the city of Toronto.