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Downtown Toronto’s never-ending construction works and soaring property prices have for over a decade been pushing Torontonians to look for more affordable and cosier alternatives in the city’s West End. While Ossington and Roncesvalles have long passed their saturation points, it is time for the Junction to shine.

Named for its location among four rail lines built in the late 19th century, the Junction was until recently considered a drab neighbourhood. The area started to gradually emerge in the mid-noughties, and in the past five years it has…



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