Lower Junction Construction Update

West Towns – 20 Perth Avenue

All concrete work on the West Towns is now complete. The next phase of work is now underway: framing the upper levels of the townhouses. This work has begun at the north end of the site and will continue within the rest of the block. All the on-site servicing including water and sanitary piping is complete and ready to be connected to municipal services.

Municipal servicing work is expected to commence in the coming months. As soon as the schedule for this municipal servicing work is finalized, both a printed and digital notice will be circulated to the community prior to work commencing.



Auto Building – 158 Sterling Road

The Auto Building’s restoration is making strides, with sealing on the 10th-floor roof being substantially complete. Work is ongoing to connect the generator and air-handling units to the building’s systems. Work on the mechanical penthouse will continue through November.

The installation of air ducts, wall studs and insulation continues throughout the building. Drywall installation continues on the lower five floors that will be the new home of the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto.

New windows have been cut for the west face of the Auto Building. The new windows will look identical to the window treatments already installed throughout the building.

Installation work for the exterior museum-standard freight elevator along the northwest corner of the building will be ongoing through the month. This museum standard external freight elevator will serve three floors of the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto.

On the main floor, a concrete entrance ramp to permit accessible access to the entire Auto Building has been installed.