Lower Junction Construction Update

West Towns – 20 Perth Avenue

Work is progressing steadily at the West Towns site. Crews have been pouring the concrete footings for the town home foundations. Once the footings are complete the next phase of foundation work will begin. In August, we expect that municipal servicing will begin to be connected to the site. More information will be provided once details and schedules are confirmed. As work progresses, care is being taken to ensure there are no significant traffic impacts.  


Auto Building – 158 Sterling Road

The Auto Building’s restoration work continues to progress. This month has seen the completion of the main elevator slab on the basement level, as the installation of lighting systems and ductwork continues. Studs for the interior drywall that will form studios and offices to the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto are being installed on the 4th and 5th floors. Studs are also installed on the perimeter walls on the 4th, 5th and 7th floors. Steel beams for the 10th floor roof and north lights have been installed.   Sealing has been completed for the columns and the concrete floors have been sealed and polished on the 4th, 5th and 7th floors. Sealing and polishing work is set to begin on the 3rd and 6th floors. On the north exterior of the Auto Building, excavation and preparation work is underway to install a storm water management tank and sanitary sewer connections. This work will continue through the balance of the summer.

Castlepoint Greybrook Sterling Inc. is pleased to provide regular updates on construction activity and Lower Junction project developments, we encourage you to check back regularly at: www.lowerjct.com/updates.