Lower Junction Construction Update

West Towns – 20 Perth Avenue

The current focus of construction work at the West Towns is the exterior brick masonry work. Installation is complete on the west side of the northern section of townhouses and is moving steadily south across the site. Work on the east facades will get underway in the coming weeks.

The construction crew is also busy working on the interiors of the townhouses. Finishing work will continue through the spring and early summer.

Municipal servicing work is now expected to commence late spring or early summer. As soon as the schedule for this municipal servicing work is finalized, a printed notice will be circulated to the community prior to work commencing; and a digital notification will also be posted to the project website.

Auto Building – 158 Sterling Road

Work on the exterior of the Auto Building reached a new milestone with the completion of two glass additions on the west side of the building, which will provide access to the café and lobby areas on the ground floor.

The construction crew is working on the finishing touches of the Museum’s gallery interiors on the ground, second and third floors. The glass partitions that frame the new entrance lobby have been installed. Drywall for the interior area of the Museum café has been installed, with only finishing work remaining to be completed.

The upper floors of the Auto Building from 6 to 10 have been completed to a base condition. Final restoration work on a portion of the 9th floor slab has been completed. Tenants of floors 6 to 10 are now able to fit out their spaces to suit their needs.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto will be inviting the public for a sneak peak preview weekend, May 26-27, 2018, for Doors Open Toronto. The Museum’s international grand opening will be on September 22, 2018.