Lower Junction Construction Update

West Towns – 20 Perth Avenue

Exterior brickwork is progressing steadily at the West Towns. Installation is now complete on the west side of the two northern sections of townhouses. Work will begin shortly on the two southern sections of townhouses. Soon the installation of the brick masonry will commence on the east facades, facing Perth Avenue.

Work on the interiors of the townhouses continues, with finishing scheduled to for the balance of 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

The new accesses road that will lead from Sterling Road to the western entrance of the Auto Building has been graded and prepared for paving. Asphalt paving is getting undereway and this roadway should be ready by the beginning of June if not before.

Interior finishing is moving ahead for the two glass additions on the west side of the building. These provide access to the Museum of Contemporary Art’s café as well as the lobby areas on the ground floor.

The Museum has taken possession of the 5th through 2nd floors. Work is continuing on the main floor with the completion of final finishes. The heritage doors that have been preserved have been installed along with the new glazing for the main floor entranceways.

The upper floors of the Auto Building from 6 to 10 were completed have been completed to a base condition and tenants are beginning to move into them.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto will have its international grand opening on September 22, 2018.