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Scarborough Junction


Scarborough Junction

Scarborough Junction

A Total of 17 Condos are being proposed as a feature of the venture in the area encompassing the Scarborough GO Station, with statures going from 14 to an astounding 48 stories, totally changing the east end's horizon and giving in excess of 6,600 homes. 

Altogether, the aggressive proposition — just set forth to the City by neighborhood manufacturer Republic Developments and Harlo Capital with the name Scarborough Junction — will flaunt 4.5 sections of land park space, another 50,000 square feet of "network space" and hundreds and thousands of square feet of retail inherent a promenade style that organizes the public domain experience.

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The thought is to make a spot to live and shop, however an objective all by itself at the convergences of St. Clair East and Danforth Road. What's more, the underlying renderings show a pretty dynamite rethinking of the district, including how the GO station itself is utilized. 

The mind boggling will give another north access to the travel point and better common access. The station will fill in as a point of convergence, discrediting the requirement for a parking spot for each and every unit — there is an arrangement for 3,666 spots for vehicles, and 7,366 spots for bicycles — and taking into consideration more greenery and mutual outside space all things being equal.


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The critical endeavor is set to supplant properties at present occupied by different warehouses, a creation office, a church, a games office and some low-rise business retail facades. 

In the event that it pushes ahead, it will absolutely liven up the territory and give significantly more space for the community to play and call home — and ideally a less expensive, still entirely open option in contrast to downtown.