Junction Residents Work To Create Heritage District

The Junction in West TorontoSaving a century-old home on High Park Avenue from demolition last spring was the catalyst for the Junction Residents Association (JRA) and the West Toronto Junction Historical Society (WTJHS) banding together to pursue a Heritage Conservation District in their neighbourhood.

“The key to heritage districts is people working together,” Architect Catherine Nasmith told her audience that had gathered in the basement of Axis Gallery and Grill on Dundas Street West at High Park Avenue. Click here to view the full article.

Here’s another sign of the continuing revival and maturation of The Junction as one of West Toronto‘s most desirable neighbourhoods. Achieving a heritage conservation district designation in The Junction will be a long (at least 10 years) and challenging process, but will add a significant point of distinction for the area.