Register Now to Receive More Information, Prices, Floor Plans & More!
The Scarborough Junction development will be a highly walkable, pedestrian-first mixed-use development that enjoys a wide variety of accessible housing types, an abundance of convenient retail and a spoil of stress-free transit connections. It all culminates in a community that redefines the way we work and play.
This project will tie together several existing neighborhoods, creating a master-planned community connected to a major transit station. This new community will provide accessible housing and desirable real estate opportunities. The design will create public centric spaces with streets, squares and parks for an inclusive array of residents to enjoy.
Get to Union Station in 20 Minutes via the Scarborough GO station!
Also proposed are: 165,000 square feet of retail space, including a grocery store; a 40,000-square-foot community facility; a 10,000-square-foot daycare centre; a new 5,780-square-foot GO station; a 4.63-acre park; 3,666 parking spaces; a number of privately owned but publicly accessible spaces, including a public square surrounded by retail; plazas throughout the site; and a live/work pedestrian mews.
The plan for Scarborough Junction covers 10 development blocks that will include 17 residential buildings ranging in size from 12 to 48 storeys and encompassing 5.27 million square feet. They will have over 6000 condo units, including 22 live/work units, and 801 purpose-built rental units.
Republic Developments is a Toronto based city builder focused on creating transformative communities. Over the past decade, their experienced team has managed over 8 million square feet of residential and mixed-use projects, each leaving a distinctive mark on Toronto’s iconic skyline.
Harlo Capital seeks out exceptional real estate investment opportunities and partners in these projects with experienced, best in class developers. Harlo raises private equity from its extensive network of high net worth and institutional investors and co-invests with its own capital.