House of Assembly Condos is a New Condo development by Marlin Spring Development located at Perth & Sterling Rd, Toronto.
Setting the stage for this new master-planned community coming to Sterling Junction, House of Assembly Condos will be the first tower. Offering spacious suites, inspiring designs, beautiful finishes, and breathtaking city views.
The junction is a place of heritage, rich culture, and architecture, connecting residents to its history of factories and warehouses. The area has been rediscovered by artists, writers, brewers, and makers, helping to create a culturally rich community, home to a wide array of eclectic lifestyle amenities. The Museum of Contemporary Art is just a stone's throw away, taking up home in the storied automotive building. This hidden gem of a neighbourhood is seeing new and exciting revitalization and transformation
Boasting 100/100 Transit Score, residents of House of Assembly Condos will have unrivaled access to transit options. TTC bus routes are located just steps away from home and streetcar routes are accessible just minutes away helping commuters to quickly connect to the subway. The GO Train and UP Express are also located within walking distance and can connect residents to the airport and Union Station.
House of Assembly Condos will be connected to the Sterling Junction by the West Rail Path which currently runs 2.1 kms between Dundas West and the Junction’s Cariboo Avenue, offering a safe and peaceful space for cyclists and runners alike to enjoy the surrounding green spaces and partake in daily exercise year-round.
Marlin Spring is an award-winning real estate and development company that has extensive experience in the industry, successfully building residential and commercial projects within the Greater Toronto Area.
Greybrook Realty Partners is the real estate investment and asset management division of Greybrook Capital, a North American private equity firm. Greybrook’s real estate investment portfolio includes over 80 developments and assets across Canada and the United States, representing 39 million sqft of residential and commercial space, valued at $17 billion.