House of Assembly is a new condo development by Marlin Spring and Greybrook Realty Partners currently in preconstruction at 181 Sterling Road, Toronto. Sales for available units start from the $600,000's. House of Assembly has a total of 256 units.
Live at the intersection of culture and craft, and be a part of the evolution.This is your opportunity to live in Sterling Junction, Toronto’s most culturally-rich community. As the first of three inspired condominium houses set within Sterling Junction, the House of Assembly will set the stage for this master–planned community. Set only a stone’s throw from The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and with all of Sterling Junction’s eclectic offerings at your doorstep, House of Assembly brings you inspired design, spacious suites, remarkable city views, and beautifully refined finishes – perfectly assembled for contemporary living.
Highlights & Why to buy condo unit at House of Assembly Condos:
1. Lifestyle Amenities: House of Assembly Condos is very conveniently located near CN Tower, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, Waterfront Toronto, Harbourfront Centre and other attractions in Toronto area. Basic necessities and amenities like Shoppers Drug Mart, Lowe’s Home Improvement, Walmart Supercentre, Winners, Canadian Tire, Home Depot and many more are in close proximity to House of Assembly. Eat out places like KIBO Sushi House, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Firehouse Subs, Tim Hortons, McDonald’s, Takht-e Tavoos Restaurant, Egg Sunrise Grill, Pizza Nova, Sushi Japanese Restaurant, Tim Hortons, The Good Fork, and any more are near to this new development where residents can spend and enjoy their leisure time.
2. Excellent for professionals and students- University of Toronto – St. George Campus, Ryerson University, York University Heights, St. Michael’s College School are within 20 minutes’ drive from House of Assembly Condos.
3. Green Space- High Park, Park Drive Reservation Lands, Humber Bay Park East and many other open and green spaces are in close proximity of House of Assembly Condos where residents can enjoy their time with family and friend.
4. Transit A perfect transit score of 100/100. House of Assembly rivals Union Station for transit and accessibility. Travel to Union Station in 8 minutes or Pearson Airport in under 20 minutes. Subways, trains, streetcars, dedicated bike lanes and buses all complement the rich transit options at Sterling Junction.
5. Master Plan
Sterling Junction is the first master-planned community in one of the most popular development areas in the City. With over 9,000 suites coming to market in the neighbourhood in the next few years, this is an investment opportunity that can’t be missed. Master-planned communities experience faster price appreciation, and locations with future development experience faster growth than lone development towers. This is your opportunity to get in at the ground level of Toronto’s most desirable Community. House of Assembly is where it all begins.
Sterling Junction is a neighbourhood that is evolving into one of the city’s most exciting new urban communities. With the development of Marlin Spring’s three condominium buildings and Hines’ T3 development gracing the landscape with three sustainably designed commercial buildings totalling 420,000 SF of space, together with the plethora of existing galleries, stores, bars and cafes, new shops, restaurants and parks will add even more excitement to a neighbourhood that is already one of Toronto’s most desirable communities.
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Marlin Spring is a fully integrated real estate company that strategically acquires, develops, constructs, and repositions assets throughout North America. Deemed Canada’s fastest growing company in 2020 by Canadian Business.
Greybrook Realty Partners Greybrook Realty Partners is a Toronto-based private equity firm that invests in large-scale real estate development and value-add assets. Greybrook’s diversified real estate portfolio includes investments in more than 80 projects that represent over 39 million square feet of residential and commercial density in aggregate, with an estimated completion value of $17 billion