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Caledonia train siding converted to towns with great view of the park.


50  town homes in  – Davenport Village. Built on the site of an old train spur side to side transport off load facility. Next to the development to the south some of the 1960’s though 70’s small industrial buildings remain. Light industrial mixed with house – so Greater Junction Area.

The series of builds rise at the roof-line as the build moves south. All have a view of the park.  in what seems to a trend in infill Toronto development the builder has used oriel windows as the defining facade detail, n these builds right above the entrance doors. The developer has also designed a  top floor balcony to view the park.


The concrete noise / train wall

The concrete noise / train wall




The Park view






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