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St Clair Avenue West between Keele Street and Old Weston Road construction Nov 25th to May 11

Thks to blog reader Manny for posting this in the comments.

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Some partial work for the road widening has already started

• Sidewalk on the south side of St Clair Avenue West between Keele Street and Old Weston Road will be closed from November 18 to Dec 20, 2013.

November 14, 2013

St. Clair Avenue West Construction
Avenue Road to Gunn’s Road
Start Date: November 25, 2013 – End Date: May 11, 2014
In November 2013 the City of Toronto will carry out construction activities on St Clair Avenue west
between Avenue Road and Gunn’s Road including road widening and partial sidewalk repairs.
Construction Details – orange highlighted are Junction areas parts
Delta Bingo (west of Old Weston Road) road realignment / widening on St Clair West, including pole
relocation and street lighting relocation in front of Delta Bingo,

new planter at the TTC Shelter
construction at St Clair West and Dufferin St, pole removals, curb nose adjustment,

poetry on the street installation,

new street lighting installation on existing poles at Avenue Road and St Clair,

BIA street lights at McRoberts and St Clair, Trunk Watermain connections to the district main at two

locations, Gunn’s Loop directional bore and partial Sidewalk Reconstruction.
Traffic Restrictions
• Minimum of one traffic lane at each direction will be maintained at all times.
• Sidewalk on the south side of St Clair Avenue West between Keele Street and Old Weston Road
will be closed from November 18 to Dec 20, 2013.
Work Hours
The City Contractor’s work hours are expected to be 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Friday, and from 9
a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends, with work after hours as required. After-hours work by the contractor in
coordination with TTC is required to support the daytime construction and complete the project as
quickly as possible.
Parking Restrictions & Pedestrian Access
On-street parking will not be permitted in the active work zones. Safety barricade fencing will be
placed to provide a safe barrier between the work and pedestrians. Pedestrian access to businesses
and walkways will be maintained on both sides of all roads during construction. The contractor will
further notify businesses of any other temporary disruptions.
For More Information
Project web-pages:

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






140_logo Main - Model Suite


Example units, the most expensive and the least their are 7 various priced units in between these at different prices.


From $438,900
Indoor Living Area: 1,298 sq. ft.
2 storeys
2 bedrooms
1.5 bathrooms




From $302,900
Indoor Living Area: 681 sq. ft.
2 storeys
1 bedrooms
1 bathrooms


  • The Drain Water Heat Recovery systems ensure that you can recover heat from the hot water used in your home.
  • Increased insulation on all doors, windows, walls and ceilings provides a more comfortable home that doesn’t waste heat.
  • Energy and water efficient features — such as high performing, low-flow plumbing fixtures,and ENERGY STAR®** appliances — help home owners conserve resources and lower monthly costs.
  • Heat Recovery Ventilation brings fresh filtered air in, ensuring that your home always has the best air quality.
  • The “All-Off ” Switch saves time and conserves energy with one flick of the switch.
  • Over 75% of construction waste is diverted from the landfill.