130 Cawthra Ave old Canada Bread facility …nu artist range!

Finally after a few decades of non existent artist and designer  space in the Junction after many decades an abundance of space before the lull the Junction area is getting a purpose renovated building for the purpose. Some interesting changes are taking place with loading docks becoming entryways.


Are we getting our 400 Duffern  Ave. Block?

hope so…




This area of the building was the former waste area of the building and the factory doors have been replaced with these facades.



Seems almost all units have have leased out except 4 of them. 17 of the 21 units have been leasted out. Would be interested to see who has or is mvoing into the Old Canada Bread Building and what businesses. Heard good things about the companies moving in. The area is getting a lot better now.

Hi there. We're just getting the word out on our new brewery/retail store in this building. Hope to see you there this fall


Junction Craft Brewing on track and under construction in The Junction.

Toronto, August 15, 2012.

Junction Craft Brewing today announced that it has moved into new premises for the brewing, sale and distribution of its popular craft beers. The brewery is located on Cawthra Avenue in the The Junction, close to the former site of the West Toronto C.P.R. station. Construction has started on a 3 hectolitre brewhouse, tasting room and retail outlet.

“We’re very excited to get going here by the early fall of this year,” said Junction Craft’s President Tom Paterson. “Up to this point Conductor's Craft Ale has been available as draft, mostly in Toronto area establishments. There's been such a great response that we’ve decided to brew other styles of beer, and make these available in 500 mL bottles and 1.9L growlers, available directly from the brewery. In addition to our signature Conductor's Craft Ale, these new beers will also be available in draft and cask formats for our licensee customers.”

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