House of Assembly

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High-Rise Condo in Toronto

Sterling Junction Community | 158 Sterling Road, Toronto, ON

As the first of three condominium buildings in an unmatched master-planned neighborhood, the House of Assembly offers an innovative design, large apartments, amazing city views, highly polished finishing, and a good transit rating – an ideal mix for modern life.

Toronto’s most ethnically diverse neighborhood is Sterling Junction. The House of Assembly, the first of three inventive condos in Sterling Junction, will set the tone for this planned community. House of Assembly offers creative design, large apartments, amazing city views, and flawlessly polished details – all of which are excellently combined for modern life.

House of Assembly is a new condo property now under construction at 158 Sterling Road in Toronto by Marlin Spring and Greybrook Realty Partners. The planned completion date for the project is 2025.


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Toronto’s House of Assembly at Sterling Junction is situated at 158 Sterling Road. The principal junction is at the intersection of Dundas Street West and Bloor Street West. The region along Bloor Street West and between South Kingsway and Ellis Park Road is a very fashionable and populated section of the city. There are over 400 stores and restaurants, the most majority of which are locally or independently owned and provide eating, shopping, and entertainment opportunities.

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Transportation The structure offers a strong network of transportation options. Residents may readily reach bus lines within a few feet of their homes. Bloor GO Station, Dundas West Subway Station, and Lansdowne Subway Station are within an 11-minute walk, enabling travellers to reach downtown Toronto in roughly 30 minutes. In addition, since the site is connected to the Gardiner Expressway, those who drive may reach downtown Toronto and key job centers within twenty minutes.


Numerous schools in the vicinity contribute to the area’s allure, particularly for families and children. Many public and private institutions, including Fern Avenue Junior and Senior Public School, St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School, and Westminster Classical Christian Academy, are conveniently accessible from the House of Assembly at Sterling Junction.

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Marlin Spring


Marlin Spring is a Toronto-based real estate investment business that acquires, develops, builds, and repositions assets across North America. It was founded in 2013 by three seasoned industry veterans: Benjamin Bakst, Elliot Kazarnovsky, and Zev Mandelbaum. Before establishing this flourishing development firm, the founders were integral members of the Lanterra Development team, another well-known corporation situated in the GTA.

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