Grain Mass Timber Lofts

With its focus on sustainable and healthy living

Grain Mass Timber Lofts is an eco-friendly loft development by Gairloch Developments in Toronto, located at Dundas St W & Dupont St. This project promotes sustainability through the use of Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) construction, reducing its carbon footprint. The building features a serene central courtyard surrounded by greenery, enhancing the living environment. Located in the Junction Triangle, residents enjoy convenient access to a vibrant community and local amenities. Grain Mass Timber Lofts offers a sophisticated living experience with a strong commitment to environmental consciousness.

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    The Junction Triangle serves as a vital transportation hub, boasting an extensive network of subway and bus lines that facilitate easy citywide access for Grain Mass Timber Lofts residents. This accessibility enables them to explore Toronto’s abundant amenities.

    This neighborhood is a lively and diverse community, comprising families, young professionals, and artists. Throughout the year, the area hosts a multitude of community events and festivals, including the highly anticipated Junction Summer Solstice festival. The vicinity surrounding Grain Mass Timber Lofts reflects a rich cultural tapestry, featuring a diverse range of ethnicities and backgrounds that contribute to the neighborhood’s dynamic character.

    Residents can enjoy an array of local amenities, encompassing cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, and parks. Additionally, the West Toronto Railpath trail, a beloved feature, meanders through the area, providing an excellent recreational space for biking and walking.



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    Gairloch Developments is a Toronto-based real estate development company that prioritizes acquiring premium locations and constructing thoughtfully designed buildings that cater to the needs and preferences of individuals seeking desirable places to live, work, and shop.

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