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Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and Castlepoint Numa Announce New Permanent Home for MOCCA in Toronto’s Lower Junction Area

The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and Castlepoint Numa announced their partnership in creating a new permanent home for the museum as the anchor tenant of a new mixed-use community in the emerging Lower Junction neighbourhood in Toronto. MOCCA will be moving its operations to 158 Sterling Road where it will occupy the first two and a half floors of the iconic Tower Automotive Building, which is being restored as part of an eight-acre community being built by Castlepoint Numa. Renovation of the c.1919 industrial heritage building has been approved and construction will begin as early as the fall of 2015, with a target for completion in the winter of 2016-17.

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Photo: The Tower Automotive Building and future home of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art