Queen Street West is quickly becoming one of the hottest areas for development in the City of Toronto. Infill projects seem to be the theme, which no doubt will be great news to locals, the city, and most importantly, the new residences of these projects.
Reserve Properties’ portfolio is quickly earning them a reputation as one of the go-to builders of cool and innovative infill projects. Within the past year, Reserve has launched Motif Lofts and Towns, Lakehouse Beach Residences, and Bellefire Kew Beach Residences, all great projects that have taken pockets of our city that are completely underused, and helped enhance the surrounding area while also adding some much needed residential infrastructure.
This time, Reserve is going back to Ossington, looking to repeat the success they had in late 2010 with Motif, and based on the application filed with the City of Toronto, they may not only repeat that success, they may surpass it. The not-yet-named project will sit at 109 Ossington and take the place of an auto repair shop.
The project will feature a six-storey condominium with ground-floor commercial aspects, an intimate 86 suites, and two levels of underground parking. Reserve will once again be teaming with RAW architects, a team that has designed some of Toronto’s coolest developments in the past few years.
Reserve Properties has been busy over the past 12 months. With Motif Lofts and Towns and Bellefair launched just under a year ago, followed up by Lakehouse Beach Residences and now Rise Condominiums, they are starting to become a real player in the new construction scene in Toronto.
To this point, much is not known about the development other than the basics, but fear not, as we will be keeping a close eye on this one!Google+