Reserve Properties continues to add to its growing project collection, having recently officially announced their newest development on Toronto's booming Ossington Avenue. Called 109OZ, the boutique condominium designed by RAW Architects will rise at Ossington and Argyle, smack in between Queen and Dundas and in the heart of the booming retail and entertainment strip.

109OZ in Toronto by Reserve Properties and RAW ArchitectsRendering for 109OZ, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

The project will rise six storeys and contain 85 units, as well as 105 feet of street-level retail. Looking to add to the area's "local colour" and diversity, the buildings form simultaneously staggers and angles, creating a dynamic façade. Accentuated by recessed balconies, the façade is further highlighted with varying colours that will be co-designed by purchasers, allowing for a unique level of exterior personalization we don't often see in condominiums.

109OZ in Toronto by Reserve Properties and RAW ArchitectsDetail of balconies and materials, image courtesy of Reserve Properties

Further variety is derived from the materials employed — the renderings show a building that is heavy on material and relatively light on glass, a welcome break from the monotonous glass buildings we tend to see around town. Dark brick and zinc cover the façade, and while they don't necessarily pull directly from the surrounding historic brown brick structures, they'll make for an interesting contrast as they age and integrate into the neighbourhood.

109 Ossington Avenue in Toronto Reserve Properties and RAW ArchitectsCurrent buildling at 109 Ossington Avenue, image from Google Maps

The project will feature a second floor amenity space, however no details have been released as to what it will contain. The building will offer one- and two-bedroom loft-style units, ranging from 500 to 1200 square feet and priced from the low $200,000's. For great high-definition renderings and detailed images, check out the newly created dataBase listing below, or see what Forum members are saying on the associated project forum.