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Ossington Avenue Strip Continues to Grow Post Restaurant Ban

[Photo via Abacus Lofts]

The Ossington Avenue 'hood is looking really good these days with boutique shops like Jonathan+Olivia and restaurants like The Saint, Pizza Libretto and Bellwoods Brewery with its summer-time patio. The new Abacus Lofts, coming soon to Dundas Street and Ossington Avenue, adds modern architecture to the already trendy neighbourhood with its bold cantilever design. A project by RAW Designs, the eight-storey building is one of few new interesting developments coming to the neighbourhood. The 109OZ Lofts, an angular six-storey building and another project by RAW Designs, will make its debut north of Queen Street, spring 2014. Thankfully, the Ossington strip restaurant ban is behind us, and future buyers can enjoy the neighbourhood.

Abacus Loft Details:
Unit size: 469 to 1,284 square feet
Number of units: 39
Price: Starting at $299,900
Expected completion date: Spring 2014

· Woods and Metals Meet in this Neat Suite in the Ossington/Dundas 'hood [National Post]
· In Toronto's Little Portugal, a Mix of Building Scale and a Taste of what's to come [Globe]
· OHBA builders rake in honours [National Post]