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109OZ Lofts

109OZ Lofts Floor plans


An attractive layering of glass and concrete blocks forms the geometric façade of 109OZ Lofts. What better location than the art and design district of downtown Toronto. Residents who prefer a low-rise living can enjoy density without the excessive height.


The one bedroom and two bedroom units with optional den all feature the most exquisite finishes and materials, not to mention large window spaces for extensive views. The 109OZ Lofts lobby is like a minimalist color field painting, the height of crisp, clean modernism. Contemporary style is the hallmark of the 109OZ Lofts Condos allowing for a variety of décor options with ten-foot ceilings, gourmet kitchens, and spacious balconies.

Accessibility, Features & Amenities

And then there is that high-demand neighborhood on Ossignton full of fun and recreation. 109OZ Lofts Condo is a veritable hotspot loaded with nonstop diversions: shops, restaurants, parks, and services. Mass transit is minutes away. If you like live music, walk out your door and stroll with a purpose.

The music crowd awaits. You can alternatively enjoy the condo’s bar or have a quiet moment of contemplation in the building’s inner courtyard. Communal living means amenities galore from a full-time concierge, entertainment rooms and a lounge to a rooftop terrace with grills.

The Developer

Reserve Properties is part of the reshaping of the city with Bellefair, Lakehouse, Rise St. Clair West, and Motif. Each addition refashions the urban landscape. Real estate development is their forte with over ninety projects under their belt. With RAW Design architects, the condo building offers the best of the best inside and out. Only the highest standards prevail throughout the six floors and eighty-seven units from 504 to 1012 square feet of 109OZ Lofts.

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