Atria Development recently launched a luxury rental project at 80 Bond St. E., which at 20-storeys will be the tallest building in Oshawa.
The 370-suite development will sit beside Atria’s first Oshawa rental complex at 100 Bond East, now completed and leased.
The new $125 million project, with retail at ground level, will be located on one of the most central sites in the city, right beside the modern YMCA building, close to restaurants, cultural venues and shopping, as well as steps away from the Tribute Communities Centre, provincial courthouse, Costco and other major retailers.
For all of its projects across the GTA, from the conversion of old industrial buildings in Toronto to construction of new homes and townhouses, Atria makes sure its designs fit their context. The 80 Bond development is no exception.
Designers A&Architects have used similar materials to neighbouring 100 Bond, while incorporating light metal panels on upper levels to harmonize with the provincial courthouse. Ground level retail will complete the streetscape established by Atria’s first project.
The building will also feature an elegant lobby, a first-floor gym and fitness centre and a fifth-floor party room with kitchen, bar lounge and outdoor terrace with BBQ stations. Pet owners will have a convenient dog-wash station.
Occupancy will begin in spring 2021, with rents starting at $1,350 a month. Suites will range from 475-sq.-ft. studios to 1,700-sq.-ft. three bedrooms and penthouse suites. A rental office will open in the building in fall, 2020 or early 2021. Meanwhile, interested future tenants can register on Atria’s website.
“Oshawa’s downtown is on the cusp of a population boom, with 6,000 to 8,000 new residents expected to move into the city’s core over the next 10 to 15 years. 80 Bond Street is a cornerstone of that vision and a welcome addition to our downtown skyline. The intensification of our downtown through projects such as 80 Bond continues to make our City’s core one of the most vibrant urban environments east of Toronto,” said Oshawa Mayor Dan Carter.
For more information, visit atriadevelopment.ca