Hipster ground zero
Formerly a sleepy stretch of hardware stores, bakeries and auto-repair garages, in the past five years Ossington has been reborn as the (exceedingly noisy) epicentre of Toronto hipsterdom. The influx of shabby-chic watering holes, second-hand clothing boutiques and line-up-worthy restaurants was so intense that Toronto City Council had to enact a temporary liquor-licence ban to curb the strip’s expansion.
Latest Ossington Discussions
Community Consultation meeting about 109OZ
Ossington is the street Toronto loves — and loves to talk about. A developer (Reserve Properties) has recently filed an application for a building very...
News from Ossington
Tue Mar 26, 2013
It’s not abandoned—not quite. But for four years now, the building on the south side...