Originate Developments and Harlo Capital have unveiled a collaboration with NBA-star and Toronto Raptor, Scottie Barnes, on a new condominium project located in Downtown Toronto.

Situated at the Bathurst and Richmond intersection, Reside on Richmond will feature 210 residential units across 18-storeys. Barnes was personally involved in designing one of the buildings amenities, a state of the art sports stimulator room, and is also choosing Reside on Richmond as his future residence.

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Working with Scottie Barnes on Reside on Richmond is an incredibly exciting opportunity for Originate Developments and Harlo Capital,” says Adam Sheffer, Partner, Originate Developments. Barnes is a successful pro athlete who embodies a vibrant and active lifestyle that aligns with the project’s vision, which is to reflect the dynamic lifestyle of this neighbourhood, prioritizing design excellence and urban convenience to enhance the quality of life for our residents.

Barnes, a Toronto resident and NBA 2021-2022 Rookie of the Year, is also recognized for his dedication to community engagement and inspiring the next generation on and off the court.

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I love Toronto, the diversity it offers and the sense of community it brings, and I am thrilled to team with Originate Developments and Harlo Capital on the Reside on Richmond project.” says Scottie Barnes. “As an athlete, I am always seeking new ways to innovate, and this collaboration allows me to bring that energy to creating a space that can truly inspire the residents. I am especially excited about designing the state of the arts sports stimulator room where residents can play, train and stay active. Together we are building something incredible for the community and I can’t wait to see it all come to life”.

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Designed by Kirkor Architects and Planners, Reside on Richmond is a modern residential tower, featuring a restored heritage building at street level with commercial retail fronting Bathurst Street.

"Our aim was to create a building that respects the language of Richmond, allowing residents to reside in a space that depicts home and comfort and at the same time connects with the experiences that King and Queen have to offer,” says Roman Pevcevicius, Partner, Kirkor Architects and Planners. "We carefully developed the massing of the project to embrace the trichotomy of the three streets resulting in a project with a distinct personality.

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The project’s interiors are designed by Truong Ly Design, and will feature three levels of amenities, including a party room, games room, co-working space with private meeting rooms, gym, and yoga studio.

Reside on Richmond’s interior design takes an authentic approach by deviating away from mimicking hotel-like experiences, and instead embracing the true essence of a home with subtle touches that add luxury and sophistication," says Truong Ly, Founder, Truong Ly Design. "We have combined artistry with modernism to create that tasteful balance between moments and spaces throughout the building to add playfulness, energy, comfort, warmth, and functionality.

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Reside on Richmond will feature suites ranging from studios to three bedroom units. More details about the project will be unveiled later in the Fall.

For more information about Reside on Richmond, visit: https://resideonrichmond.com