DRP E-Update No. 70, September 19, 2019

The Design Review Panel (DRP) is a group of independent design professionals, including architects, landscape architects, urban designers and engineers. They review large-scale private development and public projects, and provide objective advice aimed at improving design of the public realm. Panel meetings are open to the public and interested persons are welcome to attend.

Next Meeting: Thursday September 19, 2019

Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 2 (2nd floor)

9:50 a.m. – 315-325 Front Street West (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning

Rendering showing the proposal for 171 Front St W

 

Presentations:

  • Sue Mcalpine, Community Planning; James Parakh, Urban Design
  • Pelli Clarke Architects, Adamson Associates Architects

Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit a mixed-use development including residential, office and retail uses in four buildings (2 residential and 2 office) and open space uses over the rail corridor. (Overbuild).

Find out more: 315-325 Front St W

11:20 a.m. – 171 Front Street West (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval, OPA & Rezoning

Rendering showing the proposal for 315-325 Front St W

Presentations:

  • Mladen Kukic, Community Planning
  • Bjarke Ingels Group, Adamson Associates, PUBLIC WORK

This application proposes to develop the lands at 171 Front Street West and 7 Station Street with a 48 storey office building.

Find out more: 171 Front St W

12:40 p.m. – 8450 Sheppard Avenue East (2nd Review)

Context map showing the proposed location of 8450 Sheppard Ave E

NE Scarborough Community Centre

Presentations:

  • Katrien Darling, Community Planning; Shan Li, Urban Design
  • Perkins & Will

The City of Toronto is planning to construct a new multi-use community centre in Joyce Trimmer Park.

Find out more: 8450 Sheppard Ave E

2:00 p.m. – Transit Design Guide (1st Review)

Application: City Study

Presentations:

  • Eric Mann, Transportation Planning, Urban Design
  • Paul Kulig, Perkins & Will

The Transit Design Guide will build upon applicable policies of the Official Plan to safeguard the public interest by establishing guidelines, requirements and strategies to achieve consistent and high quality outcomes for the design of transit infrastructure in the City of Toronto.

 

3:00 p.m. Adjournment

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DRP E-Update No. 69, July 18, 2019

The Design Review Panel (DRP) is a group of independent design professionals, including architects, landscape architects, urban designers and engineers. They review large-scale private development and public projects, and provide objective advice aimed at improving design of the public realm. Panel meetings are open to the public and interested persons are welcome to attend.

Next Meeting: Thursday July 18, 2019

Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 2 (2nd floor)

11:30 a.m. – 78-90 Queen’s Park – Joint University of Toronto Panel (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning

An image of a 9-story, 15,633 square metre building on the site, that would comprise institutional and ancillary uses, including a recital hall, laboratories, work areas, meeting rooms, offices and a café.

 

Presentations:

  • Paul Johnson, Community Planning; Nasim Adab, Urban Design
  • Diller Scofidio+Renfro, architects Alliance

Zoning By-Law Amendment application to permit a 9-storey, 15,633 square metre building on the site, that would comprise institutional and ancillary uses, including a recital hall, laboratories, work areas, meeting rooms, offices and a café.

Falconer Hall is proposed to be partially retained and integrated into the development while the McLaughlin Planetarium is proposed to be demolished.

Find out more: 78-90 Queen’s Park

1:00 p.m. – Inclusionary Zoning (1st Review)

Application: City Study

Inclusionary Zoning Graphic: Overlapping red, pink and purple house icons over a solid black background

Presentations:

  • Christine Ono & Deanna Chorney, Strategic Initiatives, Policy & Analysis

The City of Toronto has developed proposed policy directions for inclusionary zoning based on findings from an in-depth analysis of housing needs and demands over the past 10 years, current trends in market pricing for ownership and rental housing, and potential impacts of inclusionary zoning on the financial viability of market developments. Following pubic consultations in Spring and Summer 2019, staff will report back to the Planning and Housing Committee later in 2019.

Find out more: Inclusionary Zoning

2:20 p.m. – 31R Parliament Street (2nd Review)

Image of future site plan application for the 49-storey tower and 5-storey Ribbon Building OPA/rezoning application that was previously LPAT approved in 2017.

Application: OPA & Rezoning

Presentations:

  • Henry Tang, Community Planning; James Parakh, Urban Design
  • SHoP Architects, Quadrangle, Daoust Lestage

This submission forms the future site plan application for the 49-storey tower and 5-storey Ribbon Building OPA/rezoning application that was previously LPAT approved in 2017.

Find out more: 31R Parliament Street

3:50 p.m. – 20-100 Cowdray Court (1st Review)

Application: Zoning Amendment & Subdivision Image of Multi-phased, high density, mixed use development on 6 blocks of land on Cowdray Court.

Presentations:

  • Katrien Darling, Community Planning; Sasha Terry, Urban Design
  • Steven Teeple, Teeple Architects

Multi-phased, high density, mixed use development on 6 blocks of land on Cowdray Court. Includes dedication of lands for expansion of Collingwood Park and for future public road and road connections.

Find out more: 20-100 Cowdray Court

5:00 p.m. Adjournment

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DRP E-Update No. 68, June 20, 2019

The Design Review Panel (DRP) is a group of independent design professionals, including architects, landscape architects, urban designers and engineers. They review large-scale private development and public projects, and provide objective advice aimed at improving design of the public realm. Panel meetings are open to the public and interested persons are welcome to attend.

Next Meeting: Thursday June 20, 2019

Toronto City Hall, Committee Room 2 (2nd floor)

2:25 p.m. – Yonge Street North Planning Study (2nd Review)

Application: City Study

Map of Yonge St North Planning Study

Presentations:

  • Guy Matthew & Victoria Fusz, Community Planning; Rong Yu, Urban Design

 

The City has initiated a planning study to develop a vision for the future of the Yonge Street corridor between Finch Avenue and Steeles Avenue in response to existing and anticipated development pressures in the area.

The Study will determine the level of development that can be supported by the existing and improved transportation network and planned higher order transit system. The primary objective of the Study is to provide a comprehensive set of planning tools to realize the vision for the area and respond to increasing development pressures.

 

Find out more: Yonge Street North Planning Study

3:35 p.m. – 300-304 The East Mall (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning

 

Presentations:

  • Rendering of 300-304 The East Mall buildingNicole Ivanov, Community Planning; Maryam Sabzevari, Urban Design
  • Quadrangle Architects

 

To amend the City of Toronto Zoning By-law No. 569-2013 and the former City of Etobicoke Zoning Code to permit a mixed-use development consisting of one residential building with ground floor retail and three residential apartment towers above a 5-9 storey podium base building.

A new public park, a new central road and parking above and below grade are proposed. The existing 9-storey office building on the site would be demolished.

 

Find out more: 300-304 The East Mall844 Don Mills Rd

4:45 p.m. –176-178 Front St E & 33 Sherbourne St (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning

 176-178 Front St & 33 Sherbourne St

Presentations:

  • Henry Tang, Community Planning; Myron Boyko, Urban Design; Paul Maka, Heritage Preservation Services
  • Giannone Petricone Associates

Zoning By-law Amendment to permit a 37-storey building consisting of a 2-storey base building and a 25-storey tower. The application proposes 439 residential units and 1,427.2 sq.m. of retail uses.

 

Find out more: 176-178 Front St & 33 Sherbourne St2-8 Gloucester Street

5:55 p.m. – 2 Bloor Street West (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning

 

Presentations:

Aerial rendering of 2 Bloor Street West Study (1st Review)

  • James Parakh, Urban Design
  • Giannone Petricone Associates

 

Zoning By-law Amendment application to facilitate redevelopment of a portion of the site: three new residential towers of 50, 66 and 69 storeys in height atop a base building up to 9-storeys in height with a mixture of retail, office, and residential use.

 

Find out more: 2 Bloor St W

5:00 p.m. Adjournment

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11:45 a.m. – Galleria Mall Community Centre + Block 5 (1st Review)

(‘Galleria Mall’ was reviewed July 2016 and December 2017)

Application: OPA, Rezoning

2470347 Ontario Inc.

Site Plan for Galleria Mall

Presentations:

  • David Driedger, Community Planning; Ran Chen, Urban Design
  • Andre Frontini, Perkings + Will (for Community Centre); Marc Ryan, PUBLIC WORK (for Parks); Charles Gane, Core Architects (for Block 5)

 

The application site includes the Galleria Mall site and Wallace Emerson Park and Community Centre. The proposal involves a land exchange between the applicant and the City of Toronto for a portion of the park along Dufferin Street with a portion of the west side of the Galleria Mall site. Wallace Emerson Park will be enlarged and further reconfigured with a parkland dedication from the Galleria Mall site. The existing Wallace Emerson Community Centre will be demolished following the construction of a new larger community centre on the west side of the enlarged and reconfigured park.

The new development site will be divided into east and west parcels by a new north-south public road. The west development parcel will be divided into two blocks (Blocks 4 and 5). The site will be developed in phases.

 

Find out more: Galleria Mall

1:55 p.m. – Celestica IBM Building Block 12 (3rd Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval

Diamond Corp

Site Plan showing Block 12

Presentations:

  • Michelle Corcoran, Community Planning; Rong Yu, Urban Design
  • CORE Architects

 

The property at 844 Don Mills Road contains the former Canadian IBM head office and factory complex (now known as Celestica), completed in 1951 with later additions. The property was included on the City of Toronto’s Heritage Register in 2006. The proposal is the first phase of the application for redevelopment of the 60 acre property at the northwest quadrant of Eglinton Avenue East and Don Mills Road into a new mixed-use, transit supportive community called Wynford Green. This phase of development includes  the nine-storey Celestica office building and a total of 1,604 residential dwelling units in the form of three residential apartment buildings.

 

Find out more: 844 Don Mills Rd

3:15 p.m. – 2-8 Gloucester Street (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval

Elevation of the proposal for 2-8 Gloucester St

Presentations:

  • Kate Goslett, Community Planning; Vanathy Ganesharajah, Urban Design; Reynold Caskey, Heritage Preservation Services
  • Graziani + Corazza Architects, Claude Cormier + Associes

 

A Site Plan application for a 34-storey mixed-use building at 2-8 Gloucester Street & 601-613 Yonge Street. The proposal contains a retail use on the ground and partial second floor (260 square metres) and residential uses above.

 

Find out more: 2-8 Gloucester Street

4:35 p.m. – Eglinton West LRT Planning and Streetscape Study (1st Review)

Application: Transit Infrastructure

Plan showing proposed LRT route

Presentations:

  • Sabrina Salatino, Community Planning; Maryam Sabzevari, Urban Design
  • Perkins + Will

 

The study’s area of influence extends approximately 800 metres to the north and south of Eglinton Avenue West, between the Mount Dennis station (Weston Road) in the east to Toronto’s border with the City of Mississauga and Renforth Gateway (Commerce Boulevard) station in the west.

 

Find out more: Eglinton West LRT Planning and Streetscape Study

5:00 p.m. Adjournment

12:00 p.m. – 161 Parliament Street (1st Review)

Application: OPA, Rezoning

One Properties

Rendering of the proposal for 161 Parliament St

Presentations:

  • Henry Tang, Community Planning; Myron Boyko, Urban Design; Reynold Caskey, Heritage Preservation Services
  • Kirkor Architects + Planners

 

Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit the development of a residential/mixed-use building that is comprised of a 6 storey base building with street level retail uses, a 16 storey residential mid-rise element and a 29 storey residential tower element. The development has a gross floor area of (44,361m2) including (3,736m2) of retail uses divided over 2 levels. There will be a total of 584 dwelling units and a 300m2 parkette that is proposed at the Queen Street East and Power Street intersection.

 

Find out more: 161 Parliament St

1:20 p.m. – 333 King Street East (1st Review)

Application: Rezoning, Site Plan Approval

First Gulf

Rendering of the proposal for 333 King St E

Presentations:

  • Katherine Bailey, Community Planning; Myron Boyko, Urban Design; Reynold Caskey, Heritage Preservation Services
  • WZMH Architects

 

Zoning By-law Amendment application to permit a 25-storey office building in the middle of the block. The footprint of the new office building would replace some of the existing retail uses fronting on Front Street East. The existing buildings fronting on King Street East would remain in place. Approximately 50,873 square metres of new gross floor area is proposed. A total of 161 new parking spaces and 213 new bicycle parking spaces are proposed to support the new development.

 

Find out more: 333 King St E

2:40 p.m. – Scarborough Centre Focused Review – Phase 1 (1st Review)

Application: City Study

Context map showing Scarborough Centre Focused Review Study Area

Presentations:

  • Kelly Dynes, Community Planning; Xue Pei, Urban Design
  • David Leinster and Michael Scraga, The Planning Partnership

 

To guide positive change and support the development of Scarborough Centre as a vibrant urban node over the coming decades, City staff have initiated a focused review of the Council approved 2005 Scarborough Centre Secondary Plan. The intent of the Scarborough Centre Focused Review (SCFR) Study will be to update and further articulate the Secondary Plan and develop a revised vision and planning framework that will guide and support future growth and encourage city building.

The Planning Partnership has been retained to work in concert with staff on Phase 1, which began in October 2018. A key component of Phase 1 is the preliminary public realm plan, and to develop a strategy that creates the foundation for future phases of the study and applies a clear and holistic approach to the creation and coordination of compelling, pedestrian and cyclist friendly streets, open spaces and related public destinations.

 

Find out more: Scarborough Centre Focused Review

4:00 p.m. – OXFORD’s draft Master Plan for Scarborough Town Centre (1st Review)

Application: Preliminary Discussion

Developer: Oxford

Block Context Plan for Scarborough Town Centre

Presentations:

  • Kelly Dynes, Community Planning; Xue Pei, Urban Design
  • Craig Lametti, Urban Strategies

 

Oxford’s draft Master Plan for Scarborough Town Centre. Includes proposal to construct a new stand-alone retail/entertainment building across from the former Sears building at the northeast quadrant of the Scarborough Town Centre. This is intended to replace the existing cinema building in advance of the construction of the Scarborough Subway Extension.

 

Find out more: Scarborough Town Centre – 300 Borough Dr

5:00 p.m. Adjournment

1:00 p.m. – 6 Points Context Area Update (2nd Review)

 

Presentations:

  • Jennifer Renaud, Community Planning; Emilia Floro, Urban Design

 

The City of Toronto is reconstructing the Six Points intersection to support the development of Etobicoke Centre as a vibrant mixed-use transit-oriented community.

 

Find out more: Six Points Interchange Reconfiguration

2:00 p.m. – New Etobicoke Civic Centre – 3745 Bloor St W (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval, Rezoning

CreateTO

Presentations:

  • Jennifer Renaud, Community Planning; Emilia Floro, Urban Design
  • Henning Larsen Architects, Adamson Associates Architects

 

In 2016, City Council supported the City-owned Westwood Theatre Lands (“WTL”) (Kipling/Bloor) as the preferred location for the relocated Etobicoke Civic Centre (“ECC”). The new development will integrate municipal offices, an outdoor civic square, a community recreation centre, a childcare centre, an opportunity for a Toronto Public Library district branch, and underground parking in order to create a civic heart in the centre of Etobicoke.

 

Find out more: Update and Next Steps on the Potential Relocation of the Etobicoke Civic Centre

3:40 p.m. Adjournment

3:30 p.m. – 861 St Clair Avenue West (1st Review)

 

Application: Site Plan Approval

Malen Capital

Side elevation of the proposed 10-storey mixed-use building at 861 St Clair Ave W

Presentations:

  • Olivia Antonel, Community Planning; Allison Reid, Urban Design
  • Andrew Hill, Studio AC

Site Plan Control application for proposed 10-storey mixed-use building containing 80 residential condominium units with retail at-grade and below grade parking.

 

Find out more: 861 St Clair Ave W

4:45 p.m. Adjournment

12:00 p.m. – 1 Delisle Avenue (1st Review)

 

Application: OPA & Rezoning

Slate Asset Management

Rendering looking south down Yonge St at the proposal for 1 Delisle Avenue

Presentations:

  • Kevin Friedrich, Community Planning
  • Studio Gang Architects, WZMH Architects, Janet Rosenberg + Studio, Urban Strategies

The City has received applications to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law for a 48-storey (159 metres tall excluding the mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with 263 dwelling units and retail uses at grade.

Overall, a total of 35,797 square metres of residential floor space will be provided, as well as 1,558 square metres of retail in the double height ground floor of the building.

The facade of the existing building at 1496-1500 Yonge Street will be incorporated into the podium of the new building.

 

Find out more: 1 Delisle Avenue

 

 

 

1:40 p.m. – Five Year Official Plan Review: Built Form & Public Realm Policies (2nd Review)

Image showing previous public consultation workshop in TorontoPresentations:

  • Steven Dixon, Strategic Initiatives, Policy & Analysis, City Planning Division

As part of the Official Plan Review, the City Planning Division is undertaking a review of the urban design policies related to Built Form and the Public Realm found in Chapter 3 of the Official Plan.

On August 7, 2014, Planning and Growth Management Committee (PGMC) directed City Planning Staff to consult with the public on urban policy directions. Following the public consultation process, on May 14, 2015, PGMC directed City Planning Staff to develop draft policies for the purposes of public consultation, based on 11 urban design policy directions.

 

Find out more: Official Plan Review

3:00 p.m. Adjournment

1:30 p.m. – East Harbour, 21 Don Valley Parkway: Soap Factory (2nd Review)

 

Application: Rezoning, Subdivision & OPA

First Gulf

Context map showing the master plan area

Presentations:

  • Carly Bowman, Community Planning; Ran Chen, Urban Design
  • Adamson Associates Architects, Urban Strategies

Council approved the Unilever Precinct Secondary Plan (OPA 411) and East Harbour zoning by-laws in July 2018. Secondary Plan sets policy for the entire 25 hectare precinct. East Harbour by-laws details implementation on the 21 Don Valley Parkway land.

 

Find out more: East Harbour, 21 Don Valley Parkway

 

 

 

3:25 p.m. – Pet Friendly Design Guidelines for High Density Communities (1st Review)

Application: City Study

Image of Berczy Park; an example of a neighbourhood park with pet amenity space.Presentations:

  • Ran Chen, Urban Design
  • DIALOG

The purpose of this study is to develop a series of guidelines to inform the design and planning of pet amenities in multi-unit, high-density communities. The study will focus on three scales — the neighbourhood, the building, and unit — covering the private to the public realm, with recommendations and strategies tailored to address issues associated with each.

These Guidelines are an opportunity to inform the future design of buildings and spaces to foster more pet friendly environments.

 

Find out more: Pet Friendly Design Guidelines

4:45 p.m. Adjournment

12:30 p.m. – West Toronto Railpath Extension Detailed Design (2nd Review)

Context plan showing the West Toronto Railpath

Application: Transit Infrastructure

COT Transportation Services; Metrolinx

Presentations:

  • Saikat Basak, Transportation Services; Svetlana Lavrentieva and Deanne Mighton, Urban Design
  • Hatch, Forrec and Montgomery Sisam

The City of Toronto has completed a study for the next phase to extend the West Toronto Railpath from Sterling Avenue (at Dundas Street West), along the Kitchener GO rail corridor to just south of Queen Street West (at Abell Street).

 

Find out more: West Toronto Railpath Extension

 

 

2:15 p.m. – 5509 Dundas Street West (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval & Rezoning

Contessa Developments Inc

Rendering showing the proposal for 5509 Dundas St W

Presentations:

  • Shan Li, Urban Design
  • Bogdan Newman Caranci, Urban Strategies

Proposal for a mid-rise building on a vacant lot. The proposed building is 12 storeys with 110 residential units and retail at grade

Find out more: 5509 Dundas St W

 

 

3:35 p.m. – 1800 St. Clair Ave. W/423 Old Weston Rd (1st Review)

Application: OPA & Rezoning

Rendering showing the proposal for 1800 St Clair Ave W/423 Old Weston Rd

Diamondcorp & Kilmer Brownfield Management Ltd

Presentations:

  • Sabrina Salatino, Community Planning; Allison Reid, Urban Design
  • Ken Greenberg, Greenberg Consultants Inc.; Wayne Swanton, Janet Rosenberg & Studio; Kevin Martin, Giannone Petricone Associates

Open Door Application to remove the two abandoned buildings, remediate the Site, and introduce six new buildings, including five low-rise blocks of stacked 3.5-storey townhouses, and a proposed 11-storey building with retail and live-work space at grade fronting on to St. Clair Avenue West.

A total of 256 residential units are proposed, of which 96 are townhouse units and 160 are mid-rise units. 20 of the 96 townhouse units will be developed as affordable ownership units in partnership with Habitat for Humanity Greater Toronto Area.

Find out more: 1800 St Clair Ave W/423 Old Weston Rd

4:45 p.m. Adjournment

1:10 p.m. – 1978 Lake Shore Boulevard West (1st Review)

Rendering of the proposal for 1978 Lake Shore Boulevard West

Application: Rezoning

Marlin Spring Investment Limited

Presentations:

  • Diane Silver, Community Planning; Jack Krubnik, Urban Design
  • Graziani + Corazza Architects

This proposed development is for a mixed-use building with two towers, 21 and 26 storeys respectively, on a 3-6 storey base building.  A partial 7-storey element is proposed between the towers.

Find out more: 1978 Lake Shore

2:30 p.m. – Golden Mile Secondary Plan Study (2nd Review)

Application: City Study

Map showing proposed nodes within the Golden Mile study area

Presentations:

  • Emily Caldwell, Community Planning; Sasha Terry, Urban Design
  • SvN Architects + Planners

The City of Toronto is undertaking the Golden Mile Secondary Plan Study, which will develop a vision and comprehensive planning framework for the Golden Mile area. The vision and planning framework will form the foundation for the Secondary Plan, Urban Design Guidelines and other planning tools to be developed by the City Planning Division.

The study area is bounded by Victoria Park Avenue to the west, Ashtonbee Road/Hydro Corridor to the north, Birchmount Road to the east, and an irregular boundary to the south.

Find out more: Golden Mile Study

 

 

4:00 p.m. – 15-21 Holmes Avenue (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval, OPA & Rezoning

Rendering of the proposal for 15-21 Holmes Avenue

Capital Developments

Presentations:

  • Jenny Choi, Community Planning; Joanna Chludzinska, Urban Design
  • Mansoor Kazerouni, IBI Group

The proposal is for a 29-storey residential building and townhouses. The proposal will retail 6 existing townhouses on the south end with the addition of two new townhouses added to the east end as well as four new townhouses at the podium of the new tower. The existing townhouses on the west and east sides will be demolished to accommodate the proposal. The proposed new and existing development will total 339 units.

Find out more: 15-21 Holmes Ave

5:15 p.m. Adjournment

 

1:30 p.m. – 300 Bloor Street West (1st Review)

Rendering of the proposal for 300 Bloor

Application: Rezoning

Collecdev

Presentations:

  • Barry Brooks, Community Planning; Julie Bogdanowicz, Urban Design
  • KPMB Architects

This is a Zoning By-law Amendment Application to permit the redevelopment of the site for a 38-storey mixed-use building containing office, retail/cafe, worship and community, and residential uses (259 dwelling units). The majority of the existing church and the entirety of Pidgeon House would be retained.

Find out more: 300 Bloor Street West

3:00 p.m. – Review of 55, 90 & 150 Eglinton Ave E in the context of Midtown in Focus (1st Review)

Application: Site Plan Approval (55 Eglinton); Rezoning (90 Eglinton); Forthcoming Site Plan Approval (150 Eglinton)

Rendering of the proposal for 55 Eglinton

State Building Group (55 Eglinton); Madison Group (90 & 150 Eglinton)

Presentations:

  • Alex Teixeria, Community Planning; Julie Bogdanowicz and Helene Iardas, Urban Design
  • Staff to present (55 Eglinton); Teeple Architects (90 Eglinton); Quadrangle Architects (150 Eglinton)

The following three applications will be reviewed in the context of Midtown in Focus.

55 Eglinton is a Site Plan application for a total of 40,886.39 square metres of gross floor area (GFA) over 50 storeys. This GFA includes at-grade retail fronting Eglinton Avenue East, and office space to be located on Floors 2-6. A total of 461 residential

units are proposed on Floors 9-50.

90 Eglinton is a Zoning By-law Amendment to permit a 55-storey mixed-use building comprised of 36,192 square metres of residential area (502 dwelling units), 13,326 square metres of office space, and 4,126 square metres of retail uses within the first two levels of the building.

150 Eglinton is a proposal for Site Plan Approval for a 46-storey mixed-use building.

Find out more: Midtown in Focus

Rendering of the proposal for 150 Eglinton

Rendering of the proposal for 90 Eglinton

 

55 Eglinton Avenue East

90 Eglinton Avenue East

150 Eglinton Avenue East

4:30 p.m. Adjournment