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The new City-wide Zoning By-law 569-2013 was enacted on May 9, 2013. It has been appealed under section 34(19) of the Planning Act. Even though it is under appeal, the City's Chief Building Official and the Committee of Adjustment will apply the new By-law to applications filed after its enactment. Please consult with your advisors to determine whether the new by-law has any impact.
Amendments to By-law 569-2013 have been incorporated into this office consolidation. The web version of this by-law does not include highlighting to reflect the regulations that remain under appeal as a result of appeals to the By-law as adopted on May 9, 2013. Please review the PDF version of the office consolidation for regulations that remain under appeal.
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City of Toronto Zoning By-law 569-2013, as amended (Office Consolidation)
Version Date: March 9, 2022
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Chapter 1Administration
Chapter 2Compliance with this By-law
Chapter 5Regulations Applying to all Zones
Chapter 10Residential
Chapter 15Residential Apartment
Chapter 30Commercial
Chapter 40Commercial Residential
Chapter 50Commercial Residential Employment
Chapter 60Employment Industrial
Chapter 80Institutional
Chapter 90Open Space
Chapter 100Utility and Transportation
Chapter 150Specific Use Regulations
Chapter 200Parking Space Regulations
Chapter 220Loading Space Regulations
Chapter 230Bicycle Parking Space Regulations
Chapter 280Special Districts - Downtown
Chapter 300Special Districts - Centres
Chapter 400Special Districts - Avenues
Chapter 500Special Districts - Heritage
Chapter 600Regulations for Overlay Zones
Chapter 800Definitions
Chapter 900Site Specific Exceptions
900.1General
900.2R - Zone
900.2.1General
900.2.10Exceptions for R Zone
900.3RD - Zone
900.4RS - Zone
900.5RT - Zone
900.6RM - Zone
900.7RA - Zone
900.8RAC - Zone
900.10CL - Zone
900.11CR - Zone
900.12CRE - Zone
900.20E - Zone
900.21EL - Zone
900.22EH - Zone
900.24EO - Zone
900.30I - Zone
900.31IH - Zone
900.32IE - Zone
900.33IS - Zone
900.34IPW - Zone
900.40O - Zone
900.41ON - Zone
900.42OR - Zone
900.43OG - Zone
900.45OC - Zone
900.50UT - Zone
Chapter 970Appendices
Chapter 990Zoning By-law Map
Chapter 995Overlay Maps

Chapter 900 Site Specific Exceptions

900.2 R - Zone

900.2.1 General

(1)R Zone Exceptions
The regulations located in Article 900.2.10 apply only to the exceptions subject to the R zone and identified with the corresponding exception number.

900.2.10 Exceptions for R Zone

(2)Exception R 2
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 325 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)City of Toronto by-law 191-2001(OMB).
(3)Exception R 3
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 363 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(4)Exception R 4
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 232 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)on 310 to 320 Gerrard Street East, former City of Toronto By-law 664-1991. [ By-law: 1353-2015 ]
(5)Exception R 5
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A dwelling unit is only permitted in a detached house, a semi-detached house, or a duplex; and for a duplex, the following also applies:
(i)a duplex may be attached to one other duplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone; and
(ii)the minimum side yard setback for a duplex or for the exterior of two attached duplex residential buildings is 3.0 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(a)(i)] and [TO:438-86; 6(3) PART II 3. D.]
(B)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(1), in a front yard or rear yard, a platform with a floor higher than the first floor of the building above established grade may not encroach into the required yard setback. [TO: 438-86; 6(3) Part II, 8. K.]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(6)Exception R 6
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 622 and 646 Kingston Road, if the requirements of By-law No. 770-2015 are complied with, none of the provisions of 5.10.1.30(3), 5.1.40.1(3), 5.10.40.70(6), 5.10.40.80(1), 10.5.40.10, 10.5.40.60, 10.5.80.10(1), 10.5.80.40(1), 10.5.100.1(5), 10.10.40.10, 10.10.40.30(1)(B), 10.10.40.40(1), 10.10.40.50(1), 10.10.40.70, 10.10.40.80(1)(C), 10.5.50.10, 200.5.10.1(1) 200.5.10.10, 200.15.1.5(1), 220.5.1(2), 220.5.10.1(2), 230.5.1.10(9)(B), apply to prevent the erection or use of an apartment building if the building or structure complies with (B) to (L) below. [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
(B)The only uses permitted in the hatched area shown on Diagram 3 of By-law No. 770-2015, are flood or erosion control, storm water management and conservation works.
(C)The total gross floor area of the building must not exceed a maximum of 5,610 square metres.
(D)The maximum permitted number of dwelling units on the lot is fifty-eight (58).
(E)The height of any building or structure on the lot must not exceed the maximum height permitted as indicated by the letter "H" as shown on Diagram 4 of By-law No. 770-2015, measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 123.5 metres.
(F)Despite (E) above, parapets, lighting fixtures, fences, safety railings, stairs, stair enclosures, terraces, landscape planters, trellises or privacy screens are permitted to project beyond the height permitted provided the height of the fence, safety railing or privacy fence does not exceed 2.0 metres beyond the height shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 770-2015. [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
(G)No portion of any building or structure to be erected or used on the lot can extend beyond the lines delineated by the heavy lines on Diagram 4 of By-law No. 770-2015.
(H)Despite (G) above, eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures, window sills, landscape planters, trellises, stairs, stair enclosures, railings, awnings, canopies and other minor architectural projections are permitted to project no more than 0.45 metres, beyond the heavy lines on Diagram 4 of By-law 770-2015. [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
(I)Despite (G) above, balconies are permitted to project not more than 1.8 metres beyond the heavy lines on Diagram 4 of By-law 770-2015 on the north, south, and east elevations of the building but shall not project beyond the lot lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 770-2015. [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
(J)A minimum of 0.5 parking spaces for each bachelor or one-bedroom dwelling unit, a minimum of 0.7 parking spaces for each dwelling unit containing two-bedrooms, and a minimum of 1.1 parking spaces for each dwelling unit containing three-bedrooms must be provided in a parking garage on the lot.
(K)A minimum of 15 visitor parking spaces will be provided at the mixed use building known municipally in the year 2014 as 663 and 691 Kingston Road, and available for mutual use by the apartment building known municipally in the year 2014 as 622 and 646 Kingston Road and the mixed use building known municipally in the year 2014 as 663 and 691 Kingston Road.
(L)A minimum of 36 square metres of indoor residential amenity space must be provided on the lot and be available for mutual use with the mixed use building known municipally in the year 2014 as 663 and 691 Kingston Road.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 770-2015 ]
(7)Exception R 7
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The following uses are permitted if they comply with the specific conditions set out for each use below:
Nursing Home;
Retirement Home; and
Religious Residence; and
(B)A nursing home, retirement home or a combination of these two uses, must occupy the whole of the building and not be combined with any other permitted use, and must:
(i)be located in a building that was originally constructed and used as a detached house, a semi-detached house, or a townhouse; or
(ii)be on a lot that has a front lot line or side lot line abutting:
(a)a major street on the Policy Areas Overlay Map; or
(b)a street that intersects a major street on the Policy Areas Overlay Map, and the lot is located, in whole or in part, within a distance of 80 metres from that intersection; and
(C)A religious residence, unless it is in the same building as a place of worship, must occupy the whole of the building and not be combined with any other permitted use, and must:
(i)be located in a building that was originally constructed and used as a detached house, a semi-detached house, or a townhouse; or
(ii)be on a lot that has a front lot line or side lot line abutting:
(a)a major street on the Policy Areas Overlay Map; or
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.20.100(3), a community centre or a library is not required to be operated by or on the behalf of the City of Toronto. [ By-law: 1353-2015 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 146 and 160 Wellesley Street East City of Toronto by-law 468-2004. [ By-law: 348-2021 ]
(8)Exception R 8
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 166 Dowling Ave., City of Toronto by-law 768-06.
(10)Exception R 10
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 249 Westmoreland Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 373-78.
(11)Exception R 11
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 102 Hallam St., former City of Toronto by-law 522-86.
(12)Exception R 12
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 5 Carling Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 36-90.
(13)Exception R 13
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 50 and 52 Bartlett Avenue, none of the regulations of 200.5.1(3), 200.5.10.1(1), 230.5.1.10(2), 230.5.1.10 (9)(B), and 230.5.10.1 prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement if it complies with By-law No. 718-2014;
(B)Despite the uses listed in Article 10.10.20, the only use permitted is a dwelling unit in an apartment building;
(C)The building must comply with the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 of By-law No. 1012-2014;
(D)Each portion of the building must not exceed the individual building heights shown with an 'HT' followed by a number in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law No. 1012-2014;
(E)The gross floor area on the lot must not exceed 3,000 square metres;
(F)Despite Section 10.5.40.40(4), the gross floor area of an apartment building on the lot is further reduced by:
(i)any area in the building used exclusively for the accommodation of heating, cooling, ventilation, electrical, mechanical or telecommunication equipment or utility that serves the building, whether above or below grade;
(ii)any area in the building used exclusively for the parking of motor vehicles, bicycles, whether above or below grade;
(iii)the floor area of unenclosed residential balconies or terraces;
(iv)the void space on the third floor level;
(v) stacked parking spaces located above grade;
(G)A minimum of seventeen (17) parking spaces must be provided for the exclusive use of residents, fifteen (15) of which must be stacked parking spaces;
(H)A parking space and a stacked parking space must be no less than 2.5 metres in width, 5.3 metres in length, and 1.7 metres in height;
(I) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of ten (10) long-term bicycle parking spaces; and
(ii)a minimum of two (2) short-term bicycle parking spaces;
(J)For the purpose of these lands, the elevation of established grade is 113.61 metres, Canadian Geodetic Datum.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: [ By-law: 1012-2014 ]
(17)Exception R 17
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 73, 77, 79 and 83 Woodbine Ave and 3 Buller Ave none of the regulations of 10.5.40.60, 10.5.50.10, 10.5.60.20, 10.5.60.60, 10.5.100.1, 10.10.40.1 (2), 10.10.40.1(5), 10.10.40.10, 10.10.40.30, 10.10.40.40, 10.10.40.70 and 10.10.40.80 prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement if it complies with By-law 105-2016;
(B)despite Article 10.10.20, the only permitted use is dwelling units in a townhouse;
(C)the height of a building or structure on the lands is measured as the distance between Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 76.58 metres, and the highest point of the building;
(D)the height of any building or structure erected above a Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 76.58 metres on the lot must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol "H" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016;
(E)despite (D) above, parapets, skylights, fences, safety railings, privacy screens and mechanical and electrical equipment and their enclosures may exceed the permitted maximum height specified by the number following the "H" symbol as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016 by 2.0 metres;
(F)no portion of any building or structure erected above a Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 76.58 metres on the lot may extend beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016;
(G)despite (F) above eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures, window sills, ornamental elements, balustrades and other minor architectural projections may be permitted to project no more than 0.45 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016;
(H)despite (F) above mechanical and electrical equipment, exterior stairs, trellises, wheelchair ramps, railings and landscape features may be permitted to project no more than 2.0 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016;
(I)despite (F) above, balconies may project beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 105-2016, to a maximum of 1.5 metres on the east elevation of the building fronting Woodbine Avenue and the south elevation of the building fronting the driveway only;
(J)a maximum of 11 dwelling units shall be permitted on the lot;
(K)the total gross floor area of the buildings must not exceed a maximum of 2,800 square metres and must be used exclusively for dwelling units;
(L)a maximum of two buildings are permitted on the lot;
(M)a minimum of 15 percent of the lot area must be landscaping;
(N)fully enclosed garbage enclosures are permitted to be located along the north lot line, provided that they do not exceed a height of 2.0 metres; and
(O)an electricity transformer is permitted.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 105-2016 ]
(18)Exception R 18
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 217 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(19)Exception R 19
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 217 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(20)Exception R 20
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 288 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(21)Exception R 21
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing Bylaws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)None of the regulations of 5.10.40.70; 10.5.40.10; 10.5.40.30; 10.5.40.50; 10.5.40.60; 10.5.40.70; 10.5.40.71; 10.5.50.10; 10.5.80.40; 10.5.100.1(5); 10.10.40.10(1); 10.10.40.30; 10.10.40.40(1); 10.10.40.70; 200.5.10.1; Table 200.5.10.1; 230.5.10.1(4); 230.5.10.1(5); 800.50(75); 800.50(240); 800.50 (420); 900.2.10(914) shall prevent the use of erection of an apartment building that complies with the following:
(I)the lot comprises the lands delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 2 of By-law 810-2015;
(ii)no portion of any building or structure erected or used above established grade is located otherwise than wholly within the areas delineated by heavy lines as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 810-2015; [810-2015]
(B)no portion of any building or structure erected or used above established grade shall exceed the height limits above established grade in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol "H" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 810-2015; [810-2015]
(C)nothing in Sections A(i) and A(ii) of this By-law shall prevent the following elements from projecting beyond the heavy lines and above the heights shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 810-2015 provided they are wholly within the lot:
(I)eaves, canopies, cornices, lighting fixtures, awnings, fences and safety railings, architectural features, parapets, trellises, balustrades, window sills, window washing equipment, privacy screens, mechanical and architectural screens, guardrails, chimneys, vents, stacks, terraces, platforms, transformer vaults, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls, landscape features, ornamental structures, walkways, stairs, covered stairs and or stair enclosures associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage, underground garage ramps and their associated structures, stair landings, planters, and public art features, elevator overruns and elements or structures on the roof of the building used for outside or open air recreation, green roof, safety or wind protection purposes; and
(ii)balconies to a maximum horizontal projection of not more than 2.5 metres; [810-2015]
(D)the gross floor area of the apartment building does not exceed 8,350 square metres and there are not more than 100 dwelling units; [810-2015]
(E) parking spaces for the apartment building shall be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(I)a minimum of 0.3 parking spaces per bachelor dwelling unit;
(ii)a minimum of 0.5 parking spaces per one bedroom dwelling unit;
(iii)a minimum of 0.85 parking spaces per two bedroom dwelling unit;
(iv)a minimum of 1.0 parking spaces per three bedroom dwelling unit; and
(v)a minimum of 0.1 parking spaces per dwelling unit for visitors to the building; [810-2015]
(F) amenity space will be provided in the following ratios:
(I) amenity space located outdoors - 2.4 square metres per dwelling unit;
(ii) amenity space located indoors - 3.0 square metres per dwelling unit; [810-2015]
(G) bicycle parking spaces for the apartment building shall be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(I)a minimum of 0.75 "long term" bicycle parking spaces; and
(ii)a minimum of 0.15 "short term" bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit; [810-2015]
(H)the minimum dimension of a stacked bicycle parking space shall be:
(I)minimum length of 1.8 metres;
(ii)minimum width of 0.44 metres; and
(iii)minimum vertical clearance of 1.2 metres; [810-2015]
(I)a minimum of 7.8 percent of the area of the lot shall be provided as landscaping; [810-2015]
(J) established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 164.35 metres; [810-2015]
(K)none of the provisions of this By-law shall apply to prevent a temporary building, structure, facility or trailer on the lot used for the purpose of the sale of dwelling units to be erected on the lot; and [810-2015]
(L)despite any existing or future severance, partition, or division of the lot, the provisions of this By-law shall apply to the whole of the lot as if no severance, partition or division occurred. [810-2015]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: [ By-law: 810-2015 Enacted ]
(22)Exception R 22
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 45-77 Dunfield Avenue, if the requirements of By-law 443-2016 are complied with, none of the provisions of Chapter 10.5.40.60, 10.5.50.10(4)(A), 10.5.50.10(5), 10.5.100.1(5), 10.10.40.40(1), 10.10.40.1(2), 10.10.40.10(1), 10.10.40.30(1)(B), 10.10.40.70(1), 10.10.40.70(2), 10.10.40.70(3)(C)(ii), 10.10.40.80(1)b, 10.10.40.80(1)c, 150.45.40.1(1), 150.45.50.1(1), 200.5.10.1(1), 220.5.10.1(2), 220.5.20.1(A)ii, and 230.5.1.10(4), apply to prevent the erection and use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in By-law 443-2016;
(A)On 45-77 Dunfield Avenue, if the requirements of By-law 443-2016 are complied with, none of the provisions of Chapter 10.5.40.60, 10.5.50.10(4)(A), 10.5.50.10(5), 10.5.100.1(5), 10.10.40.40(1), 10.10.40.1(2), 10.10.40.10(1), 10.10.40.30(1)(B), 10.10.40.50(1), 10.10.40.70(1), 10.10.40.70(2), 10.10.40.70(3)(C)(ii), 10.10.40.80(1)(B), 10.10.40.80(1)(C), 150.45.40.1(1), 150.45.50.1(1), 200.5.10.1(1), 220.5.10.1(2), 220.5.20.1(1)(A)(ii), 230.5.1.10(4), and 230.5.1.10(9)(B)(iii) apply to prevent the erection and use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in By-law 443-2016; [ By-law: 95-2017 ]
(B)The total residential gross floor area erected or used on the lands must not exceed 90,000 square metres;
(C)A day nursery must have:
(i)at least 531 square metres of total interior floor area; and
(ii)at least 254 square metres of dedicated outdoor play area; and
(D)On Parcel "A" and Parcel "B" as identified on Diagram 1 of By-law 443-2016, amenity space is required as follows:
(i)on Parcel "A":
(a)at least 216 square metres of indoor amenity space
(b)at least 216 square metres of outdoor amenity space
(B)on Parcel "B":
(a)at least 2,110 square metres of indoor amenity space
(b)at least 1,260 square metres of outdoor amenity space
(E)No part of a building or structure above ground may be closer to a lot line than the distance shown between a main wall and the corresponding lot line as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 443-2016;
(F)The following elements of a building may encroach into a required building setback required by (E) above to a maximum of:
(i)1.5 metres for canopies and balconies
(ii)0.45 metres for eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures
(G)Except where a heavy line shown on Diagram 3 is contiguous with the boundary of the lands, nothing will prevent the following elements from projecting beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3:
(i)fences and safety railings, trellises, balustrades, chimneys, vents, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls, landscape features, ornamental structures, walkways, stairs, covered stairs and or stair enclosures associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage, stair landings, decks, planters, and public art features;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of a building is measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 160.88 metres to the highest point of the building;
(I)Excluding building elements identified in regulation 10.5.40.10(2)(3)(4), no part of any building or structure may exceed the maximum height permitted by the numbers following the symbol "H" on Diagram 4 of By-law 443-2016;
(J)Equipment and structures on the roof of a building may exceed the permitted maximum height of that building by 6.0 metres subject to the regulations of 10.5.40.10(4);
(K)A minimum of 27 percent of the lot area must be maintained as landscaping;
(L)On Parcel "A", as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 443-2016, parking spaces must be provided for the residents and their visitors and employees as follows:
(i)for residents, at least 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit; and
(ii)for visitors and employees at least 0.1 parking spaces for each dwelling unit;
(M)On Parcel "B", as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 443-2016, parking spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)for residents, at least 0.35 parking space for each bachelor dwelling unit;
(ii)for visitors, at least 0.06 parking space for each dwelling
(iii)for non-residential uses, at least 0.4 parking spaces for each 100 square metres of non-residential gross floor area;
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(4), the minimum width of a two lane drive aisle in the lawfully existing below-ground garage shall be at least:
(i)4.5 metres in width at the loading space; and
(ii)a minimum of 5.12 metres for all other two lane drive aisles;
(O)No more than 174 parking spaces in the lawfully existing below-ground parking garage may have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.9 metres; and
(ii)width of 2.2 metres;
(P)At least 1 Type "G" loading space must be provided on the lands;
(Q) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)at least 1.0 long-term bicycle parking spaces for each dwelling unit; ;
(ii)at least 0.2 short-term bicycle parking spaces for each dwelling unit;
(iii)at least 0.2 long-term bicycle parking spaces for each 100 square metres of non-residential gross floor area;
(iv)at least 6 short-term bicycle parking spaces for non-residential uses;
(R)A stacked bicycle parking space must:
(i)have a minimum width of 0.46 metres;
(ii)have a minimum length of 1.85 metres; and
(iii)the stacker must be located in an area with a vertical dimension of at least 1.2 metres;
(S)Short-term b icycle parking spaces may be provided in a stacked bicycle parking space; and
(T)a bicycle parking space must comply with the following dimensions:
(i)at least a length of 1.8 metres;
(ii)at least a width of 0.6 metres;
(iii)at least a vertical clearance from the ground of 1.9 metres; and
(U)the minimum dimension of a bicycle parking space if placed in a vertical position on a wall, structure or mechanical device is at least:
(i)a length or vertical clearance of 1.9 metres;
(ii)a width of 0.6 metres;
(iii)a horizontal clearance from the wall of 1.2 metres;
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:(None Apply)
[ By-law: 443-2016 ]
(24)Exception R 24
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)In addition to the uses listed in Article 10.10.20, the following uses are permitted within the building which existed on the lands on January 1, 2016:
(i) art gallery
(ii) artist studio
(iii)bake-shop
(iv)caterer's shop
(v) custom workshop
(vi) performing arts studio and
(vii)office;
(B)In addition to the uses listed in Article 10.10.20 and in (A) above, an eating establishment and a take-out eating establishment are permitted within the building which existed on January 1, 2016 if:
(i)the combined interior floor area of any eating establishment and take-out eating establishment does not exceed 75 square metres; and
(ii)the eating establishment and/or take-out eating establishment is accessible only from the interior of the existing building;
(C)An outdoor patio that is used for commercial purposes is not permitted;
(D)The building setback requirements in Clauses 10.5.40.70 and 10.10.40.70 do not apply to the building which existed on the lands on January 1, 2016;
(E)Despite Articles 200.5.1, 200.5.10, and 200.15.10 a minimum of 3 parking spaces, 1 of which must be an accessible parking space, are required to be provided on the lands as outlined by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 766-2016, for any or all of the non-residential uses listed in (A) and (B) above;
(F)Despite Articles 220.5.1 and 220.5.10, a minimum of 2 Type C loading spaces are required to be provided on the lands, for any or all of the non-residential uses listed in (A) and (B) above;
(G)Despite Section 230.5, a minimum of 11 bicycle parking spaces are required to be provided on the lands for any or all of the non-residential uses listed in (A) and (B) above, in accordance with the following provisions:
(i)4 long-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided;
(ii)the long-term bicycle parking spaces are not required to be located in a building;
(iii)7 short-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided; and
(iv)shower and change facilities are not required; and
(H)Clauses 5.10.30.1(1)(A), 5.10.30.1(2), and 5.10.30.1(3) do not apply to the lands.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 766-2016 ]
(25)Exception R 25
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 96, 98 100 and 104 Coxwell Avenue, none of the regulations of 10.10.40.50 (1) (A)(B)(C) and 10.5.50.10(5) apply to prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement, permitted by regulations (B) to (Q) below;
(B)A maximum of 22 dwelling units are permitted;
(C)The maximum floor space index is 2.041 (2,645 square metres);
(D)No portion of any building or structure is located otherwise than wholly within the areas delineated by heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1226-2016;
(E)The height of a building or structure must not exceed the height in metres from established grade, specified by the numbers following the symbol H as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1226-2016;
(F)Notwithstanding (D), balconies and canopies can project 1.3 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1226-2016;
(G)Notwithstanding (E), privacy screens and balcony railings can exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol H as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1226-2016 by 1.8 metres;
(H)Despite 10.5.40.60(7), roof eaves on the west and east side of the building may be 0 metres from the lot line;
(I)Despite 10.5.40.60 (3) (A) (iii), the stairs on the south elevation must be at least 0.3 metres from the east lot line and may be 0.0 metres from the south lot line;
(J)Despite 10.5.50.10 (4)(A)(B), a minimum of 19 percent of the lot must be landscaped, and of the required l andscaped area, a minimum of 27.5 percent must be soft landscaping;
(K)Despite 10.10.80.40 (2), vehicular access must be from Coxwell Avenue;
(L)Despite 10.5.100.1 (2), a surface driveway and access ramp to the underground garage must have a minimum width of 5.5 metres;
(M)Despite 200.5.10.1, 20, parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance to the following:
(i)A minimum of 19 parking spaces for the 22 dwelling units; plus
(ii)1 parking space that may be used as a car-share parking space;
(N) Established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 82.3 metres;
(O) car-share motor vehicle means a motor vehicle available for short-term rental, including an option for hourly rental for the use of at least the occupants of the building erected on the lot; and
(P) car-share parking space means a parking space used exclusively for the parking of a car-share motor vehicle.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1226-2016 ]
(26)Exception R 26
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The front lot line is the lot line along Spadina Road;

(B)A maximum of 4 dwelling units are permitted;
(C)Despite Clause 10.10.40.40 the permitted maximum gross floor area is 1,548 square metres;

(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1) the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 162.05 and the elevation of the highest point of the building;

(E)Structural elements for landscaping purposes may extend above the height of the basement and parking garage;

(F)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(1)(C) in a rear yard, a platform with a floor no higher than the first storey of the building above established grade may encroach into the required rear yard setback 4.5 metres;

(G)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(2)(B)(i) a canopy, awning or similar structure that does not cover a platform may encroach into a required minimum building setback in a rear yard 4.5 metres;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3)(A)(iii) exterior stairs may encroach into a minimum building setback if the stairs are no closer to a lot line than 0.0 metres;

(I)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3)(B)(iii) an uncovered ramp may encroach into a minimum building setback if the ramp is no closer to a lot line than 0.3 metres;
(J)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(4) cladding added to the original exterior surface of the main wall of a building may encroach into a required minimum building setback a maximum of 0.2 metres, if the added cladding is no closer to a lot line than 0.3 metres;
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(5)(A) a pilaster, decorative column, cornice, sill, belt course or other similar architectural feature may encroach into a minimum building setback a maximum of 1.2 metres, if it is no closer to a lot line than 0.3 metres;
(L)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(7)(B) the eaves of a roof may encroach into a required minimum building setback a maximum of 1.2 metres, if they are no closer to a lot line than 0.2 metres;

(M)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(7)(B) the eaves of a roof may encroach into a required minimum building setback a maximum of 1.2 metres, if they are no closer to a lot line than 0.2 metres;
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(1) the front yard must have a minimum of 120 square metres of landscaping;
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(2)(A) a townhouse must have a minimum of 50 percent of the side yard abutting a street for landscaping;
(P)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(2)(B) and 10.5.100.1(3)(B) a driveway may have a maximum width of 6.1 metres;

(Q)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1) the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 1096-2016;

(R)Regulations 10.10.40.10(2), 10.10.40.30, and 200.5.1.10(2)(A)(iv) do not apply; and

(S)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(3)(A) the maximum length for a parking space is 6.1 metres.

Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1096-2016 ]
(27)Exception R 27
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)If Section 11 and Schedule A for By-law 975-2017(OMB) on 50 Wellesley Street East none of the provisions of 5.10.40.70.(2), 10.5.40.10, 10.5.40.60, 10.5.50.10.(1), 10.5.50.10(3), 10.5.60.20.(8), 10.5.60.20.(9), 10.5.60.20.(11), 10.5.80.1, 10.5.100.1(3)(B), 10.10.20.10(1), 10.10.20.40(1), 10.10.40.1., 10.10.40.10, 10.10.40.30(1), 10.10.40.40(1), 10.10.40.70., 10.10.40.80.(1), 200.5.1.10.(2), 200.5.1.10.(8), 200.5.10.(1), 200.10.1, 200.15.1, 220.5.10.1. and 230.5.1.10.(9) apply to prevent the erection or use of a mixed use building on the lot containing dwelling units, non-residential uses, public parking, in accordance with the following regulations (B) to (S);
(B)The lot consists of the lands shown as Parcel A on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB);
(C)The gross floor area permitted on the lot, excluding those portions of a building used for the purposes of public parking, must not exceed 25,500.0 square metres, and:
(i)The maximum gross floor area devoted to residential uses shall not exceed 25,250.0 square metres; and
(ii)A minimum of 250.0 square metres of gross floor area must be used for non-residential uses on the lot;
(D)The gross floor area of a mixed use building is reduced by the area in the building used for:
(i)Parking, loading and bicycle parking below finished ground level;
(ii)Required loading spaces at the ground level and required bicycle parking spaces at or above finished ground level;
(iii)Storage rooms, washrooms, electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation rooms below finished ground level;
(iv)Required amenity space;
(v)Elevator shafts;
(vi)Garbage shafts;
(vii)Mechanical penthouse; and
(viii)Exit stairwells in the building;
(E)In addition to the building types permitted in 10.10.20.40(1) a mixed-use building is also permitted;
(F)The following uses are also permitted:
(i) automated banking machine, office, personal service shop, retail store, eating establishment, outdoor patio, public parking, take-out eating establishment;
(G)No portion of the building erected on the lot may be located above finished ground level other than wholly within the areas delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB) with the exception of the following:
(i)lighting fixtures, cornices, sills, eaves, canopies, window washing equipment, parapets, railings, privacy screens, patios, decks, cabanas, swimming pool, swimming pool equipment enclosure, planters, balustrades, bollards, stairs, covered stairs or stair enclosures, elevator enclosures and elevator lobbies associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage, awnings, fences and safety railings, trellises, underground garage ramps and associated structures, mechanical and architectural screens, guards, guardrails, chimneys, vents, stacks, retaining walls, wheel chair ramps, landscape features, and art installations may extend beyond the heavy lines shown on the attached Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB);
(ii)balconies and associated architectural structures may project to a maximum of 1.5 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB);
(iii)ornamental and architectural features to a maximum horizontal projection of 3.0 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB); and
(iv)the erection and use of the structures, elements and enclosures permitted by Clause (G) of this exception;
(H)The height of any building or structure erected above finished ground level on the lot, must not exceed the height in metres as shown following the symbol "H" on Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB), as measured from 107.87 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum to the highest point of the building or structure, except for:
(i)the erection or use of the structures, elements and enclosures permitted by Clause (G) of this exception; and
(ii)the erection or use of structures on any roof used for outside or open air recreation, maintenance, safety, wind protection or green roof purposes;
(I)Despite any regulation to the contrary, no portion of any building or structure above finished ground level may be within the hatched area shown on the Diagram 7 of By-law 975-2017(OMB) with the exception of:
(i)vents, grills, and manhole covers flush with finished ground level;
(J)The number of storeys in a building on the lot must not exceed the numbers shown following the symbol "ST" on Diagram 7 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB), excluding mechanical and roof top elements;
(K)In addition to clause 10.10.40.50, required indoor amenity space may include up to two guest suites containing either a kitchen or a bathroom, if the combined floor area of the suites, as measured between the interior walls of the suites, does not exceed 65 square metres;
(L)A minimum of 0.3 parking spaces per dwelling unit must be provided and maintained on either or both of the lot and Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 975-2017(OMB) for the exclusive use of residents;
(M)No parking spaces are required for residential visitors and non-residential uses;
(N)The requirements of regulation 200.5.1.10.(2) apply with the exception that a parking space, accessed by a one-way or two-way drive aisle having a minimum width of 7.0 metres or more, notwithstanding that such parking spaces may be obstructed on one or two sides in accordance with regulation 200.5.1.10.(2)(D), as amended, must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)Length 5.2 metres;
(ii)Width 2.6 metres; and
(iii)Vertical clearance 2.0 metres;
(O)A maximum of ten (10) percent of the p arking spaces on the lot for residents may have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)Length – 5.0 metres;
(ii)Width – 2.4 metres; and
(iii)Vertical clearance – 1.84 metres;
(P)A minimum of three (3) parking spaces on the lot must be provided as accessible parking spaces and notwithstanding that such accessible parking spaces may be obstructed on one or two sides in accordance with Article 200.5.1.10.(2)(D), as amended, must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)Length – 5.2 metres;
(ii)Width – 3.9 metres; and
(iii)Vertical clearance – 2.1 metres;
(Q)a minimum of one Type "G" loading space must be provided and maintained on the lot for the shared use of buildings and structures located on the lot and Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 975-2017(OMB);
(R) Driveway access to the lot is only permitted from Wellesley Street;
(S)Despite any existing or future severance, partition, or division of the lot, the provisions of By-law 975-2017(OMB) apply to the whole of the lot as if no severance, partition or division occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 975-2017 (OMB) ]
(29)Exception R 29
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A Tong House is a permitted use and for the purposes of this exception, a Tong House is defined as a building operated by a benevolent association or fraternal organization where living accommodation may be provided and where community functions are conducted including, but not limited to, physical, social, charitable and educational activities, not used for a commercial purpose, and the activities are in the basement and/or on the first floor portion thereof; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 116]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 233 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(30)Exception R 30
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 45 Walmer Rd. in 1954, a post secondary school known as the University of Toronto Institute of Child Study is permitted. [TO:438-86; Sec. 12(1) 12]
(B)Despite 200.5.10.1(1) and 230.5.10.1(1) no parking space or bicycle parking space is required for a post-secondary school.
[ By-law: 0559-2014 (OMB PL130592) ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(31)Exception R 31
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 to By-law 1285-2016, none of the provisions of Regulations 10.5.50.10, 10.5.80.1(2)(A), (B) and (C), 10.10.20.100(12), 10.10.40.30.(1), 10.10.80.40(2), 230.5.1.10(6) and (9)(B) and 230.10.1.20(2) apply to prevent the erection and use of buildings or structures on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016 if in compliance with regulations (B) to (X) below and Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 1285-2016.
(B)In addition to the uses permitted pursuant to Section 10.10.20.10(1), the following uses are also permitted outside and in the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016, if such uses are located not above the first storey:
(i)retail store, eating establishment, take-out eating establishment, office, artist studio, art gallery, personal service shop, custom workshop;
(ii) community centre, which need not be operated by or on behalf of a government or non-profit organization, and which may include health care-related services; and
(iii)outdoor sales and display , if it is ancillary to a permitted use listed in (A) and/or (B) above.
(C)Despite regulation 800.50(240) established grade for Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 means the Canadian Geodetic Elevation of 119.2 metres.
(D)Despite regulation 5.10.30.20(2) the front lot line is the lot line abutting Pears Avenue.
(E)Despite regulation 5.10.1.30(3)(A) a dwelling unit may be entirely below established grade but no dwelling unit may be entirely below finished ground level.
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(2), the Existing Building, including portions below finished ground level, and Building A as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016 are permitted on the lot.
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1):
(i)The permitted maximum height of the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016, is the building height that existed for that building on December 1, 2016;
(ii)Despite (i) above, roof top mechanical equipment and related enclosures erected on the Existing Building subsequent to the passing of By-law 1285-2016 may project to a maximum of 5.0 metres above the permitted height of the Existing Building; and
(iii)The permitted maximum height of Building A shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, must not exceed 4.5 metres.
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), on Parcel A, as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016, the permitted maximum gross floor area for the buildings shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016 is:
(i)960.0 square metres for Building 'A'; and
(ii)the gross floor area that existed in the Existing Building on December 1, 2016.
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1) amenity space must be provided in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of 250 square metres of indoor amenity space must be in the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(ii)an minimum of 150 square metres of outdoor amenity space must be provided, of which a minimum of 40 square metres must be in a location immediately adjacent to the Existing Building and Building A as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016; and
(iii)in addition to subsection (i) and (ii) above, an additional multi-purpose room or rooms with a minimum total gross floor area of 50 square metres must be provided on the ground floor of the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, and such room(s) may only be used for additional amenity space, and/or uses permitted in regulation (B)(i) and (ii) above.
(J)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70, 10.5.40.70(1), 10.10.40.70 and 600.10.10(1):
(i)no portion of the Existing Building or Building 'A' erected or used above finished ground level may be located otherwise than wholly within the areas delineated by heavy lines shown as the Existing Building and Building 'A' on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(ii)the above ground main walls of a building must be setback from a lot line at least the distance shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(iii)the minimum above finished ground separation distance between main walls of two buildings is 7.0 metres;
(iv)no building setback requirement applies below finished ground; and
(v)regulation 600.10.10(1) does not apply to the Existing Building shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016 as it existed on December 1, 2016.
(K)Despite regulation 10.10.40.80(1)(A), for Building A as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, where a line projected outward at a right angle from one main wall intercepts another main wall of the same building, the required minimum above-finished ground separation distance between those main walls is 0.9 metres.
(L)The provisions of subsections (H) and (L) above, and regulations 5.10.40.70, 10.5.40.10, 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60 and 10.10.40.10, do not apply to prevent the erection and use of the following:
(i)on Building A as shown on Diagram 3 to By-law 1285-2016, parapets, chimneys vents, stacks, flues and elements of a green roof to a maximum vertical projection of 1.5 metres above the permitted maximum height of the building;
(ii)a stair enclosure to a maximum vertical projection of 3.0 metres above established grade;
(iii)canopies, balconies, privacy screens and awnings attached to the Existing Building on December 1, 2016;
(iv)stairs, railings, guard rails, retaining walls, planters, trellis, pergola and ramp or elevating device providing barrier free access;
(v)a garden shed limited to a maximum vertical projection of 2.5 metres above finished ground; and
(vi)a parking garage located at or below established grade.
(M)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(4), a driveway may have a maximum total width of 6.6 metres and a driveway that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 that does not comply is permitted.
(N)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1) and Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following requirements:
(i)a minimum of 70 parking spaces must be provided for residents;
(ii)a minimum of 36 parking spaces must be provided for visitors; and
(iii)no parking spaces are required for non-residential uses.
(O)Despite provision (N)(ii) above, during construction of renovations to the existing surface parking area and parking garage within the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, a minimum of 10 parking spaces are required for visitors. Upon completion of such renovations, and no later than 3 years from the date of issuance of the first above grade building permit for Building A, parking spaces must be provided and maintained in accordance with provision (N)(ii) above.
(P)Despite provision (N) above and regulations 10.5.80.10(1) and 230.5.1.10(8), a maximum of 12 parking spaces and bicycle parking spaces for Parcel A on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 may be located or partially located on Parcel B on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016, if access to the parking spaces and the bicycle parking spaces is from the parking garage in the Existing Building shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016.
(Q)Despite regulation 200.5.1(3), a drive aisle that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 that does not comply is permitted and the minimum width required shall be the existing width.
(R)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2) and (3) a parking space that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 that has dimensions that are lesser than the minimum or greater than the maximum dimensions required by this by-law is permitted and such parking space may satisfy the requirements of regulation (N) above.
(S)Despite regulation 200.15.1.(1), an accessible parking space that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 that has dimensions that are lesser than the minimum required by this by-law is permitted and such accessible parking space may satisfy the requirements of regulation (N) above.
(T)Despite regulation 200.15.1.5(1)(A) accessible parking spaces must be located within 32 metres of a pedestrian access to the building.
(U)Despite regulation 220.5.10.1, a loading space that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 is permitted and despite regulation 220.5.1.10 satisfies the by-law requirements for a Type "G" loading space.
(V)Despite regulation 220.5.20.1, any driveways providing access to a loading space that existed on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 on December 1, 2016 are permitted and satisfy the requirements of regulation 220.5.20.1.
(W)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1, bicycle parking spaces are only required for dwelling units in Building A.
(X)Despite regulation 800.50(420), for the purpose of this Exception, Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016, is a lot and despite any existing or future severance, partition or division of Parcel A, the provisions of this Exception and By-law 569-2013, as amended, continue to apply to Parcel A as one lot as if no severance, partition or division of the lot had occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1285-2016 ]
(32)Exception R 32
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On that portion of the lands known municipally as 250 Davenport Road in the year 2015, shown as Parcel B on Diagram 1 to By-law 1285-2016, none of the provisions of regulations 10.5.50.10, 10.5.100.1(5), 10.10.20.100(12), 10.10.40.1(5), 10.10.40.30, and 600.10.10(1) apply to prevent the erection and use of buildings or structures on Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016, if in compliance with regulations (B) through (S) below and Section 7 and Schedule A of By-law 1285-2016.
(B)In addition to the uses permitted pursuant to Section 10.10.20.10(1) and despite any provisions of By-law 569-2013 to the contrary, the following uses are also permitted:
(i)within Building D as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016: retail store, office, eating establishment, take-out eating establishment; financial institution, automated banking machine, recreation use, personal service shop, art gallery, or artist studio; and
(ii)uses ancillary to permitted uses on Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016 within a parking garage may be located or partially located on Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016, if access to the parking garage is provided from Parcel A and the parking garage is located within 4.0 metres of the Parcel A lot line.
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40, the maximum gross floor area of all buildings is 26,500 square metres, of which a maximum of 300 square metres may be used for non-residential uses.
(D)In addition to the provisions of regulation 10.5.40.40(4), any area within Building D, as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, provided as indoor amenity space is also excluded from the calculation of gross floor area.
(E)Despite regulation 800.50(240), established grade for Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016 means the Canadian Geodetic Elevation of 119.2 metres.
(F)Despite regulation 5.10.30.20, the front lot line is the lot line abutting Bedford Road.
(G)Despite regulation 5.10.1.30(3)(A) a dwelling unit may be entirely below established grade but no dwelling unit may be entirely below finished ground level.
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the height of any building must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol "H" on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016.
(I)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(3) and (4), the portion of the building located within the area shown as mechanical penthouse on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016 must only be occupied by the elements for the functional operation of the building listed in paragraphs (A), (B) and (C) of regulation 10.5.40.10(3), and may project a maximum of 6 metres above the maximum permitted height of the building.
(J)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70, 10.5.40.70, 10.10.40.70 and 10.10.40.80:
(i)no portion of a building erected or used above finished ground may be located otherwise than wholly within the areas delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(ii)above finished ground the main walls of a building must be setback from a lot line at least the distance shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(iii)above finished ground the minimum separation distance between main walls is at least the distances shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016; and
(iv)no building setback requirement applies below finished ground.
(K)The provisions of subsections (F), (G) and (H) above, and regulations 5.10.40.70, 10.5.40.10, 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60 and 10.10.40.10, do not apply to prevent the erection and use of the following:
(i)parapets, window washing equipment and elements of a green roof to a maximum vertical projection of 1.5 metres above the maximum permitted building heights as shown on Diagram 3 to By-law 1285-2016;
(ii)a platform, such as a porch, terrace, deck, patio or similar structure, including associated privacy screens or dividers, with a floor no higher than the first storey of a building above established grade, to a maximum horizontal projection of 5.0 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(iii)cooling towers, generator, stair tower, fresh air units to a maximum vertical projection of 0.6 metres metres above the maximum permitted height of the mechanical penthouse set out in regulation (I);
(iv)awnings and canopies to a maximum horizontal projection of 1.5 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 to By-law 1285-2016;
(v) structures on the roof of the building used for outside or open air recreation, outdoor amenity space, safety and wind protection purposes to a maximum vertical projection of 3.0 metres above the permitted maximum building height shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016, provided such structures do not enclose space to form a room or rooms;
(vi)railings fences, retaining walls, guard rails, underground garage ramps and their associated structures, landscape and public art features, architectural roof top feature, architectural design element, trellis, planters, ramps or elevating device providing for barrier free access; stairs, structures for safety and wind protection purposes, lighting fixtures, chimneys, vents, stacks and flues;
(vii)balconies to a maximum horizontal depth of 1.7 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016; and
(viii) parking garage located at or below established grade.
(L)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), amenity space must be provided in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of 1.8 square metres of indoor amenity space per dwelling unit in Building D, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016, must be provided in a multi-purpose room or rooms, where:
(a)at least one room, which is not a guest suite, must contain a kitchen and a washroom; and
(b)the indoor amenity space may include a guest suite which must contain a bathroom and may contain a kitchen;
(ii)a minimum of 0.8 square metres of outdoor amenity space per dwelling unit in Building D, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016, must be provided, of which at least 40 square metres is to be provided in a location adjoining or directly accessible from the indoor amenity space.
(M)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1) and Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following requirements for Building B, C and D as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1285-2016:
(i)a minimum of 0.45 parking spaces for each dwelling unit in Building D for use by residents of Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016;
(ii)a minimum of 1 parking space for each dwelling unit in Building B and Building C for residents in Buildings B and C;
(iii)a minimum of 0.10 parking spaces for each dwelling unit in Building D, minus one parking space, for the use of visitors to Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016; and
(iv) parking spaces are not required for non-residential uses.
(N)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(A)(iv), up to a maximum of 15 parking spaces may be obstructed on one side without widening.
(O)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1(2) and (5) bicycle parking spaces are only required for dwelling units in Building D, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1285-2016.
(P)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9) and 230.10.1.20, all required "long-term" and "short-term" bicycle parking spaces may be located anywhere within the first and/or second level of the building below finished ground.
(Q)Despite regulations 10.5.100.1(4) a driveway may have a minimum width of 3.0 metres for each lane and a maximum total width of 6.4 metres.
(R)Despite any provisions of this Exception and the provisions of By-law 569-2013 to the contrary, the following uses are permitted for a period not longer than three years from the date of approval of By-law 1285-2016: a sales office for the purpose of the sale of dwelling units to be erected on Parcel B, as shown on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1285-2016, and/or an office for the administration and management of construction activities related to construction on Parcel B.
(S)Despite regulation 800.50(420), for the purpose of this Exception, Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1285-2016 is a lot and despite any existing or future severance, partition or division of Parcel B, the provisions of this Exception and By-law 569-2013, as amended, continue to apply to Parcel B as one lot as if no severance, partition or division had occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1285-2016 ]
(33)Exception R 33
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, an ancillary building or structure is not permitted on a lot with a lot frontage of less than 4.57 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 115]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(34)Exception R 34
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)City of Toronto by-law 491-2000(OMB); and [ By-law: 580-2017 ]
(35)Exception R 35
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 1117 and 1119 Gerrard Street East, if Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 476-2017, are complied with, none of the provisions of Clause and Regulations 10.5.40.60(2)(B), 10.5.40.60(3)(B), 10.5.40.70, 10.5.50.10(4) and (5), 10.5.80.1(2), 10.5.80.10(2), 10.5.80.30(1), 10.5.100.1(5), 10.10.20.100(3), 10.10.40.10(1), 10.10.40.30(1)(B), 10.10.40.40(1), 10.10.40.50(1)(A)(B), 10.10.40.70(1)(2)(3), 10.10.40.80, 200.5.1, 200.5.1.10(2)(A)(B)(D) and (12), and Chapter 220, apply to prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in (B) to (R) below;
(B)The lot consists of the lands delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 476-2017;
(C)The building is comprised of the existing building and the building addition as shown on the attached Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017;
(D)The total gross floor area of all buildings and structures must not exceed 4,700 square metres and:
(i)The total gross floor area for residential uses must not exceed 4,410 square metres;
(ii)The total gross floor area for non-residential uses must be a minimum of 235 square metres and not exceed 290 square metres;
(E)The residential gross floor area is comprised of 65 social housing dwelling units on the lot;
(F)The gross floor area for non-residential uses must be comprised of a minimum 235 square metres for a community centre use that is operated by a local non-profit organization;
(G)The height of a building or structure is measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 89.00 metres;
(H)The total height of the building or structure must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol "H" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017;
(I)Despite (H) above, parapets, green roof elements, stair shafts, roof anchors, a roof top air cooler chiller and a roof top unit for ventilation and associated mechanical penthouse and equipment overrun may exceed the permitted maximum height specified by the number following the "H" symbol as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017 by 3.5 metres;
(J)The height of the existing building must not exceed the height of that building as it existed on the date of the enactment of By-law 476-2017;
(K)Minimum building setbacks must be provided as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017;
(L)Despite (K) above, canopies may encroach beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017 by 1.5 metres;
(M)Despite (K) above, benches and planters may encroach beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 476-2017 by 3.0 metres;
(i)Indoor amenity space at a minimum of 2 square metres for each dwelling unit. The indoor amenity space may be in a multi-purpose room or rooms and at least one room must collectively contain a kitchen and a washroom;
(ii)Outdoor amenity space at a minimum of 2 square metres for each dwelling unit. The outdoor amenity space must be provided and maintained on the lot in a location that may or may not adjoin or be directly accessible from indoor amenity space;
(N)Despite 10.10.40.50(1), amenity space must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following:
(i)Indoor amenity space at a minimum of 2 square metres for each dwelling unit. The indoor amenity space may be in a multi-purpose room or rooms and at least one room must collectively contain a kitchen and a washroom;
(ii)Outdoor amenity space at a minimum of 2 square metres for each dwelling unit. The outdoor amenity space must be provided and maintained on the lot in a location that may or may not adjoin or be directly accessible from indoor amenity space;
(O)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1 (5) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following: [By-law 1387-2017]
(i)A minimum of 6 long-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided below grade for residents;
(ii)A minimum of 6 short-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided at grade for visitors;
(P)Despite 200.5.10.1(1), 200.5.10.1(5), and Section 200.15, as may be amended from time to time, parking spaces must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of five (5) parking spaces must be provided, subject to the following:
(a)One (1) accessible parking space must be provided with minimum parking dimensions of:
Length – 6.0 metres;
Width – 3.7 metres;
(b)Four (4) parking spaces must be provided with minimum parking dimensions of:
Length – 6.0 metres;
Width – 2.6 metres;
(Q)A minimum of 14 percent of the area of the lot shall be maintained as landscaping;
(R)A temporary sales office is permitted on the lot for a maximum of 3 years.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7). [ By-law: 476-2017 ]
(36)Exception R 36
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)In addition to the uses listed in Article 10.10.20, the following uses are permitted within a building which existed on the lands on April 28, 2017:
Retail Store;
Eating Establishment; and
Take-out Eating Establishment;
(B)An Eating Establishment must comply with the specific use regulations in Section 150.100; and
(C)The uses permitted in (A) above, may only be located in the first storey and associated basement portions of the building which existed on April 28, 2017.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
(B)On 1041 College St., former City of Toronto By-law 113-85. [ By-law: 421-2017 ]
(37)Exception R 37
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)For the purposes of this exception, the lands shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1398-2017 is the lot;
(B) Established Grade is Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 118.38 metres;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10, no portion of any building or structure above established grade may exceed the maximum height in metres specified by the numbers following the letter "H" as shown on Diagram 2 of By-law 1398-2017;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10 (3), the following equipment and structures on the roof of a building may exceed the permitted maximum height for that building by 5.2 metres:
(i)equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation equipment.
(E)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10 (4), the minimum required landscaping area is 2,300 square metres; a minimum of 1,600 square metres of the required landscaping must be soft landscaping;
(F)Despite the regulations 10.10.40.70 (1), (2), and (3) the minimum building setbacks are shown on Diagram 2 of By-law 1398-2017;
(G)Despite (F) above, the minimum building setback for an underground parking garage from a lot line is 0.5 metres;
(H)Despite (F) above, the following building elements and structures may encroach into a required building setback:
(i)eaves, canopies, cornices, lighting fixtures, awnings, architectural features, window sills, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls, stairs, covered stairs and or stair enclosures associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage;
(ii)balconies to a maximum of 1.0 metre;
(iii)uncovered patios to a maximum of 2.0 metres; and
(iv)uncovered patios below established grade to a maximum of 3.5 metres into the required building setback from the west lot line.
(I)The total gross floor area of all buildings and structures on the lot must not exceed 8,550 square metres;
(J)The maximum number of residential dwelling units on the lot is 77;
(K) Amenity space for the use of residents of all buildings must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)A minimum of 2.0 square metres of indoor amenity space for each dwelling unit must be provided in a multi-purpose room or rooms within the building and at least one must contain both a kitchen and a washroom; and
(ii)A minimum of 2.0 square metres of outdoor amenity space for each dwelling unit must be provided of which at least 180 square metres is in a location adjoining or directly accessible from the indoor amenity space required in (i) above.
(L)A sales office used to sell dwelling units in the development is permitted for a period of 3 years from the date of the passing of By-law 1398-2017;
(M)If a sales office in (L) above is in a newly erected building:
(i)the maximum permitted gross floor area is 280 square metres;
(ii)the maximum building height is 4.0 metres; and
(iii)the minimum building setback from the west and south lot lines is 7.5 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1398-2017 ]
(38)Exception R 38
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 25 Leonard Avenue, if the requirements of this By-law 1079-2017, are complied with, none of the provisions of Clause and Regulations 10.5.50.10.(5), 10.5.100.1.(5), 10.10.40.1.(2), 10.10.40.30.(1)B), 10.10.40.40.(1), 10.10.40.70.(2), 10.10.40.70.(4)G), 200.5.10.1.(1), 220.5.10.1.(2), 230.10.1.20.(1) and 230.20.1.20.(2), apply to prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted by the following regulations;
(B)The lot consists of the land delineated by the heavy line on Diagram 1 of By-law 1079-2017;
(C)The building is comprised of the existing building A and the new building B as shown on the attached Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017;
(D)The total gross floor area of all buildings and structures must not exceed 3,820 square metres and:
(i)The total gross floor area of building A, as existing in the year 2017, must not exceed 3,120 square metres; and
(ii)The total gross floor area of building B must not exceed 700 square metres;
(E)The gross floor area is comprised of 99 social housing dwelling units on the lot;
(F)No portion of any buildings or structures on the lot may have a height greater than the height in metres specified by the number following the H symbol on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017;
(G)Despite (F) above, parapets, lighting fixtures, ornamental elements, chimneys, vents, stacks, transformer vaults, stair shafts, safety and wind protection elements, window washing equipment, green roof elements and public art features may exceed the permitted maximum height specified by the numbers following the "H" symbol as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017 by 2.0 metres;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(2) the height of the exterior main walls of the building addition on the lot must not exceed 12.0 metres;
(I)Minimum building setbacks must be provided as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.40.80(1) the distance between the main wall of building A and the main wall of building B on the lot must be at least 5.2 metres, save and except for stairs that serve the building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017;
(K)Despite (I) and (J) above, the following may encroach beyond the heavy and dashed lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017 by 2.4 metres: canopies, cornices, awnings, trellises, eaves, window sills, lighting fixtures, public art and stair enclosure related to building A;
(L)The stair enclosure as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1079-2017 must be a minimum distance of 2.1 metres from the rear lot line;
(M)Despite regulation 101.10.40.50(1) amenity space for all social housing dwelling units in building A and building B must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following:
(i)Indoor amenity space must equal a minimum of 240 square metres and may be in a multipurpose room or rooms and at least one room must contain a kitchen and a washroom; and
(ii)Outdoor amenity space must equal a minimum of 120 square metres and must be provided and maintained on the lot and in a location that may or may not adjoin or be directly accessible from indoor amenity space;
(N)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1(5) bicycle parking spaces for all social housing dwelling units in building A and building B must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 48 long-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided within the buildings; and
(ii)A minimum of 20 short-term bicycle parking spaces must be provided.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: [ By-law: 1079-2017 ]
(39)Exception R 39
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 2525 Bathurst Street, if the requirements in Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 510-2018 are complied with, none of the provisions of 10.5.40.10(1) and 10.5.40.40(1) apply to prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in compliance with (B) to (L) below;
(B)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 178.75 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the numerical value in metres following the letter "HT" and, where indicated, the numerical number of storeys following the letters "ST" within the areas delineated on Diagram 3 of By-law 510-2018;
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 11,400 square metres;
(E)Despite Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are those shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 510-2018;
(F)Despite Clause 10.5.40.60, the following building elements and structures are permitted to encroach into the required building setback areas beyond the heavy lines and building envelopes, specified in Diagram 3 of By-law 510-2018:
(i)eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures, fences and safety railings, trellises, balustrades, chimneys, vents, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls, landscape features, privacy screens, ornamental structures, frames, underground garage ramps, walkways, stairs, covered stairs and or stair enclosures associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage, stair landings, decks, planters, public art features, cladding, and architectural features;
(ii)platforms such as balconies may project a maximum of 1.8 metres beyond the heavy lines and building envelopes specified on Diagram 3;
(iii)canopies which may encroach a maximum of 3 metres beyond the heavy lines and building envelopes specified on Diagram 3;
(G)Despite Clause 10.5.40.10, the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically above the height limits specified in Diagram 3 of By-law 510-2018:
(i)parapets, guardrails, railings, balustrades, stairs, stair enclosures, privacy screens, flues, vents and air intakes, trellises, eaves, frames, ornamental or architectural elements, insulation and roof surface materials, landscape elements, lighting fixtures, solar panels and solar hot water heaters, communications equipment, lightning rods, window washing equipment, and elements or structures on the roof of the building used for green roof, drainage, safety or wind protection by a maximum of 2.0 metres above the height specified by the numbers following the "H" as shown on attached Diagram 3;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4) a minimum of 24 percent of the lot area must be used for landscaping of which 10 percent must be soft landscaping;
(I)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided and maintained in accordance with the following minimum standards:
(i)Minimum of 0.61 parking spaces per dwelling unit for residents, of which a minimum of 2 parking spaces must be for car share purposes; and
(ii)Minimum 0.10 parking spaces per dwelling unit for visitors;
(J)Despite regulation 200.15.10(1), a minimum of 5 accessible parking spaces are required;
(K)Despite regulation 220.5.10.1, a minimum of 1 Type "G" loading space must be provided; and
(L)The following regulations do not apply:
(i)5.10.40.70 (2) Setbacks, Parts of a Building or Structure to which a Required Building Setback Applies; and
(ii)10.10.40.30(1)(B) Building Depth.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 510-2018 ]
(40)Exception R 40
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 14 Dewhurst Boulevard, none of the requirements of 10.5.50.10.(5), 10.5.60.10.(1), 10.5.80.30.(1), 10.5.100.1, 10.10.40.30.(1), 10.10.40.80.(1), 200.5.1.10.(12) and 200.15 shall prevent the erection or use of an apartment building, including ancillary buildings or structures, and any addition or enlargement provided that the requirements of (B) to (P) below are met;
(B)Despite 10.5.40.70 and 10.10.40.70, a building or structure must be located entirely within the area delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 3 of By-law 1086-2018;
(C)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10.(1), any building or structure erected on the lands must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol H on Diagram 3 of By-law 1086-2018 with the exception of the following:
(i)Mechanical equipment and any associated enclosure structures, parapets, generators, guard rails, railings and dividers, pergolas, trellises, screens, gates, stairs, stair enclosures, landings, wheel chair ramps, platforms abutting pedestrian entrances, bicycle racks, bollards, window washing equipment, lightning rods, architectural features, elements of a green roof are permitted to extend a maximum of 4 metres above the heights shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1086-2018; and
(ii)Any park elements within the portion of the lot identified as "Land to be conveyed to the City for a public park" on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1086-2018;
(D)Despite (B) above and the requirements of 10.5.40.60, the following may encroach into a required building setback shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1086-2018 as follows:
(i)Awnings and canopies to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(ii)Doors, cornices, ornamental elements, parapets, architectural flutes, pillars, pergolas, trellises, eaves, ventilation shafts, guardrails, balustrades, railings, wheel chair ramps, columns, piers, window sills, light fixtures, to a maximum of 1.2 metres; and
(iii)Balconies, platforms, and/or terraces are permitted to encroach to a maximum of 2.1 metres;
(E)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum of 115.17 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building; [By-law 251-2019]
(F)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40.(1), the total gross floor area of all buildings and structures erected on the lot must not exceed 3,600 square metres;
(G)A maximum of 32 dwelling units are permitted, of which a minimum of 21 must be two-bedroom dwelling units and a minimum of 5 must be three-bedroom dwelling units;
(H)Despite Regulations 10.5.50.10.(4) a minimum of 110.1 square metres of soft landscaping is required to be provided on the lot, excluding the portion of the lot identified as "Land to be conveyed to the City for a public park" on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1086-2018;
(I)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50.(1), residential amenity space must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)A minimum of 35.9 square metres as indoor amenity space; and
(ii)No outdoor amenity space is required;
(J)Despite Regulations 200.5.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot as follows:
(i)24 parking spaces for occupants of the dwelling units, which may be provided as stacked parking spaces; and
(ii)1 parking spaces for visitors, which is to be located on the surface of the lot;
(K)Despite Regulation 200.5.1.10.(2) and 200.5.1.10.(4), stacked parking spaces must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)a minimum length of 5.2 metres;
(ii)a minimum width of 2.5 metres, and may be obstructed on one or both sides without an increase in the minimum required width;
(iii)a minimum vertical clearance of 1.5 metres; and
(iv)a platform of such stacked parking space may have dimensions of not less than 5.0 metres in length and 2.5 metres in width;
(L)Despite Regulation 200.5.1.10.(2), the one surface parking space required for visitors may have a minimum width of 2.48 metres, and may be obstructed on one or both sides without an increase in the minimum required width;
(M)Despite Regulation 10.5.100.1:
(i)For stacked parking spaces, the driveway width for each stacked parking space is a maximum of 6 metres; and
(ii)For the visitor parking space located on the surface of the lot, the driveway width is a maximum of 3.5 metres;
(N)Despite Regulation 220.5.10.1.(2), no Type "G" loading space is required;
(O)Despite Regulation 230.10.1.20.(1), long-term bicycle parking spaces may be located in storage lockers; and
(P)A minimum of 41 bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained for the dwelling units in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 33 long-term bicycle parking spaces; and
(ii)A minimum of 8 short-term bicycle parking spaces.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1086-2018 ]
(41)Exception R 41
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 666 Spadina Avenue, if the requirements in Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 1249-2018 are complied with, none of the provisions of 10.10.40.10(1) and 10.10.40.40(1) apply to prevent the erection and use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in compliance with (B) to (W) below;
(B)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 111.10 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1) the height of any building or structure on the lot must not exceed the maximum height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4) the lot must have:
(i)a minimum 45 percent of the area of the lot for landscaping; and
(ii)a minimum of 65 percent of the landscaping area required in (i) above, must be soft landscaping;
(E)A minimum of 725 square metres of privately owned publicly accessible open space, and one privately owned publicly accessible pedestrian walkway easement must be provided on the lot generally in the locations as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018;
(F)In addition to the uses permitted pursuant to Section 10.10.20.10(1) the following uses are also permitted within Building A, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018 art gallery, artist studio, automated banking machine, eating establishment, financial institution, personal service shop, office, retail store, recreation use, or take-out eating establishment;
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.20.100(12), more than one retail store is permitted within Building A as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018, provided:
(i)the total gross floor area of all retail stores does not exceed 700 square metres; and
(ii) retail stores are located on the first storey;
(H)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B), with respect to building depth, does not apply;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 30,600 square metres and:
(i)the total gross floor area for Building A as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018 must not exceed 10,400 square metres, of which a maximum of 9,700 square metres may be used for residential uses and a maximum of 700 square metres may be used for non-residential uses; and
(ii)the total gross floor area for Building B as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018 must not exceed 20,200 square metres;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1) amenity space for all dwelling units in Building A and Building B as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018 must be provided in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of 860 square metres of indoor amenity space must be provided and maintained on the lot, consisting of a multi-purpose room or rooms that must include food preparation and sanitary facilities; and
(ii)a minimum of 1,237 square metres of outdoor amenity space that does not have to be adjoining or be directly accessible from the indoor amenity space;
(K)Despite regulations 10.5.40.70(1) and 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks are shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018;
(L)Despite clause 10.5.40.60 the following building elements are permitted to encroach into the required setbacks:
(i)balustrades, eaves, cornices, guardrails, ornamental elements, lighting fixtures, transformer vault, trellises, window sills, vents, stairs, railings, and wheelchair ramps, covered stairs and or stair enclosures associated with an entrance or exit from an underground parking garage;
(ii)balconies may project a maximum of 1.8 metres beyond the heavy lines and building envelopes specified on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018; and
(iii)canopies may encroach into the required setbacks but must be located within the areas delineated by the dashed lines as identified on Diagram 4 of By-law 1249-2018;
(M)Despite clause 10.5.40.10 the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically beyond the height limits specified in Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018;
(i)parapets, antennas, elevator overruns, guardrails, railings, balustrades, stairs, stair enclosures, privacy screens, flues, vents and air intakes, trellises, eaves, frames, ornamental or architectural elements, insulation and roof surface materials, landscape elements, lighting fixtures, solar panels and solar hot water heaters, communications equipment, lightning rods, window washing equipment, and elements or structures on the roof of the building used for outside or open air recreation, green roof, drainage, safety or wind protection purposes which may project a maximum of 2.0 metres above the height specified by the numbers following the "HT" beyond the heights specified on Diagram 3;
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(3) no projection, other than those permitted in (M) above, are permitted beyond the height specified by the numbers following the "HT" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1249-2018: for the area labeled "Top of Mechanical Penthouse";
(O)Regulation 10.5.40.10(4)(A), regarding the functional operation area of a building does not apply;
(P)Despite regulation 200.5.1(3) the minimum drive aisle width may be 5.48 metres;
(Q)Despite clause 200.5.1.10(2)(B) and (D), a parking space existing on July 27, 2018 in the underground garage may have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 2.6 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.0 metres;
(R)Despite the parking rates in Table 200.5.10.1 and regulation 200.5.1.10.1(1) parking spaces for all residential units on the lot must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of 159 parking spaces for residents;
(ii)a minimum of 37 parking spaces for residential visitors; and
(iii)no parking spaces are required for non-residential uses;
(S)Despite (R) above, if Building A contains fewer than 133 dwelling units, the number of parking spaces required in (R) above may be reduced by 0.34 parking spaces for each dwelling unit that is reduced;
(T)Despite regulation 200.15.1(1) and 200.15.1.5 an accessible parking space may:
(i)have a vertical clearance of 2.0 metres; and
(ii)a parking space does not have to be located closest to a main pedestrian access to a building;
(U)Despite regulation 220.5.10 one loading space - Type C, and one loading space - Type G must be provided on the lot;
(V)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(6) and (9), and 230.5.10.1(1) and (5) bicycle parking spaces for all dwelling units in Building A and Building B must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of one hundred and fourteen (114) bicycle parking spaces long-term must be provided within Parking level 1 and Parking level 2;
(ii)a minimum of forty-six (46) bicycle parking spaces long-term must be provided at grade;
(iii)a minimum of fourteen (14) bicycle parking spaces – short-term shall be provided at grade; and
(iv)no bicycle parking spaces are required for non-residential uses;
(W)Despite regulation 5.10.40.70(2), setbacks below grade do not apply; and
(X)Section 600.10, with respect to tall building regulations in the Downtown does not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1249-2018 ]
(42)Exception R 42
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)If the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) are complied with then none of the Clauses and Regulations apply to prevent the erection of a building or structure in compliance with (B) to (BB) below;
(B) Established grade is Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 159.95 metres;
(C)Despite Clause 10.10.40.10(1) and 10.10.40.10(8), no part of a building may exceed the maximum building height in metres, indicated by the number following the letters HT for the maximum number of storeys indicated by the number following the letters ST on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(D)Despite Section 4(C) above and Section 4(F) below, for each of Building A and Building B shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT), the building roof area must not exceed 715 square metres and the total area of the mechanical penthouse for each of Building A and Building B must not cover more than 63 percent of the area of the building roof;
(E)Despite Sections 4(C) and 4(D) above and Clause 10.5.40.10, the following elements of a building may exceed the maximum permitted building height as follows:
(i)1.5 metres for parapets, guard rails, railings and stairs, window washing equipment, architectural features, elements of a green roof;
(ii)6.0 metres for a stair enclosure related for the below-grade parking garage, dividers, trellises, screens, and architectural roof canopies on both existing and new buildings;
(iii)2.1 metres for pipes, vents chimneys and lightning rods above the height of the mechanical penthouse; and
(iv)11.0 metres for architectural entrance canopies below the third storey on both the existing and new buildings;
(F)Despite 10.10.40.70(3)(C), all portions of a building or structure above ground must be located within the areas delineated as building setback line on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(G)Despite Section 4(F) above and Clauses 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60 and 5.10.40.70.(1) the following elements of a building, above or below-ground , may extend into a required building setback line, shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT), as follows:
(i)2.0 metres for light fixtures, ornamental elements, patios, decks, terraces, planters, ventilation shafts, stairs, stair enclosures, wheelchair ramps, awnings and cornices;
(ii)5.0 metres for canopies;
(iii) Parking garage ramps and associated structures below-ground; and
(iv)Exterior enclosed stairwells for below-ground parking garage if it is no closer to a lot line than 1.2 metres;
(H)Despite Clause 10.10.40.40.(1)(A), the total gross floor area of all buildings or structures on the lands shown on Diagram 1 must not exceed 66,500 square metres;
(I)Despite Clauses 10.5.40.20, 10.5.40.30, 10.10.40.30.(1)(B) and 10.10.40.1.(5)(B), the required building length and, building depth do not apply, provided that the buildings comply with the building length and building depth indicated on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(J)Despite Clause 10.10.40.1(2), a maximum of four residential buildings are permitted on the lands as indicated on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(K)Despite Clauses 10.5.40.70 and 10.5.40.71, the minimum front yard setback for any new building or structure erected on the lands shown on Diagram 1 after the date that By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) comes into force and for any existing buildings or structures erected before the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) is indicated on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(L)Despite Clause 10.10.40.80.(1)(B), the distance between main walls of the apartment buildings is indicated on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(M)Despite Clause 10.5.50.10(4), the combined soft landscape and landscape requirements must be not less than 30 percent of the area of the lands shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(N)Despite Clause 10.5.50.10.(5), no strip of soft landscaping is required along the southerly lot line;
(O)Despite Clause 10.10.40.50.(1)(A), indoor amenity space must be provided on the lands shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) for the use of all residents of such lands at a minimum of 1.7 square metres for each new dwelling unit erected on the lands after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) and, outdoor amenity space must be provided on the lands shown on Diagram 1 for the use of all residents of such lands at a minimum of 2.4 square metres for each new dwelling unit erected on the lands after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT), of which:
(i)A minimum of 518 square metres of indoor amenity space and 661 square metres of outdoor amenity space, portions of which are contiguous, are provided respectively in or adjacent to Building A and/or Building C shown on Diagram 3; and
(ii)A minimum of 395 square metres of indoor amenity space and 707 square metres of outdoor amenity space, portions of which are contiguous, are provided respectively in or adjacent to Building B and/or Building D shown on Diagram 3;
(P)For clarity, other than the indoor and outdoor amenity space required in Section 4 (O) above, no additional indoor or outdoor amenity space is required for the existing buildings erected on the lands shown on Diagram 1 before the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT), provided that the indoor amenity space in Buildings A and B shown on Diagram 3 and the outdoor amenity space on the lands shown in Diagram 1 is provided for the use of all buildings and all residents of such buildings on the lands shown on Diagram 1;
(Q)Despite Clauses 200.5.1.10.2.(A)(iv), 200.5.10.1.(1), and 200.15.1.5.(1) the minimum required number of parking spaces for residents of the lands shown on Diagram 1 and their visitors must be located in a below ground parking garage as follows:
(i)A total of 118 parking spaces for the use of residents of dwelling units in the buildings erected before the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT), of which 86 parking spaces must be exclusively resident parking spaces and 32 must be visitors parking spaces; and
(ii)In addition to the parking spaces required in (i) above, for buildings erected on the lands shown on Diagram 1 after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) a minimum of:
(a)0.35 parking spaces for each new dwelling unit erected after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) must be provided exclusively as residents parking spaces; and
(b)0.1 parking spaces for each new dwelling unit erected after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) must be provided as visitor parking spaces;
(iii)Accessible parking spaces may be located at different levels of the below grade parking garage;
(R)Despite Section 4(Q) above, the parking space requirements for the existing buildings, may be provided off-site during the construction of the new buildings, for a period not to exceed three years from the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(S)A maximum of 10 percent of the required parking spaces may have a minimum length of 5.0 metres and a minimum width of 2.3 metres, if the parking space is accessed by a drive aisle that has a minimum width of 6.0 metres;
(T)Despite Clauses 10.5.80.10(3) and 10.10.20.10.(1) and 4 (Q) above, all required visitor parking spaces may be used for public parking and charging for visitor parking is permitted;
(U)Despite Clause 10.5.80.10(9)(B), commercial vehicles may be permitted to be parked above-ground;
(V)Despite Clauses 10.5.100.1(4), driveway access to the buildings erected before the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) on the lands shown on Diagram 1 may have a maximum total width of 12.0 metres;
(W) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lands shown on Diagram 1 for the use of all residents of such lands, as follows:
(i)0.9 long-term bicycle parking spaces for each dwelling unit erected on such lands after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT); and
(ii)0.1 short-term bicycle parking spaces for each dwelling unit erected on such lands after the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(X)Despite Clauses 230.5.1.10(9)(B)(iii), 230.10.1.20(2) and 230.5.1.10(9)(B), required bicycle parking spaces are permitted to be located on lower levels of the below-ground parking garage;
(Y)Despite Clause 220.5.10.1, a minimum of one Type "G" loading space must be provided and maintained on the lands shown on Diagram 1;
(Z)A temporary sales office, used exclusively for the initial sale and/or initial leasing of dwelling units on the lands shown on Diagram 1, is permitted for a period of time not to exceed three years from the date of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT);
(AA)The portion of the building identified as having a maximum height of 1.2 metres (HT 1.2 metres) on Diagram 3 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) must only be used for a green roof; and
(BB)This exception applies to all of the lands collectively indicated on Diagram 1 of By-law 1348-2018(LPAT) regardless of future severance, partition or division, including stratified severance.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1348-2018 ]
(43)Exception R 43
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 37 Mitchell Avenue in 1979, public parking and a vehicle service station are permitted if they are located within a building that existed on the lands on November 1, 1979; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 148]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 287 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(44)Exception R 44
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 45 Oaklands Avenue and part of 131 Farnham Avenue, as outlined by heavy black lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 417-2020(OMB), nothing will prevent the erection or use of buildings, structures, additions or enlargements permitted in compliance with (B) to (Z) below;
(B)A maximum of 20 dwelling units in townhouse buildings are permitted;
(C)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1) and 10.5.40.70(1), and Clause 10.10.40.70, minimum required building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB);
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of a building shown as Block 1 on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB) is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 130.39 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(E)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of a building shown as Block 2 on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB) is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 128.25 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(F)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of buildings shown as Block 3 and 4 on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB) is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 126.22 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the buildings;
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), no portion of any building may exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB);
(H)Despite (G) above, and regulation 10.5.40.10(2):
(i)the following additional structures on the roof of the building may exceed the permitted height by 1.5 metres: railings, parapets, balustrades, window sills, guardrails, terraces, platforms, elevated decks, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls, outdoor furniture, skylights, planters, and outdoor fireplace;
(ii)the following additional structures on the roof of the building may exceed the permitted height by 1.8 metres: partition dividing outdoor recreational areas, fences, privacy screens, architectural screens, garbage screen walls, transformer vaults, lightning rods, safety or wind protection purposes, pillars and gates; and
(iii)the following additional structures on the roof of the building may exceed the permitted height by 3.0 metres: eaves, canopies, awnings, cornices, lighting fixtures, architectural features, trellises, window washing equipment, stacks, exhaust flues, ornamental elements, architectural elements, landscape elements, roof access hatches, public art features, and elements or structures on the roof of the building used for outside or open air recreation;
(I)Despite clause 10.5.50.10, a minimum of 1,500 square metres of the lot must be for landscaping, and a minimum of 1,000 square metres of the landscaping must be for soft landscaping;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.20.10(1), an office for the purpose of selling dwelling units in the development is permitted;
(K)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the maximum permitted gross floor area is 7,000 square metres;
(L)Despite regulation 10.5.40.40(3), the gross floor area of residential buildings on the lot may be reduced by:
(i) parking spaces, bicycle parking spaces and drive aisles;
(ii)storage rooms, washrooms, electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation rooms in the basement;
(iii)elevator shafts;
(iv)garbage shafts;
(v)mechanical penthouse; and
(vi)exit stairwells in the building;
(M)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2), the required minimum parking space width is 2.6 metres;
(N)Despite clauses 200.5.10.1 and 200.20.10, parking spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)19 parking spaces for residents;
(ii)2 parking spaces residential visitors;
(iii)1 parking space for the existing heritage building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB);
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.80.10(6), 3 parking spaces may be located in a side yard that abuts a street for residential visitors and the existing heritage building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 417-2020(OMB);
(P)Despite regulation 200.10.1 (1), driveways or drive aisles that provide vehicle access to a visitor parking space do not have to be clearly identified;
(Q)Despite regulation 200.15.10 (1), no accessible parking spaces are required;
(R)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1(1), no bicycle parking spaces are required;
(S)Regulation 10.5.40.10(4), with respect horizontal limits on elements for functional operation of a building, does not apply;
(T)Regulation 10.10.40.1(2), with respect to number of residential buildings on a lot, does not apply;
(U)Regulation 10.10.40.1(4), with respect to minimum width of a dwelling unit, does not apply;
(V)Regulation 10.10.40.1(5), with respect to maximum height of specific pairs of main walls, does not apply;
(W)Regulation 10.10.40.10(2), with respect to building orientation to a street, does not apply;
(X)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) and clause 10.5.40.30, with respect to building depth, do not apply;
(Y)Clause 10.5.40.60, with respect to permitted encroachments, does not apply; and
(Z)Clause 10.10.40.80, with respect to separation between main walls, does not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 417-2020(OMB) ]
(45)Exception R 45
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 1066-1078 Dovercourt Rd. even and inclusive, and 1009 Dupont St. in 1981, a personal service shop, dry cleaning shop, medical office, financial institution, post office, service shop, day nursery, and place of assembly that is a union hall are permitted, if:
(i)the use is located on the ground floor of the building;
(ii)the gross floor area pertaining to the use does not exceed a floor space index of 1.0;
(iii)the gross floor area pertaining to permitted residential uses does not exceed a floor space index of 1.0; and
(iv)the gross floor area of uses permitted in (A) and permitted residential uses does not exceed a floor space index of 1.5. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 151]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(46)Exception R 46
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 1080 Dovercourt Rd. in 1981, a laboratory is permitted; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 169]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 1080 Dovercourt Rd., 1089, 1089A, 1091, 1097 Dovercourt Rd. in 1981, a personal service shop, dry cleaning shop, medical office, financial institution, post office, service shop, day nursery, and place of assembly that is a union hall are permitted, if:
(i)the use is located on the ground floor of the building;
(ii)the gross floor area pertaining to the use does not exceed a floor space index of 1.0;
(iii)the gross floor area pertaining to permitted residential uses does not exceed a floor space index of 1.0; and
(iv)the gross floor area of uses permitted in (A) and permitted residential uses does not exceed a floor space index of 1.5. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 151]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(48)Exception R 48
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 155 Wellesley Street East, despite former City of Toronto By-law 22751, if the requirements of By-law 1183-2018 are complied with, a
building or structure may be constructed in compliance with regulations (B) to (K) below;
(B)The lot consists of the land delineated by the heavy line on Diagram 1 of By-law 1183-2018;
(C)Despite clauses 10.10.20.10 and 10.10.20.100, a medical office, and a retail store are permitted uses within the areas of the building
delineated by heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1183-2018;
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the aggregate of the residential gross floor area and non-residential gross floor area of buildings and structures as shown on Map 1 shall not exceed 10,000 square metres, excluding the underground parking garage, provided that the non-
residential gross floor area of buildings and structures shall not exceed 2,500 square metres within the areas of the building delineated by heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1183-2018;
(E)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1) or (2), 10.5.40.70(1) and (2), 10.5.100.1(5), and clauses 10.5.40.60, 10.10.40.70 and 10.10.40.80, no portion of any building or structure may be located outside the area delineated by heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1183-2018 with the exception of:
(i)architectural features, balconies, terraces, awnings, canopies, light fixtures, parapets, art and landscape features, patios, decks, pillars,
trellises, eaves, window sills, planters, ventilation shafts, guardrails, balustrades, railings, stairs, stair enclosures, doors, fences, frames, screens, window washing equipment, walkways, transformer vaults, wheelchair ramps and site servicing features which may extend by no more than 2.0 metres beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3;
(F)Despite clause 10.10.40.10, no portion of any new building or structure may exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following
the symbol HT of Diagram 3 of By-law 1183-2018 with the exception of:
(i)access ladder, architectural features, balustrades, chimney and flue stacks, communications equipment, cooling towers, doors, eaves, elements of a green roof including green roof servicing enclosures, guard rails, insulation and roof surface materials, landscaping
features, light fixtures, lightning rods, parapets, railings and dividers, roof drainage, roof hatch, screens, trellises, vents and air intakes and window washing equipment which may exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT of Diagram 3 by no more than 2.7 metres;
(G)Despite Regulations 10.5.50.10(4) and (5), a minimum of 18 percent of the area of the lot must be for landscaping and a minimum of 50 percent of the required landscaping area must be soft landscaping;
(H)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), 53 square metres of indoor amenity space and 100 square metres of outdoor amenity space must be provided and maintained on the lot. Such outdoor amenity space is not required to be in a location adjoining or directly accessible to the indoor amenity space;
(I)Despite Regulations 200.5.1(3) and 200.5.1.10(2), a maximum of 72 existing below-grade parking spaces and existing drive aisle are permitted within their existing dimensions as of the date of passing of this By-law;
(J)Despite Regulation 200.5.1.10(2), a maximum of 14 parking spaces may be obstructed which do not provide for an increased width of 0.3 metres on either side; and
(K)Despite Chapter 220, a minimum of one loading space – Type G must be provided and maintained on the lot.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)former City of Toronto By-law 22751. [ By-law: 1183-2018 ]
(49)Exception R 49
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1) the permitted maximum gross floor area is 1,650 square metres;
(B)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1) the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 155.35 metres and the highest point of the building;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1) the permitted maximum height is 12.5 metres;
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(2) the permitted maximum height of the exterior portion of main walls for a residential building, other than an apartment building is 10.0 metres above Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 155.35 metres for either (i) or (ii) below;
(i)for no less than 60 percent of the total width of:
(a)all front main walls; and
(b)all rear main walls; or
(ii)all side main walls:
(a)for no less than 60 percent of the total width of the side main walls facing a side lot line that abuts a street; and
(b)for no less than 100 percent of the total width of the side main walls that do not face a side lot line that abuts a street;
(E)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10 (3) and (4), the following may project above the permitted maximum height:
(i)access hatches, air shafts, sky lights may project a maximum of 1.0 metres; and
(ii)elevator equipment and elevator upstands may project a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.30.20(1) the required minimum lot frontage is 5.0 metres for each townhouse dwelling unit;
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(4) the required minimum width of a dwelling unit in a townhouse is 5.0 metres;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and clause 10.10.40.70 the minimum building setbacks for all buildings or structures are as shown on Diagram 3, attached to By-law 1163-2018;
(I)Despite clause 10.5.40.60, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks in Diagram 3 as follows:
(i)Covered or uncovered decks, porches, patios or other similar platforms and associated structures, canopies, canopy support structures, roofs, awnings or similar structures above a platform may encroach a maximum of 3.5 metres;
(ii)Exterior stairs including landing, may encroach a maximum of 4.5 metres; and
(iii)The eaves of a roof may encroach a maximum of 0.5 metres;
(J)Despite regulations 10.5.50.10(1) and (3), landscaping must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of 38.5 percent of the front yard will be provided as landscaping with a minimum of 50 percent of the front yard landscaping
provided as soft landscaping; and
(ii)a minimum of 50 percent of the rear yard must be soft landscaping;
(K)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1), the maximum permitted building depth is 20.0 metres;
(L)Regulation 10.10.80.40(1) with respect to garage entrances in a front wall does not apply; and
(M)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(1) the permitted maximum width of driveways is as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1163-2018.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1163-2018 ]
(50)Exception R 50
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 122.20 metres and the elevation of highest point of the building;
(B)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(1)(F), balconies located at the second storey on the east façade of the building may encroach into the required minimum side yard setback a maximum of 3.5 metres;
(C)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(2)(B), canopies located on the north and west façades of the building may encroach into a required minimum building setback a maximum of 1.5 metres;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(3)(A), a minimum of 57 percent of the rear yard must be soft landscaping;
(E)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(3)(B), a driveway may have a maximum total width of 6.1 metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.20.40(1), the permitted residential building type is restricted to townhouse;
(G)Despite regulations 10.10.30.20(1)(B) and 10.10.30.20(1)(C)(ii)(b), the required minimum lot frontage is 4.5 metres for each dwelling unit;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(4)(A), the required minimum width of a dwelling unit in a townhouse is 4.5 metres;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1)(A), the permitted maximum height is as shown on Diagram 7 of By-law 799-2018;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(2) regarding the height of main walls does not apply;
(K)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B), the permitted maximum building depth is 32 metres;
(L)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 7, attached to By-law 799-2018; and
(M)Despite regulation 10.10.80.40(2), vehicle access to a parking space may be provided through a driveway accessed from a street at the front of the lot.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 799-2018 ]
(51)Exception R 51
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1) the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 171.31 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is 13.2 metres;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(2)(A), the permitted maximum height of the exterior portion of the front and rear main walls is 11.4 metres;
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(A), the permitted maximum building depth is 18.5 metres;
(E)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are as shown in metres on Diagram 3, attached to By-law 1082-2018;
(F)Despite regulations 10.5.40.60(1)(D), 10.5.40.60(3), 10.5.40.60(5)(A), 10.5.40.60(7)(B), the following may encroach into the required building
setbacks:
(i)in a rear yard, a platform without mains walls attached to or less than 0.3 metres from a building may encroach a maximum of 1.52 metres;
(ii)exterior stairs, including an exterior landing between stairs; and
(iii)a pilaster, decorative column, cornice, sill, belt course or other similar architectural feature may encroach a maximum of 1.0 metres, if it is no closer to a lot line than 0.3 metres;
(G)Despite regulation 10.5.40.50(4)(C), a platform attached to or within 0.3 metres of the rear main wall, may be no higher than 2 metres above
average grade;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(1)(C), a minimum of 50 percent of the front yard must be landscaping; and
(I)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(1)(D), a minimum of 60 percent of the front yard landscaping required in (H) above must be soft landscaping.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1082-2018 ]
(53)Exception R53
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 85-91 Broadway Avenue and 198 Redpath Avenue, if the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 1345-2018(LPAT) are satisfied none of the provisions of regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and 10.10.40.40 apply to prevent the erection or use of a building, structure, addition or enlargement permitted in compliance with (B) to (S) below;
(B)Despite Section 5.10.40.70(1), the underground garage may be set back 0.0 metres from all lot lines;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 23,900 square metres;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 160.15 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 1345-2018(LPAT);
(F)Despite clauses 10.5.40.10 and 10.10.40.10, the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically beyond the height limits specified in (E) above:
(i)Safety railings and fences located at each of the roof levels of the building provided the maximum vertical distance of any such railing does not exceed 1.8 metres;
(ii)A parapet, including roof drainage, thermal insulation and roof ballast at each of the roof levels of the building provided the maximum vertical dimension of any such parapet does not exceed 1.8 metres;
(iii)Structures on the roof of any part of the building used for outside or open air recreation, wind mitigation elements, landscape features, architectural elements, elevator overruns, public art features, mechanical equipment, telecommunications equipment and antennae, window washing equipment, stair towers, partitions dividing outdoor recreation areas, trellises or a fence, planters, landscape features, wall or structure enclosing such elements, lightning rods and exhaust flues provided the maximum vertical distance of such does not exceed 6.0 metres; and
(iv) Green roof elements provided the maximum vertical distance of such does not exceed 2.0 metres;
(G)Despite clause 10.10.40.70 and regulation 10.5.40.70(1), the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1345-2018(LPAT), with the exception of the following:
(i)Except for structural support elements, the storeys within a portion of the building or structure must be set back a minimum of 7.5 metres from the north lot line between 0 metres and 12.5 metres above the Canadian Geodetic Datum Elevation of 160.15 metres; and
(ii)Except for structural support elements, the storeys within a portion of the building or structure must be set back a minimum of 2 metres from the east lot line between 0 metres and 5 metres above the Canadian Geodetic Datum Elevation of 160.15 metres;
(H)Despite clause 10.5.40.60 and regulation 10.5.40.50(2), the following building elements are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks:
(i)Balconies may be located only within the areas identified on Diagram 4 of By-law 1345-2018(LPAT), attached to and forming part of this By-law; and
(ii)Landscape and public art features provided that the encroachment does not exceed 7.5 metres;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), a minimum of 652 square metres of indoor amenity space and 669 square metres of outdoor amenity space must be provided;
(J)Despite clause 200.5.10, a minimum of 80 parking spaces must be provided on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 70 parking spaces must be provided for residents; and
(ii)A minimum of 10 parking spaces must be provided for the use of visitors;
(K)For each car-share parking space provided on the lot, the minimum number of parking spaces required by (I) above may be reduced by 4 parking spaces, up to a maximum of 5 car-share parking spaces;
(L)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9) and 230.5.10.1, 316 bicycle parking spaces must be provided for residents and 36 bicycle parking spaces must be provided for visitors;
(M)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(4), where bicycles are to be parked in a stacked bicycle parking space, the minimum dimension of a bicycle parking space must be at least 0.45 metres wide by 1.8 metres in length with a vertical clearance of 1.2 metres for each bicycle parking space;
(N)Despite regulations 230.5.1.10(6) and 230.5.1.10(9) bicycle parking spaces may be located indoors or outdoors including within a secured room or enclosure;
(O)Regulation 230.10.1.20(1) respecting storage location of bicycle parking spaces does not apply;
(P)A maximum of 385 dwelling units are permitted;
(Q)A minimum 5 percent of the dwelling units must be three bedroom dwelling units;
(R)Regulations 10.5.100.1(5), 10.5.50.10(4)(A) and (B), 10.5.50.10(5), 10.5.80.30 and 10.10.40.30(1) do not apply; and
(S)None of the provisions of By-law 569-2013, as amended, or this By-law shall apply to prevent a temporary sales office on the lot as of the date of passing of this By-law
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1345-2018 ]
(54)Exception R 54
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 580 Christie St. in 1988, Section 12(1) 19 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(55)Exception R 55
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 89 and 101 Roehampton Avenue, if the requirements of clause 5 and Schedule A of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be erected in compliance with (B) to (BB) below;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 28,700 square metres;
(C)Regulations 10.5.40.10(4), 10.5.80.1(2), 10.5.80.30(1), and 10.10.40.10(7) do not apply;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of the building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 164.30 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT);
(F)The hatched area shown and described on Diagram 3 of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT) must commence as measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 164.30 metres;
(G)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(2), the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically beyond the height limits specified on Diagram 3 of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT):
(i)a parapet, roof drainage, thermal insulation, roof assemblies, including decking and pavers or roof ballast, safety railings, and fences at each of the roof levels of the building, green roof elements, provided the maximum vertical distance of any such does not exceed 1.8 metres beyond the height of each roof level of the building; and
(ii)structures on the roof of any part of the building used for outside or open air recreation, wind mitigation elements, landscape features, architectural elements, public art features, telecommunications equipment and antennae, window washing equipment, balcony and terrace partitions and dividers, partitions dividing outdoor recreation areas, trellises or a fence, planters, landscape features, lightning rods, swimming pools (elevated or otherwise), structures housing pool or spa maintenance or operational equipment, provided the maximum vertical distance of such does not exceed 3.0 metres;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(3), the equipment and structures on the roof of the building referenced in that regulation may exceed the permitted maximum height for the building by 5.0 metres;
(I)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and clause 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT);
(J)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(1), a platform or balcony attached to or within 0.3 metres from a building may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(K)Despite (J) above, balconies may not encroach within the areas identified as such on Diagram 3 of By-law 1091-2019(LPAT);
(L)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(2), a canopy, awning, or similar structure, with or without structural support, or a roof over a platform may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 2.5 metres;
(M)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3), exterior stairs, underground garage access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(5), architectural features including lighting and decorative screens, on a building may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(8), equipment including but not limited to vents, pipes, utility equipment, satellite dishes, and antennas (including mounting poles) may project into a required building setback a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(P)Notwithstanding (O) above, window washing equipment may project into a required building setback a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(Q)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), the minimum required amenity space is 510 square metres of indoor amenity space and 510 square metres of outdoor amenity space;
(R)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided at a combined rate of 0.25 parking spaces per dwelling unit for residents and visitors;
(S)For each car-share parking space provided on the lot, the minimum number of parking spaces required by (R) above may be reduced by 4 parking spaces, up to a maximum of 6 car-share parking spaces;
(T)Despite regulation 10.10.20.20(1), 146 parking spaces may be used for public parking;
(U)Despite regulation 200.5.1(3), the minimum width of a two-way drive aisle providing vehicle access to a parking space within a parking garage is 5.5 metres;
(V)Despite regulations 200.5.1.10(2)(A), (B) and (D), the minimum dimensions of a parking space are:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 2.6 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.0 metres;
(W)Despite (V) above, a maximum of 28 parking spaces may have minimum dimensions of:
(i)length of 5.3metres;
(ii)width of 2.4 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 1.7 metres;
(X)Despite clause 200.15.1.5 and regulation 200.15.10(1), a minimum of 6 accessible parking spaces must be provided on the lot;
(Y)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(A) a stacked parking space may have minimum dimensions of:
(i)length of 5.4 metres;
(ii)width of 2.4 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 1.7 metres;
(Z)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9) and 230.5.10.1, a minimum of 0.66 bicycle parking spaces must be provided for each dwelling unit, which may be located on the first storey of the building and on levels of the building below-grade;
(AA)The maximum number of dwelling units is 388, of which a minimum of 20 must be three bedroom dwelling units; and
(BB)Despite regulations 10.5.50.10 (4) and (5), a minimum of 30 percent of the lot must be landscaping of which a minimum 46 percent must be soft landscaping.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1091-2019(LPAT) ]
(56)Exception R 56
The lands or portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)For purposes of this exception, the established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 148.35 metres;
(B)Despite Regulation 5.10.30.20(1), the front lot line is the lot line abutting Russell Hill Road;
(C)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers followed by the symbol "HT" shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 504-2019;
(D)Despite (C) above, and Regulations 10.5.40.10(2), (3), (4) and 10.10.40.10(8) and (9) the following may exceed the permitted maximum height, by a maximum of 3.0 metres:
(i)Architectural and ornamental features, and equipment and structures used for the functional operation of the building, such as parapets, balustrades, trellises, pergolas, railings, ventilation shafts, lighting fixtures, stairs, stair enclosures, architectural screens, privacy screens, elements and structures used for open air recreation, terrace and balcony guards and dividers including fences, landscaping and green roof elements, permanent outdoor furniture and fixtures, access hatches, elevator overruns, antennae, roof topping and finishes to areas other than green roof and recreation areas, and electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation equipment;
(E)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the total gross floor area of all buildings and structures must not exceed a maximum of 5,565 square metres;
(F)In addition to the gross floor area reductions permitted by Regulation 10.5.40.40(4), the gross floor area of an apartment building may be further reduced by:
(i)the area in the building used for parking ramps;
(ii)indoor amenity space, including that in excess of what is required by this By-law;
(iii)all areas with a floor elevation below established grade, except for dwelling units;
(G)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B) does not apply;
(H)Despite Regulations 5.10.40.1(3), 5.10.40.70(6), 5.10.40.80(1), 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are shown in metres on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 504-2019;
(I)Despite (H) above, and Regulations 10.5.40.50(2), 10.5.40.60(1), (2), (3), (5), (6), and (8), the following may encroach into the required building setbacks:
(i)platforms without main walls on exterior sides such as a deck, porch, balcony, or similar structure attached to the building, to a maximum of 3 metres, if no closer to the side lot line than 4 metres, the rear lot line than 6 metres and the front lot line than 7 metres;
(ii)canopies, awnings, roof overhangs, trellises, or similar structures to a maximum of 2 metres, if no closer to a lot line than 4 metres;
(iii)exterior stairs, access ramps, elevating devices and stand-alone ventilation shafts, if no closer to a lot line than 0.6 metres; and
(iv)window projections such as bay windows, box windows and windows sills; architectural features such as pilasters, decorative columns, cornices, belt courses eaves, balustrades, railings, lighting fixtures, or similar elements; landscaping elements such as planters; and wall mounted equipment such as vents, utilities and servicing equipment, satellite dishes, antenna or poles, and air conditioners to a maximum of 1 metre, if no closer to a lot line than 0.3 metres;
(J)Clause 10.10.40.80 does not apply;
(K)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), amenity space will be provided at a minimum rate of:
(i)20 square metres of indoor amenity space per dwelling unit; and
(ii)a total of 20 square metres of outdoor amenity space, which may or may not be in a location directly accessible to the indoor amenity space;
(L)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(4), a minimum of 38 percent of the lands must be landscaping, and of this requirement, a minimum of 90 percent must be soft landscaping;
(M)Despite Regulation 200.5.1.10(5), a maximum of 3 tandem parking spaces may be provided;
(N)Despite Regulation 200.15.10(1), a minimum of 2 accessible parking spaces are required;
(O)Despite Articles 200.15.1, 200.15.10, and 200.15.15, accessible parking spaces must be among the 5 parking spaces closest to a barrier free entrance vestibule which leads to a barrier-free passenger elevator that provides access to the first storey of the building;
(P)Despite Regulation 220.5.10.1(2), one "Type B" loading space is required; and
(Q)Despite Regulation 10.5.100.1(4)(B), driveways may have a maximum total width of 7.5 metres where these cross a lot line.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 504-2019 ]
(57)Exception R 57
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 200, 202, 204, 206, 208, 210, 212 and 214 Keewatin Avenue, no provisions apply to prevent the erection or use of an apartment building or structure, addition or enlargement permitted in compliance with (B) to (R) below;
(B)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the gross floor area of the building must not exceed 6,950 square metres;
(C)A maximum of 36 dwelling units are permitted;
(D)Despite Clauses 10.10.40.70 and 10.10.40.80, the required minimum building setbacks and distance between main walls for all buildings and structures above ground are as shown on Diagram 3, attached to By-law 1216-2019(OMB);
(E)Within the hatched areas shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1216-2019(OMB) no portion of the building or structure is permitted between a height of 163.25 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum and a height of 167.75 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum;
(F)Despite Clause 10.5.40.60 and (E) and (F) above, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1216-2019(OMB):
(i)stairs, patios, transformer boxes, railings, juliette balconies, wheelchair ramps, retaining walls and planter boxes; and
(ii)stair enclosures, porches, cornices, lighting fixtures, vents, awnings, canopies, ornamental elements, parapets, trellises, eaves, window sills, balustrades, downspouts and splash pads, all of which may extend beyond the heavy lines shown on Diagram 3 by a maximum of 1.2 metres;
(G)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B), the maximum building depth is 32.5 metres;
(H)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.10(1), 10.5.50.10(5) and 10.10.40.10(1), the height of any building or structure must not exceed the maximum height permitted as indicated by the letters HT as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1216-2019(OMB), measured as the distance between 163.25 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(I)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.10(2), (3) and (4) and (I) above, the following may project no more than 3.0 metres beyond the maximum height as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1216-2019(OMB):
(i)a parapet wall, skylights, stairwells, roof terrace access, mechanical rooms, mechanical equipment, partition walls, rooftop terraces and safety structures such as railings;
(J)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(4), a minimum of 30 percent of the area of the lands outlined by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 1216-2019(OMB) must be used for landscaping, of which a minimum of 50 percent must be soft landscaping;
(K)Regulation 10.5.50.10(5) with respect to soft landscaping when abutting another lot in the Residential Zone category does not apply;
(L)Despite Regulation 200.5.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of 0.7 parking spaces for each one-bedroom dwelling unit;
(ii)a minimum of 0.9 parking spaces for each two-bedroom dwelling unit;
(iii)a minimum of 1.0 parking space for each three-bedroom dwelling unit; and
(iv)a minimum of 0.1 parking spaces for visitors for each dwelling unit;
(M)Despite Regulation 230.5.1.10(4), a stacked bicycle parking space must have a minimum width of 0.4 metres;
(N)Despite Regulation 230.5.1.10(10), both “short-term” and “long-term” bicycle parking spaces may be located in a stacked bicycle parking space;
(O)Despite Regulation 220.5.10.1(2), no loading space is required;
(P)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), no amenity space is required;
(Q)Prevailing Sections 12(2) 118 and 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86 do not apply; and
(R)Despite any existing or future severance, partition or division of the lands outlined by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 1216-2019(OMB), the provisions of By-law 1216-2019(OMB) will apply to the entire lands as if no severance, partition or division occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 1216-2019(OMB) ]
(58)Exception R 58
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 187 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 335 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 2 Merchant Lane, former City of Toronto by-law 695-92.
(D)City of Toronto By-law 297-2003. [ By-law: OMB PL130592 ]
(59)Exception R 59
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 187 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(60)Exception R 60
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On lands municipally known in the year 2018 as 383, 423, and 425 Old Weston Road, shown as Part 2 on Diagram 1 to By-law 964-2019, if the requirements of Section 16 and Schedule A of By-law 964-2019 are complied with, a building or structure may be erected and used in compliance with (B) to (Z) below.
(B)The lot comprises the lands outlined by heavy lines and identified as Part 2 on Diagram 1, attached to By-law 964-2019.
(C)Despite Clause 10.5.50.10, a lot with one or more buildings must have:
(i)A minimum of 45 percent of the area of the lot for landscaping; and
(ii)A minimum of 45 percent of the landscaping area required in (i) above, must be soft landscaping.
(D)For the purpose of this Exception, landscaping includes outdoor terraces below established grade and at ground level.
(E)In addition to the residential building types in Clause 10.10.20.40, a dwelling unit is permitted in a mixed use building or portion of a mixed use building on the lot.
(F)Despite any regulation to the contrary, a portion of a building on Part 2, as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 964-2019, may be used for parking spaces, bicycle parking spaces, loading spaces, building services including but not limited to electrical, storm, sanitary and water services, pedestrian and vehicular access, waste and recyclable materials storage and/or mechanical equipment, and Canada Post box, that serve the users of Part 1 as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 964-2019.
(G)Despite Clause 10.10.40.40, the permitted maximum gross floor area is 10,000 square metres.
(H)Despite all of Clauses 10.5.40.70, 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks and the required minimum separation distances between main walls of buildings or structures above ground level is shown on Diagram 8 of By-law 964-2019.
(I)Despite Clause 10.10.40.80, minimum separation distances between the main walls of the Blocks shown on Diagram 9 attached to By-law 964-2019 must be provided as follows:
(i)16.0 metres between Blocks B and C;
(ii)14.0 metres between Blocks C, D and E; and
(iii)19.0 metres between Blocks E and F.
(J)Despite Regulations 5.10.40.70 (1) and (2), Clauses 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60, and Regulations (H) and (I) above, the following elements of a building may encroach into a required minimum building setback and a required minimum main wall separation distance as follows:
(i)0.9 metres for architectural features such as cornices, eaves, piers, mouldings, sills, scuppers, rain water leaders, lighting fixtures and bay windows;
(ii)1.5 metres for balconies and guard rails;
(iii)Terraces below established grade, provided any such terrace must project a minimum of 1.5 metres beyond the main wall of the building to a maximum projection of 2.9 metres, including any associated stairs and landings;
(iv)1.8 metres for stoops, decks, porches, canopies and associated structures, awnings and associated structures;
(v)Covered bicycle storage enclosures, covered walkways, vents, outdoor amenity space elements, ramps, garage ramps and associated structures, air conditioners and generators, Canada Post box, stairs, stair enclosures and retaining walls, garbage chute and associated enclosures, window wells, utility meters and associated enclosures; and
(vi) structures, elements and enclosures permitted by Regulation (N) below.
(K)Despite Clause 10.10.40.1, more than one residential building is permitted on the lot.
(L)Despite Clause 10.10.40.10, the permitted maximum building height in metres, measured between the established grade to the highest point of a building or structure is the numerical value in metres following the symbol HT on Diagram 8 of By-law 964-2019.
(M)For the purpose of this Exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 124.25 metres.
(N)Despite Clause 10.5.40.10 and Regulation (L) above, the following elements of a building may extend beyond the maximum building height limits shown on Diagram 8 of By-law 964-2019 as follows:
(i)1.5 metres for elements of a green roof, railings and guard rails;
(ii)1.8 metres for balcony and roof top terrace dividers, privacy screens and window washing equipment;
(iii)3.0 metres for wind screens, wind and mitigation structures, canopies, trellises, awnings and/or other similar shade devices and associated structures, structures on the roof used for outside or open air recreation, outdoor amenity space elements including outdoor kitchens, architectural features and design elements, parapets, elevator overruns, stairs, stair enclosures, roof top access vestibules and, mechanical equipment and associated enclosures;
(iv)skylights and roof access hatch, vents, stacks, flues and chimneys;
(v) structures, elements and enclosures permitted by Regulation (J) above.
(O)Roof top access vestibules are limited to a maximum gross floor area of not more than 12 square metres per dwelling unit.
(P)Roof top access vestibules must be located within the dashed areas shown on Diagram 8 of By-law 964-2019.
(Q)Despite Clause 10.10.40.50, outdoor amenity space must be provided as follows:
(i)A minimum of 2.0 square metres of outdoor amenity space per dwelling unit must be provided;
(ii)For the purpose of this Exception, outdoor amenity space may be located on any or all of Part 1 and Part 2 as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 964-2019; and
(iii)Outdoor amenity space may be available for use by the occupants and visitors of a building on Part 1 and/or Part 2 as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 964-2019 for recreational or social activities,
(R)Despite Chapter 200, parking spaces including accessible parking spaces must be provided in accordance with Section 10 of By-law 964-2019.
(S)Despite Regulation 10.5.80.1(1), a parking space required by this By-law for a use in the Residential Zone category permitted use must be available for the use for which it is required.
(T)Despite Clause 10.5.80.10, the location of required parking spaces must be in accordance with Section 10 of By-law 964-2019.
(U)Regulation 10.5.100.1(4) with respect to driveway width for apartment buildings does not apply.
(V)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5) with respect to driveway access for apartment buildings does not apply.
(W)Clause 10.10.40.30 with respect to building depth does not apply.
(X)Despite Chapter 220, loading spaces must be provided in accordance with Section 11 of By-law 964-2019.
(Y)Despite Chapter 230, bicycle parking spaces must be provided in accordance with Section 12 of By-law 964-2019.
(Z)Despite any existing or future severance, partition or division of the lands shown as Part 2 on Diagram 1 of By-law 964-2019 the provisions of this Exception and By-law 569-2013, shall apply to the whole of the lands as one lot as if no severance, partition or division had occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 964-2019 ]
(61)Exception R 61
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing Bylaws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 174-188 Soudan Avenue and 71 and 73 Redpath Avenue, if the requirements of Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 1094-2019(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be constructed or erected in compliance with regulations (B) to (R) below;
(B)Despite regulation 5.10.40.70(1), and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1094-2019(LPAT);
(C)For purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 163.1 metres in the year 2017;
(D)Despite regulations 10.5.40.70(1) and 10.10.40.10(1), no portion of any building may exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 1094-2019(LPAT);
(E)Despite (D) above, in addition to those elements listed in regulation 10.5.40.10(3) the following building elements and structures are permitted to extend above the heights shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1094-2019(LPAT):
(i)insulation, pavers and terraces to a maximum of 0.5 metres;
(ii)balustrades, parapets and planters to a maximum of 1.5 metres;
(iii)fences, ornamental features, privacy screens, trellises to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iv)chimneys, guardrails, mechanical elements, outdoor amenity space, rooftop swimming pool and deck structure, stacks, vents and window washing equipment to a maximum of 5.0 metres; and
(v)despite (i), (ii) and (iii) above, only chimneys, elevator overruns, parapets and vents are permitted to project above the height of the mechanical penthouse, and only to a maximum of 1.0 metres, within the area of the mechanical penthouse shown on Diagram 3;
(F)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4), a minimum of 40 percent of the area of the lot must be landscaping, of which 38 percent must be soft landscaping;
(G)In addition to those elements listed in clause 10.5.40.60, the following building elements and structures are permitted to extend into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1094-2019(LPAT):
(i)cornices, eaves, lighting fixtures, vents and window sills to a maximum of 0.3 metres;
(ii)awnings, balconies, balustrades, guardrails, privacy screens, terraces and trellises to a maximum of 1.7 metres;
(iii)canopies to a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iv)underground garage ramps and their associated structures;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(3) the permitted maximum number of dwelling units is 180, of which a minimum of 79 dwelling units must have 2 bedrooms or more;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1) the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings or structures must not exceed 14,300 square metres;
(J)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided at a minimum rate of:
(i)0.22 parking spaces for each bachelor dwelling unit;
(ii)0.51 parking spaces for each one-bedroom dwelling unit;
(iii)0.73 parking spaces for each two-bedroom dwelling unit;
(iv)0.88 parking spaces for each three or more bedroom dwelling unit; and
(v)0.03 parking spaces per dwelling unit for visitors;
(K)Notwithstanding regulation 200.15.1(1), an accessible parking space must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 3.4 metres;
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres; and
(iv)the entire length of an accessible parking space must be adjacent to a 1.5 metre wide accessible barrier free aisle or path;
(L)Notwithstanding regulation 200.15.10(1), a minimum of 5 parking spaces plus 1 parking space for every 50 parking spaces or part thereof in excess of 100 parking spaces must comply with all regulations for an accessible parking space;
(M)Despite clause 220.5.10.1 a minimum of one loading space – Type G must be provided and maintained on the lot;
(N)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1(1) the required minimum number of bicycle parking spaces provided and maintained on the lot is 180, of which 18 shall be "short-term" bicycle parking spaces and 162 shall be "long-term" bicycle parking spaces;
(O)Regulation 10.5.40.10(4), with respect to horizontal limits on elements for functional operation of a building, does not apply;
(P)Regulation 10.5.50.10(4), with respect to a minimum soft landscaping strip, does not apply;
(Q)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5), with respect to driveway access to an apartment building, does not apply; and
(R)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1), with respect to building depth, does not apply;
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1094-2019(LPAT) ]
(62)Exception R 62
The lands, or portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 1202-1204 Avenue Road, if the requirements of Section (6) and Schedule A of By-law 1160-2019 are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with (B) to (R) below;
(B)For purposes of this exception, the established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 171.98 metres;
(C)Maximum number of dwelling units is 7;
(D)Despite Regulation 150.10.40.1(1), one secondary suite is permitted at the time of construction;
(E)Despite Regulation 5.10.30.20(1), the front lot line is the lot line abutting Avenue Road;
(F)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.1(4), the required minimum width of a dwelling unit in a townhouse is 4.85 metres;
(G)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(1) and (2), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure must not exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers followed by the symbol HT shown on Diagram 3, attached to this By-law;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.50(4), the floor of the platform at a front wall may be no higher than 1.55 metres above established grade;
(I)Regulation 10.10.40.10(6) regarding the height of a main pedestrian entrance does not apply;
(J)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) regarding building depth does not apply;
(K)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 1,375 square metres;
(L)Despite Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks for all above ground portions of any building or structure are as shown on Diagram 3 attached to this By-law;
(M)Despite Clause (L) above and regulations 10.5.40.60(5) and (6), the following building elements and structures are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3, attached to this By-law, a maximum of 0.5 metres:
(i)bay windows;
(ii)architectural banding;
(iii)canopies; and
(iv)other ornamental elements;
(N)For the purposes of regulation 10.5.40.60(1) a platform providing access to a building or structure will be located on the storey closest to the floor height of 173.30 metres Canadian Geodetic Datum;
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3)(A) (i) and (iii), exterior stairs providing access to a building or structure may encroach into a required minimum building setback if the stairs are no longer than 2.0 horizontal units for each 1.0 vertical unit above the ground at the point where the stairs meet the building or structure and no closer to a lot line than 0.0 metres;
(P)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(1), (2) and (3), a minimum of 30 percent of the area of the lot shall be for landscaping, of which 20 percent shall be for soft landscaping;
(Q)Despite Regulation 200.5.10.1(1), a minimum of 7 parking spaces for residential use and no visitor parking spaces shall be required and maintained on the lot; and
(R)Despite regulation 200.15.10(1), no accessible parking spaces are required for the lot.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1160-2019 ]
(64)Exception R 64
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provision, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)For the purposes of this exception, the lot comprises the lands outlined by heavy black lines on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 1351-2019;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 1,900 square metres;
(C)The permitted maximum number of dwelling units is 6;
(D)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 80.01 metres;
(E)Despite Regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and (2), the permitted maximum height of the building or structure, is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1351-2019;
(F)Despite (E) above, beginning at a height of 9.74 metres above established grade, the main wall adjacent to the lot line abutting Logan Avenue must be set back at least 2.0 metres from the lot line abutting Logan Avenue;
(G)Despite (E) and (F) above and Regulations 10.5.40.10 and 10.5.75.1, the following may project above the permitted maximum height as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 1351-2019 as follows:
(i)parapets, vents, landscape features, railings, balcony guards, handrails, bollards, mechanical equipment and stairs by not more than 1.50 metres;
(ii) green roof and associated elements, including parapets, by not more than 2.0 metres;
(iii)divider screens, sound barriers, acoustical screens, and privacy screens by not more than 2.00 metres; and
(iv)stair access tower, wall or structure enclosing such elements and any mechanical equipment, exhausts and vents on top of these elements by not more than 3.25 metres if such elements are located a minimum of 6.0 metres from the west lot line and 3.0 metres from the north lot line;
(H)Despite Clause 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1351-2019;
(I)Despite (H) above and Regulations 10.5.40.50(2), 10.5.40.50(3), 10.5.40.60(1), (2) (3), (5)(A), (7)(B), and (8), the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks as follows:
(i)lighting, window frames, ornamental architectural features and architectural cladding by not more than 0.60 metres;
(ii)stairs by not more than 1.4 metres; and
(iii)balconies and associated elements, including screens and planters, attached to the east main wall of the building may encroach into building setbacks, if:
(a)They do not encroach by more than 2.50 metres;
(b)Any exterior flooring, associated elements to exterior flooring, and structural elements do not exceed a height of 0.30 metres;
(c)Any walls, sound barriers, acoustical screens, dividers, guardrails, screens or planters do not exceed a height of 2.0 metres, measured from the surface of the balcony; and
(d)They are located at least 2.40 metres above established grade;
(J)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) with respect to maximum building depth does not apply;
(K)Despite Regulation 200.5.10.1(1) and (2) and the parking rates in Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided at the following rates:
(i)a minimum of 1 parking space per dwelling unit for occupants of the dwelling units; and
(ii)no parking spaces are required for visitors to the dwelling units;
(L)Despite 10.5.100.1(3), the driveway width may be greater than 6.0 metres;
(M)Despite 10.5.50.10(1), (2), and (3), a minimum of 20.0 square metres of landscaping is required, all of which must be soft landscaping;
(N)Despite 10.10.30.20(1), the required minimum lot frontage for a dwelling unit in a townhouse is 4.75 metres;
(O)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.1(4) the required minimum width of a dwelling unit in a townhouse is 4.0 metres; and
(P)Section 200.15 with respect to accessible parking spaces does not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1351-2019 Enacted ]
(65)Exception R 65
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, an ancillary building or structure is not permitted on a lot with a lot frontage of less than 4.57 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 115]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(66)Exception R 66
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On Block A, as identified on Diagram 3 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT), if the requirements of Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be constructed or erected in compliance with regulations (B) to (T) below;
(B)For purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 165.65 metres;
(C)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(1), no portion of any building or structure may exceed the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT and number of storeys following the symbol ST on Diagram 4 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT);
(D)Despite (C) above and Regulations 10.5.40.10(3) and (4), the following building elements may exceed the permitted maximum height:
(i)Parapets and elements of a green roof up to a maximum of 1.5 metres;
(ii)Elements or structures on the roof of a building used for outside or open air recreation, outdoor amenity space, fixed outdoor furniture, trellises, privacy screens, terrace or balcony dividers, railings, guardrails, fences, roof access hatches, transformer vaults, stairs, covered stairs or stair enclosures, stair landings, landscape elements or features, ramps or elevating device providing barrier free access, chimneys, vents, flues, stacks, public art features, fire safety equipment and servicing, gas metres and associated privacy screens and window washing equipment up to a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iii)Light fixtures up to a maximum of 5.0 metres;
(E)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT);
(F)Despite Clause 10.5.40.60, the following building elements may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks:
(i)Balconies, balcony cladding, balcony screens and associated structures up to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(ii)Canopies and awnings and ornamental elements up to a maximum of 2.1 metres; and
(iii)Architectural wall assemblies not creating enclosed spaces, architectural curtain wall projections, ornamental elements, sun shades and louvres and their associated structures, and window washing equipment are permitted to encroach into a required building setback if such elements:
(a)remain entirely within the areas delineated by dashed lines on Diagram 4 and Diagram 5 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT);
(b)are located at a minimum height of 5.0 metres and do not exceed a maximum height of 21.5 metres; and
(c)do not enclose space to form a room or rooms;
(iv)Privacy screens, terrace or balcony dividers, railings, guardrails, fences, transformer vaults, ramps or elevating device providing barrier free access, public art features, chimneys, vents, flues, stacks, lighting fixtures, and fire safety equipment and servicing, up to a maximum depth of 3.0 metres; and
(v)Gas meters and associated privacy screens;
(G)Despite Regulations 10.5.50.10(4)(A) and 10.5.50.10(4)(B), a minimum of 23 percent of the area of the lot must be landscaping, of which a minimum of 13 percent must be soft landscaping;
(H)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(5), a minimum 1.5 metre wide strip of soft landscaping is not required along any part of a lot line abutting another lot in the Residential Zone category;
(I)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), amenity space must be provided at a minimum rate of 4.13 square metres for each dwelling unit, of which:
(i)at least 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit is indoor amenity space, of which a minimum of 25 percent must be in a multi-purpose room or multi-purpose rooms;
(ii)at least 40.0 square metres is outdoor amenity space in a location adjoining or directly accessible to an indoor amenity space;
(iii)no more than 25 percent of the outdoor component may be a green roof; and
(iv)a minimum of one indoor amenity space must contain food preparation facilities and sanitary facilities;
(J)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B) restricting the maximum building depth of an apartment building does not apply;
(K)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the total permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 33,300 square;
(L)The permitted maximum number of dwelling units is 440;
(M)A minimum of ten percent of the total number of dwelling units constructed in the building must contain three bedrooms or more;
(N)Despite Regulation 200.5.1(3)(A), the minimum width for a two lane drive aisle is 5.5 metres if the centreline of a parking space is at an interior angle of 70 to 90 degrees to the centreline of the drive aisle providing vehicle access;
(O)Despite Regulation 200.5.10.1(1), parking spaces must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)a minimum of 88 parking spaces for tenants of dwelling units;
(ii)a minimum of 12 parking spaces for visitors of dwelling units; and
(iii)a maximum of 4 "car-share" parking spaces, which, for the purpose of this exception, are parking spaces used exclusively for the parking of a motor vehicle that is available for short-term rental, including an option for hourly rental, for the use of at least the occupants of a building erected on the lot;
(P)Despite Regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(i), a maximum of 3 parking spaces may be provided and maintained with a minimum length of 4.75 metres;
(Q)Despite Regulations 200.15(1) and 200.15(3) and clause 200.15.10, a minimum of 6 accessible parking spaces must be provided and maintained, with the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 3.4 metres;
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres; and
(iv)the entire length of an accessible parking space must be adjacent to a 1.5-metre-wide accessible barrier free aisle or path, except for 1.0 metre, measured at a right angle, from the rear of the accessible parking space. The rear being the furthest point of parking space from access to drive aisle.
(R)Despite Regulation 220.5.10.1(2), a minimum of 1 Type "G" loading space must be provided and maintained;
(S)Despite Regulation 230.5.1.10(9)(B), a required "long-term" bicycle parking space for a dwelling unit in an apartment building may be located on the first storey of the building, the second storey of the building, or on levels of the building below-ground;
(T)Despite any existing or future severances, partition, or division of the lands subject to this Exception, the provisions of this Exception will apply to the whole of the lands as if no severance, partition, or division had occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1482-2019(LPAT) ]
(67)Exception R 67
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On Block B, as identified on Diagram 3 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT), if the requirements of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be constructed or erected in compliance with regulations (B) to (E) below;
(B)For purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 165.65 metres;
(C)Despite Regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and 10.10.40.10(3), the height of any building erected on the lands must not exceed the maximum height in metres permitted as indicated by the numbers following the letter "HT" as shown on Diagram 5 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT);
(D)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are shown on Diagram 5 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT), except as permitted by Clause 10.5.40.60; and
(E)Despite (C) and (D) above, if the requirements of Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT) are complied with, then building elements attached to a building on Block A, as identified on Diagram 3 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT), pursuant to Exception R 66, are permitted to encroach within the area of Block B delineated by dashed lines, as identified on Diagram 5 of By-law 1482-2019(LPAT), if such elements comply with the requirements of Regulation (F)(iii) within the Site Specific Provisions of Exception R 66.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 1482-2019(LPAT) ]
(68)Exception R 68
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 214 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(72)Exception R 72
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 221 Seaton St. in 1973, Section 12(1) 60 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(74)Exception R 74
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 55 and 65 Broadway Avenue, if the requirements of Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 24-2021(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement is permitted in compliance with (B) to (U) below;
(B)In addition to the uses permitted in Article 10.10.20, public parking is a permitted use;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures on the lot must not exceed 60,950 square metres, subject to the following:
(i)the total gross floor area for residential uses must not exceed 60,100 square metres; and
(ii)the total gross floor area for a day nursery must not exceed 850 square metres;
(D)Despite regulation 150.45.40.1(1), a day nursery may be located above the first storey;
(E)For purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 162.3 metres in the year 2021;
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height in metres is specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 24-2021(LPAT);
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(3), the number of storeys of each portion of the buildings must not exceed the numbers shown following the symbol ST on Diagram 3 of By-law 24-2021(LPAT), excluding mechanical and roof top elements;
(H)Despite (F) above, in addition to those elements listed in regulations 10.5.40.10(2) and (3), and despite regulation 10.5.40.10(4), the following elements may project above the height indicated by the numbers following the letters "HT" shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 24-2021(LPAT):
(i)safety railings, privacy screens, parapets, window washing equipment, guardrails, planters, public art features, stacks, ornamental elements, ventilation shafts, landscape elements, green roof elements, roof access hatches, stairs, and covered stairs, all of which may project to a maximum of 2.0 metres;
(ii)lighting fixtures and trellises, all of which may project to a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iii)a decorative screen above the portion of the building shown as HT 126.0 metres on Diagram 3, may project to a maximum of 9.0 metres;
(I)Clause 10.10.40.30 regarding building depth, does not apply;
(J)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 24-2021(LPAT);
(K)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1) and 10.5.40.50(2), clause 10.5.40.60, the following building elements may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks:
(i)eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures, bay windows, mullions, ornamental, decorative or architectural elements, and window sills, all of which may encroach to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(ii)balconies and terraces, both of which may encroach to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(iii)canopies and awnings, both of which may encroach to a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iv)safety railings, guardrails, ramps, stairs, stair enclosures, privacy screens, public art features, wheelchair ramps and associated structures, underground garage ramps and associated structures, garbage and servicing areas and associated structures, structures for day nursery storage, air shafts, and elements required for the functional operation of the building;
(L)Despite clause 10.5.50.10, a minimum of 15 percent of the area of the lot must be landscaping;
(M)A minimum of ten percent of the total number of dwelling units, excluding rental replacement dwelling units, must contain three bedrooms or more;
(N)Despite regulations 200.5.10.1(1) and (6), and Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot, according to the following ratios:
(i)a minimum of 0.45 parking spaces for each dwelling unit for residents; and
(ii)a minimum of 0.10 parking spaces for each dwelling unit for visitors;
(O)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(D), a parking space is only considered obstructed if a wall is within 0.3 metres of the parking space;
(P)Despite regulation 10.5.80.1(3), parking spaces required by (N)(ii) above may be provided on a non-exclusive basis in a public parking facility for which a fee may be charged;
(R)Despite regulations 230.5.1.10(4)(B), 230.5.1.10(5)(A) and 230.5.1.10(10), a bicycle parking space must comply with the following standards:
(i)where the bicycles are to be parked in a vertical position, a bicycle parking space must have a horizontal dimension of at least 0.45 metres by 1.2 metres and a vertical dimension of at least 1.9 metres; and
(ii)where the bicycles are to be parked in a stacked bicycle parking space, the spaces within the stacker must have a length of at least 1.8 metres, width of at least 0.45 metres and a vertical dimension of at least 1.2 metres;
(S)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9) and 230.10.1.20(2), bicycle parking spaces may be located anywhere below ground and in an enclosed room, in accordance with the following standards:
(i)a minimum of 0.3 long-term bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit on the first level below ground; and
(ii)a minimum of 0.2 long-term bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit on the second level below ground;
(T)Despite regulation 220.5.10.1, a minimum of two Type "G" loading spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot; and
(U)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(4)(B), a driveway for an apartment building on the lot may have a maximum width of 7.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 24-2021(LPAT) ]
(75)Exception R 75
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 26-40 Birch Avenue, if the requirements of Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 106-2020 are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be constructed or used if it is in compliance with regulations (B) to (N) below;
(B)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 124.23 metres in the year 2019;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure on the lot is the numerical value, in metres, following the letters "HT" on Diagram 3 of By-law 106-2020;
(D)Despite (C) above and regulations 10.5.40.10 (3) and (4), the following building elements may exceed the permitted maximum building height:
(i)access hatches, air shafts, sky lights, ornamental or architectural features and parapets, all of which may project up to a maximum of 1.1 metres;
(ii)elevator equipment and elevator upstands, all of which may project up to a maximum of 1.0 metres; and
(iii)privacy fences and structures used for safety and wind protection, railings, landscape retaining walls and planters, trellises, wood privacy fences, balcony railings, all of which may project up to a maximum of 2.0 metres;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1), the permitted maximum building depth is 37.0 metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 6,800 square metres;
(G)Despite regulations 10.5.50.10(4) and (5), landscaping must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of 875 square metres of landscaping must be provided on the lot, of which a minimum of 200 square metres must be provided as soft landscaping;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks for all buildings or structures are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 106-2020;
(I)Despite (H) above and clause 10.5.40.60, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks in Diagram 3 as follows:
(i)covered or uncovered decks, porches, patios or other similar platforms and associated structures, balconies, canopies, canopy support structures, roofs, awnings or similar structures above a platform, all of which may encroach up to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(ii)exterior stairs, ramps, covered stairs or stair enclosures, all of which may encroach up to a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iii)wall mounted equipment such as, vents, pipes, utility equipment, mechanical fans, satellite dish, antenna and/or pole used to hold an antenna, architectural or ornamental features, and cladding, all of which may project up to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(J)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(12)(C), the vehicle entrance or exit to the building must be at least 3.6 metres from the lot line abutting the street;
(K)Regulation 10.10.40.50 (1), relating to amenity space for an apartment building does not apply;
(L)Clause 10.10.40.80, relating to distances between main walls of the same apartment building, does not apply;
(M)Regulations 200.15.1(4) and 200.15.1.5(1), relating to the location of accessible parking spaces do not apply; and
(N)Notwithstanding any existing or future severance, partition, division, or conveyance of the lot, the provisions of this exception and By-law 569-2013 shall apply to the whole lot as if no severance, partition or division occurred.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 106-2020 ]
(77)Exception R 77
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 287 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(78)Exception R 78
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)For the purposes of this Exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum 2013 elevation of 115.40 metres;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10 (1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol "HT" on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 851-2020(LPAT);
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10 (3), the permitted maximum number of storeys for a building or structure is specified by the numbers following the symbol "ST" on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 851-2020(LPAT);
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30 (1), the permitted maximum building depth is 50.0 metres;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.60.70 (1) the maximum permitted area of the lot covered by ancillary buildings and structures may not exceed 10 percent of the lot area;
(F)Clause 10.5.60.20 and regulations 200.15.1 (4), 200.15.1.5 (1), and 10.5.80.30 (1) do not apply;
(G)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10 (5) a 1.5 metre strip of soft landscaping is not required;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40 (1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 7,900 square metres;
(I)A maximum of 26 dwelling units are permitted;
(J)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10 (2) and (3), the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically beyond the height limits specified on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 851-2020(LPAT):
(i)Roof drainage components, or thermal and waterproofing assemblies located at each of the roof levels of the building, if the maximum vertical distance does not exceed 0.25 metres;
(ii)A parapet to a maximum of 0.4 metres;
(iii)Safety railings and fences at each of the roof levels of the building, if the maximum vertical dimension does not exceed 1.8 metres above the height of each roof level of the building;
(iv) Structures on the roof of any part of the building used for, green roofs, wind mitigation, landscape features, partitions dividing outdoor balcony or terrace areas, privacy screens, telecommunications equipment and antennae, window washing equipment, or lightning rods and exhaust flues, if the maximum vertical distance does not exceed 2.5 metres; and
(v)Equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, mechanical, and ventilation equipment, and structures or parts of the building used for the functional operation of the building, such as enclosed stairwells, roof accesses, elevator shafts, vents and water supply facilities, if it is located within the "Area of permitted equipment and or structure(s) projection(s)" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 851-2020(LPAT) and the maximum vertical dimension does not exceed 4.0 metres.
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70 (1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum buildings setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 851-2020(LPAT);
(L)Despite regulation 10.10.40.80 (1), the required minimum above-ground separation distance between main walls of an apartment building is shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 851-2020(LPAT);
(M)Despite regulations 10.5.40.60(1), (2), (3), (7), and (8), the following building elements and structures are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 851-2020(LPAT):
(i)a platform or balcony attached to or within 0.3 metres from a building, if it is located within the "Area of permitted balcony setback encroachment(s)" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 851-2020(LPAT) and the encroachment into the required building setbacks does not exceed a maximum of 4.5 metres;
(ii)a canopy, awning, or similar structure at the first floor, with or without structural support, or a roof over a platform, if the encroachment into the required building setbacks does not exceed a maximum of 4.0 metres;
(iii)exterior stairs, wheelchair access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices, if the encroachment into the required building setbacks does not exceed a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(iv)roof projections, such as cornices and eaves, if the encroachment into the required building setbacks does not exceed a maximum of 1.0 metres; and
(v)vents, pipes, utility equipment, siamese connections, satellite dishes and antennas (including mounting poles), if the encroachment into the required building setbacks does not exceed a maximum of 1.4 metres and does not encroach into the required front yard setback.
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10 (4) a minimum 35 percent of the area of the lot must be used for landscaping, of which a minimum of 50 percent must be soft landscaping;
(O)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50 (1), the required minimum amount of amenity space is 275 square metres of indoor amenity space and 0 square metres of outdoor amenity space;
(P)Despite regulation 10.5.60.1 (4), an ancillary building or structure may be erected on the lot prior to the erection of the main walls and completion of the roof of a residential building on the lot;
(Q)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1 (4) (B), the permitted maximum width of a driveway is 8.5 metres;
(R)Despite regulation 200.15.1 (B) the required minimum width of an accessible parking space is 3.40 metres; and
(S)Despite regulation 230.5.10.1 (5), a minimum of 24 bicycle parking spaces are required.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 851-2020(LPAT) ]
(79)Exception R 79
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 55 Erskine Avenue, if the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 451-2021(LPAT) are complied with, a building, structure, addition or enlargement may be erected or used in compliance with (B) to (Y) below; [ By-law: 1092-2021 ]
(B)For the purposes of this exception:
(i)"Building 'A'" means the building identified as Building 'A' on Diagram 3 of By-law 451-2021(LPAT); and
(ii)"Existing Building" means the building identified as "Existing 17 Storey Building" on Diagram 3 of By-law 451-2021(LPAT);
(C)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of Building 'A' is 9,500 square metres;
(D)The gross floor area of the Existing Building is 14,300 square metres;
(E)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 163.92 metres;
(F)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of any building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 451-2021(LPAT);
(G)Despite clause 10.10.40.10, the permitted maximum number of storeys of Building 'A' is 11 storeys, excluding the mechanical penthouse;
(H)Despite clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are identified in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 451-2021(LPAT);
(I)Despite Regulation (H) above and clause 10.5.40.60, the following are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 451-2021(LPAT):
(i)Balconies and terraces to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(ii)Canopies and awnings to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iii)Cornices, light fixtures, eaves, window sills, planters, screens and safety features, stairs, stair enclosures, doors, fences, screens and architectural features to a maximum of 1.5 metres; and
(iv)Covered ramp to underground parking and other structures associated with the underground garage;
(J)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(4) a minimum of 45 percent of the area of the lot must be for landscaping, of which a minimum of 50 percent must be for soft landscaping;
(K)Notwithstanding (J) above, the minimum landscaping requirements do not apply to the lawfully existing building;
(L)Despite Regulations 200.5.10.1(1), parking spaces for both Building 'A' and the Existing Building must be provided and maintained on the lands, according to the following minimum ratios:
(i)0.55 parking spaces for each dwelling unit for the use of occupants of dwelling units; and
(ii) 0.10 parking spaces for each dwelling unit for the use of visitors of dwelling units;
(M)Despite regulation (L)(i), for each on-site car-share parking space provided on the lands, the parking requirement for occupants of dwelling units may be reduced by 4 parking spaces up to a maximum of 8 parking spaces, and for the purposes of this exception:
(i)car-share means the practice where a number of people share the use of one or more cars that are owned by a profit or non-profit car-sharing organization and where such organization may require the use of cars be reserved in advance, charge fees based on time and/or kilometres driven, and set membership requirements of the car-sharing organization, including the payment of a membership fee that may or may not be refundable; and
(ii)a car-share parking space means a parking space exclusively reserved and actively used for car-share purposes, including by non-residents.
(N)Despite Regulations 200.5.1(3) and 200.5.1.10(2) existing parking spaces and drive aisles are permitted within their existing dimensions as of the date of passing of By-law 451-2021(LPAT);
(O)Despite Regulation 200.5.1(3)(A), if the centreline of a parking space is at an interior angle of 70 to 90 degrees to the centreline of the drive aisle providing vehicle access, the minimum width for that one or two lane drive aisle is 5.5 metres;
(P)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), residential amenity space within Building 'A' must be provided and maintained on the lands in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 325 square metres of indoor amenity space is located in Building 'A'; and
(ii)A minimum of 40 square metres of outdoor amenity space is located in a location adjoining or directly accessible to the indoor amenity space in Building 'A'.
(Q)Regulation 10.10.40.50(1) with regards to amenity space does not apply to the dwelling units in the Existing Building;
(R)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1), as it relates to maximum building depth, does not apply;
(S)Regulation 10.5.50.10(5), as it relates to a soft landscaping strip, does not apply;
(T)Regulation 10.5.80.30(1), with regards to the separation of a parking space from an apartment building, does not apply;
(U)Regulation 10.10.40.1(5), as it relates to building orientation, does not apply;
(V)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5), as it relates to driveway access to an apartment building, does not apply;
(W)Regulation 10.5.40.10(4), with respect to horizontal limits on elements for the functional operation of a building, does not apply;
(X)Regulation 200.15.1.5(1), with respect to the location of accessible parking spaces does not apply;
(Y)Regulation 10.5.40.50(2), as it relates to platforms in relation to building setbacks, does not apply; and
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 451-2020(LPAT) ]
(80)Exception R 80
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of the building is 4,200 square metres;
(B)The permitted maximum number of dwelling units is 30;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of any building or structure on the lot must not exceed the height in metres indicated by the numbers following the symbol "HT" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 372-2020;
(D)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 113.8 metres;
(E)Despite (C) above, and regulation 10.5.40.10(2) to (5), the following may project above the permitted maximum height:
(i)awnings, balustrades, canopies, cornices, eaves, fixtures, ornamental elements, lighting fixtures, mechanical equipment, parapets, railings, trellises, vents, skylights, planters, chimney stacks, and other minor architectural projections a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 372-2020;
(G)Despite( F) above, and Clause 10.5.40.60 the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 372-2020;
(i)balconies above the first storey a maximum of 2.5 metres; and
(ii)awnings, balustrades, canopies, cornices, eaves, fixtures, ornamental elements, lighting fixtures, mechanical equipment, parapets, railings, trellises, vents, window sills, planters, and other minor architectural projections a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(H)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4) a minimum of 13.9 percent of the area of the lot must be landscaping, and 8.3 percent must be soft landscaping;
(I)Regulation 10.5.50.10(5) regarding a minimum 1.5 metre wide strip of soft landscaping does not apply;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1) the required minimum indoor amenity space is 100 square metres and the required minimum outdoor amenity space is 55 square metres;
(K)Despite regulation 5.10.1.30(3) dwelling units are permitted below established grade;
(L)Regulation 10.5.100.1 (5) regarding driveway access to apartment buildings does not apply; and
(M)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1)(B), the permitted maximum building depth for an apartment building is 41.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[By-law 372-2020]
(81)Exception R 81
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(82)Exception R 82
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(84)Exception R 84
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 41-45 Wabash Avenue, a townhouse containing dwelling units may be constructed, used or enlarged in compliance with (B) to (S) below;
(B)The permitted maximum number of dwelling units is 15;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1)(A), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 3,500 square metres, excluding any gross floor area below a Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 102.82 meters;
(D)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 102.82 metres;
(E)Despite regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and (2), the permitted maximum height of any building or structure on the lot is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT, as shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 940-2020;
(F)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10(3), (4) and (5) and (E) above, the following elements may project above the permitted maximum height:
(i)mechanical equipment and any associated enclosure structures or enclosed building elements, wind protection screens, pergolas, trellises, stairs, stair enclosures, chimneys, mechanical and ventilation structures, building maintenance units and window washing equipment up to a maximum of 3.2 metres;
(ii)parapets, railings, lightning rods and elements of a green roof up to a maximum of 1.5 metres;
(iii)terrace dividers and guard rails up to a maximum of 2.0 metres; and
(iv)roof drainage elements up to a maximum of 0.5 metres.
(G)Despite regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks in metres are as shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 940-2020;
(H)Despite regulation (G) above and regulation 10.5.40.60, the following building elements and structures are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 940-2020 as follows:
(i)Cornices, light fixtures, awnings, ornamental or architectural elements, parapets, landscape features, trellises, eaves, window sills, ventilation shafts, fences, guardrails, porches, terraces, decks, balustrades, railings, stairs, stair enclosures, doors, wheel chair ramps, garbage and servicing areas and their associated structures, retaining walls, transformer vaults and elements required for the functional operation of the building; and
(ii)balconies and canopies may project a maximum of 1.5 metres beyond the heavy black line shown on Diagram 4;
(I)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(1), (2) and (3), a minimum of 15.0 percent of the area of the lot must be for landscaping;
(J)Despite regulation 200.5.1(3)(A), if the centerline of a parking space is at an interior angle of 70-90 degrees to the centerline of the drive aisle providing vehicle access, the minimum width for that drive aisle is 5.14 metres;
(K)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1), a minimum of 15 parking spaces for residents of dwelling units must be provided and maintained on the lot;
(L)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1), no visitor parking spaces are required for the lot;
(M)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(A), a parking space obstructed on two sides will have a minimum width of 2.6 metres;
(N)Despite regulation 200.15.10(1), no accessible parking spaces are required for the lot;
(O)Regulation 10.10.30.20 (1) (D), with respect to required minimum lot frontage, does not apply;
(P)Regulation 10.10.40.1(4), with respect to required minimum dwelling unit width, does not apply;
(Q)Regulation 10.10.40.80 (1), with respect to minimum separation distance between main walls, does not apply;
(R)Regulation 10.10.40.10 (3), with respect to maximum number of storeys, does not apply;
(S)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1), with respect to maximum building depth, does not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 940-2020 ]
(85)Exception R 85
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 202-208 St. Clair Avenue West and 2-6 Forest Hill Road, if the requirements of Section 7 and Schedule A of By-law 658-2020 are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with (B) to (O) below;
(B)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, required minimum building setbacks are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 658-2020;
(C)For purposes of this Exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 152.4 metres;
(D)Despite Regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and (2), the permitted maximum height is shown, in metres, specified by the numbers following the symbol HT and in storeys before the letters ST, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 658-2020;
(E)Despite (D) above, and Regulations 10.5.40.10(2), (3), (4), and 10.10.40.10(8) and (9):
(i)Parapets and elements of a green roof, roof drainage materials, thermal insulation, roof assemblies including decking and pavers or roof ballast, terraces, patios, balustrades, bollards, skylights, roof access hatches, and accessory structures, may project above the height limits by no more than 2.0 metres;
(ii)The following structures on the roof and terraces of the building may exceed the permitted maximum height by 5.0 metres: ornamental or architectural features, chimneys, privacy screens, terrace dividers, cabanas, pergolas, public art features, lighting fixtures, ramps, mechanical lift, noise mitigation, heating and cooling units, stacks and associated components, towers, elevator shafts, make-up air units, emergency generator, window washing equipment, lightning rods, balustrades, cornices, elevator overrun, guardrails, landscape elements, mechanical equipment, parapets, railings, stair enclosures, stairs, trellis, vents and wind mitigation features and generally, in the area labelled MPH as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 658-2020, structures or parts of the building used for the functional operation of the building, such as enclosed stairwells, roof access, maintenance equipment storage, elevator shafts, chimneys, vents, and water supply facilities and structures that enclose, screen or cover the above listed elements; and
(iii)The following structures on the roof and terraces of the building may exceed the permitted maximum height by 3.0 metres: Pool, hot tub, guardrail for pool, pool mechanical equipment, raised pool deck and associated structures; public art features, lighting fixtures, ramps, balustrades, cornices, guardrails, parapets, built-in barbeques and railings;
(F)Despite (B), above, and Clause 10.5.40.60:
(i)The following structures may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks by 1.0 metres: privacy screens, landscape elements, built-in barbeques, chimney breasts, mechanical equipment, mechanical penthouses, porches, pergola, balconies, balustrades, cornices, eaves, guardrails, lighting fixtures, ornamental elements, public art features, railings, stair enclosures, stairs, trellis, underground garage ramps, vents, wheelchair ramps, terraces, wind mitigation features and window sills, and, awnings;
(ii)Despite provision (F)(i) above, no balcony or terrace shall be permitted closer than 4.5 metres from the west side lot line except for those balconies or terraces located on the 6th floor of the south elevation which extend to the west side lot line; and
(iii)a canopy covering the building entrance may encroach into the required minimum building setback along Forest Hill Road as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 658-2020;
(G)An apartment building shall be setback a minimum of 4.8 metres from the curb of St. Clair Avenue West as it exists in 2019, and 6.4 metres from the curb of Forest Hill Road as it exists in 2019, immediately adjacent to the property;
(H)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum residential gross floor area is 13,750 square metres;
(I)Despite Clause 200.5.10.1, the following minimum parking space rates shall apply in a dwelling unit in an apartment building:
(i)0.6 for each bachelor dwelling unit up to 45 square metres and 1.0 for each bachelor dwelling unit greater than 45 square metres;
(ii)0.7 for each one bedroom dwelling unit;
(iii)0.9 for each two bedroom dwelling unit;
(iv)1.0 for each three or more bedroom dwelling unit, and;
(v)0.1 visitor parking space for each dwelling unit;
(J)A maximum of 5 parking spaces that are not visitor parking spaces may be used for car-share purposes;
(K) Parking spaces for residents of dwelling units may be provided in the form of stacked parking spaces;
(L)Despite Regulation 200.15.10 (1), a minimum of 4 parking spaces plus 1 parking space for every 50 parking spaces or part thereof in excess of 100 parking spaces, must comply with the minimum dimension required in (M), below, for an accessible parking space;
(M)Despite Clause 200.15.1, the minimum dimensions and provisions for an accessible parking space are:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 3.4 metres;
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres;
(iv)the entire length of an accessible parking space must be adjacent to a 1.5 metre wide accessible barrier free aisle; and
(v)accessible parking spaces must be the parking spaces closest to a barrier free:
(a)entrance to a building;
(b)passenger elevator that provides access to the first storey of the building; and is the shortest route from the required entrances in (A) and (B);
(N)Despite Clause 220.5.10.1, a minimum of one Type G loading space is required;
(O)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5), 10.5.50.10(4), 10.5.50.10(5) and 10.10.40.30(1) do not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 2 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(1) 26 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)Section 12(1) 45 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 658-2020 ]
(86)Exception R 86
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 96, 98, and 100 Granby St., Section 12(2) 148 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(87)Exception R 87
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)On a lot, a use permitted in the O zone, a detached house, semi-detached house, townhouse, office or artist studio is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 64]

Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(89)Exception R 89
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 33 Isabella Street, shown as Parcel A on Diagram 1 of By-law 675-2021, if the requirements in Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 675-2021 are complied with then an apartment building may be constructed in compliance with (B) to (U) below;
(B)For the purpose of this exception, the lot is defined as Parcel A on Diagram 1 of By-law 675-2021;
(C)In addition to the uses permitted in Article 10.10.20, office uses are also permitted on the first storey within Building A, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021;
(D)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) with respect to building depth does not apply;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 24,760 square metres and:
(i)the total gross floor area for Building A as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021 must not exceed 2,550 square metres, of which a maximum of 2,150 square metres may be used for residential uses and a maximum of 400 square metres may be used for non-residential uses; and
(ii)the total gross floor area for Building B as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021 must not exceed 22,550 square metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1) amenity space must be provided on the lot as follows:
(i)a minimum of 373 square metres of indoor amenity space; and
(ii)a minimum of 2.0 square metres of outdoor amenity space per dwelling unit for all dwelling units on the lot;
(G)The permitted maximum number of dwelling units in Building A identified on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021 is 15; and the provision of dwelling units will comprise the following:
(i)a minimum of 2 dwelling units as bachelor units;
(ii)a minimum of 6 dwelling units must contain at least one-bedroom;
(iii)a minimum of 2 dwelling units must contain at least two-bedrooms; and
(iv)a minimum of 5 dwelling units must contain at least three or more bedrooms;
(H)Despite regulations 10.5.40.70(1) and 10.10.40.80(1), and clause 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks and distance between main walls of the same apartment building are shown in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021;
(I)Despite clause 10.5.40.60, and (H) above, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021 for Building A as follows:
(i)canopies and awnings up to a maximum of 2.7 metres;
(ii)cornices, architectural elements, pilasters and eaves, bay windows, window sills and light fixtures up to a maximum of 1.0 metre;
(iii)stairs, stair enclosures, doors, wheelchair ramps, screens, site servicing features and underground garage ramps and associated structures up to a maximum of 1.5 metres; and
(iv)balconies up to a maximum of 1.8 metres;
(J)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1) for Building A on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021, the height of a building or structure is the vertical distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 112.20 metres and the highest point of the building or structure;
(K)Despite regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and 10.5.40.10(3) for Building A on Diagram 3 the permitted maximum height for a building or structure, including the mechanical penthouse containing equipment and structures used for the functional operation of the building, must not exceed the height as specified in metres by the numbers following the symbol "HT" on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021;
(L)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(8) for Building A on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021, the following structures on the roof of the building may exceed the permitted maximum height for that building by 2.0 metres:
(i)Antennae, flagpoles, satellite dishes, and weather vanes;
(M)Despite clause 10.5.40.10, and (K) above for Building A, the following elements of a building may project above the maximum height in Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021:
(i)parapets, chimneys, solar panels, architectural features, and elements and structures associated with a green roof may project above the height limits to a maximum of 2.0 metres;
(N)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(3), the permitted maximum number of storeys in Building A on Diagram 3 of By-law 675-2021 is 4, excluding the mechanical penthouse;
(O)Regulation 10.5.40.10(4)(A), regarding the functional operation area of a building does not apply;
(P)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(B) and (D), a parking space existing on July 16, 2021 on the lot may have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 2.6 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.0 metres;
(Q)Despite Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)a minimum of 0.17 parking spaces per dwelling unit for the use of residents of Building A and Building B;
(ii)a minimum of 0.03 parking spaces per dwelling unit for non-residential visitors; and
(iii)a minimum of 7 parking spaces for office uses in Building A;
(R)Despite regulation 200.15.1(1), an accessible parking space may:
(i)have a vertical clearance of 2.0 metres;
(S)Despite regulation 200.15.1.5, an accessible parking space may:
(i)not be located closest to a main pedestrian access to a building;
(T)Despite clause 220.5.10, one Type "G" loading space must be provided and maintained on the lot;
(U)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10 (4), the required minimum width of a bicycle parking space is 0.4 metres;
(V)On Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 675-2021, none of the provisions of Subsections (2), (4), (6), and (8) of Section 1 of former City of Toronto By-law 188-68 apply to prevent the erection of and use of buildings or structures in compliance with regulations (B) to (U) above;
(W)On Parcel A as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 675-2021, none of the provisions of Sections 1 and 2 of former City of Toronto By-law 310-69 apply to prevent the erection of and use of buildings or structures in compliance with regulations (B) to (U) above; and
(X)None of the provisions in (A) to (X) above will prevent the buildings, structures and uses existing as of January 1, 2020 on Parcel B as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 675-2021, are permitted on Parcel B.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto By-laws 188-68 and 310-69 [ By-law: 675-2021 ]
(90)R 90
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 117 and 127 Broadway Avenue, if the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 974-2020(LPAT) are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with (B) to (Z) below;
(B)For the purposes of this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 158.80;
(C)Despite Clause 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks are shown in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 974-2020(LPAT);
(D)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 974-2020(LPAT);
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(3) the permitted maximum number of storeys in a building or structure on the lot is the numerical value following the letters "ST" on Diagram 3 of By-law 974-2020(LPAT);
(F)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10(2), (3) and (4), and 10.10.40.10(9), the following building elements and structures may exceed the permitted maximum building height:
(i)Roof drainage materials, thermal insulation, roof assemblies including decking and pavers or roof ballast to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(ii) Structures on the roof at or above the 8th storey used for pool or spa maintenance or operational equipment and swimming pools (elevated or otherwise) to a maximum of 1.7 metres;
(iii)Parapets, safety railings, green roof elements, architectural elements and features, landscape elements and features, balcony and terrace partitions and dividers, telecommunications equipment and antennae, planters, lightning rods, exhaust flues, vents at each of the roof levels of the building to a maximum of 2.3 metres;
(iv) Structures on the roof of any part of the building used for outside or open air recreation, mechanical equipment and associated screening structures, wind mitigation elements, elevator shafts and enclosed stairwells, window washing equipment to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(v)Trellises, fencing and or canopies at or above the 7th and 8th storey to a maximum of 4.0 metres;
(G)Despite regulations (C), (D), (E), and (F) above, a stair enclosure is permitted on the lot;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 62,341 square metres;
(I)Areas devoted to a day nursery use must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of 692 square metres of gross floor area must be used for a day nursery;
(ii)a minimum of 290 square metres of outdoor area must be used for a day nursery; and
(iii)the outdoor area required by (ii) above must be adjacent to and accessible from the indoor area required by (i) above;
(J)A maximum of 947 dwelling units are permitted, provided that:
(i)A minimum 19 percent of dwelling units must contain at least two bedrooms; and
(ii)A minimum of 8 percent of dwelling units must contain at least three bedrooms;
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(1), a platform, mechanical penthouse or balcony attached to or within 0.3 metres from a building may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 2.1 metres, except that no platform may encroach within the area labeled "Main Wall where balcony projections are not permitted" as shown in Diagram 3 of By-law 974-2020(LPAT);
(L)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(2), an entrance canopy, awning, or similar structure at the ground floor, with or without structural support, or a roof over a platform may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 3.8 metres;
(M)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3)(B) underground garage access ramps may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres, provided such encroachment is not located within the front yard;
(N)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(3), exterior stairs, wheelchair access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(5), architectural features including lighting on a building may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(P)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(7), roof parapets and projections may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 2.2 metres;
(Q)Despite regulation 10.5.40.60(8), vents, pipes, utility equipment, siamese connections, satellite dishes, and antennas (including mounting poles) may project into a required building setback except the front yard setback to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(R)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), the minimum required amenity space is 1,448 square metres of indoor amenity space and 1,632 square metres of outdoor amenity space;
(S)Despite clause 200.5.10.1 parking spaces must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)a minimum of 220 parking spaces for residents of dwelling units; and
(ii)a minimum of 32 parking spaces for the shared use of residential visitors and non-residential uses,
(T)Despite regulation (S) above, if a building contains fewer than 947 dwelling units, the number of parking spaces for residents required in (S) above may be reduced by the figure obtained by multiplying the following number by 0.245:
(i)(i) 947 minus the total number of dwelling units in the building;
(U)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10 (2), a maximum of 15 parking spaces may have minimum dimensions of:
(i)length of 5.3 metres;
(ii)width of 2.4 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 1.7 metres;
(V)Despite regulations 200.15.1(4) and 200.15.10(1), a minimum of 9 accessible parking spaces must be provided on the lot and located within 10.0 metres to an accessible pedestrian entrance or an accessible elevator providing access to the first storey of the building;
(W)Despite clause 220.5.10.1, loading spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)A minimum of 1 Type "G" loading space; and
(ii)A minimum of 1 Type "B" loading space;
(X)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1 (12) the total minimum number of parking spaces required on the lot may be reduced at a rate of 1 vehicle parking space for each 5 bicycle parking spaces provided in excess of the minimum number of bicycle parking spaces required by By-law 569-2013 if the reduction of vehicle parking spaces is not greater than 20 percent of the total minimum of vehicle parking spaces required;
(Y)Despite regulations 10.5.50.10 (4), a minimum of 15 percent of the lot must be used for landscaping of which a minimum of 30 percent must be used for soft landscaping;
(Z)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(5), a 1.5 metre wide strip of soft landscaping is not required along any part of a lot line abutting another lot in the Residential zone category.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)

[974-2020(LPAT)]
(91)Exception R 91
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 340 St. Clements Avenue, a building, structure or addition may be constructed or used in compliance with regulations (B) to (S) below; [ By-law: 1092-2021 ]
(B)Despite clause 10.10.30.10, the minimum required lot area is 700 square metres;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.30.20(1)(c)(ii)(b), the required minimum lot frontage of a townhouse dwelling unit fronting directly on a street is 5.0 metres;
(D)The permitted maximum number of townhouse dwelling units is 6;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(4) the required minimum width of a townhouse dwelling unit is 5.0 metres;
(F)For the purpose of calculating the height of a building or structure in this exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 173.02 metres;
(G)Despite regulation 5.10.30.20(1), the front lot line is the lot line abutting Avenue Road;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of all buildings and structures is 1,225 square metres;
(I)Despite regulations 10.10.40.10(1) and (2), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers followed by the symbol HT shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 811-2020;
(J)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10(3) and (4) the following may project above the permitted maximum height:
(i)Architectural features, awnings, bollards, canopies, chimneys, cornices, columns, lighting fixtures, ornamental elements, parapets, pipes, stacks, vents and window sills a maximum of 1.0 metres; and
(ii)Elevator enclosures and overruns, fences, guardrails, mechanical penthouses and other equipment, planters, privacy screens, railings, retaining walls, screens, stair enclosures, trellises, wind projections and window washing equipment a maximum of 2.0 metres.
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.40.50(4), the floor of the platform at a front wall may be no higher than 1.55 metres above established grade;
(L)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks for all buildings or structures are shown in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 811-2020;
(M)Despite clause (L) above, clause 10.5.40.60 and regulation 10.5.40.50(2), the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks as shown on Diagram 3:
(i)Architectural features, antenna, bay windows, belt course, box windows, canopies, chimneys, chimney breasts, cornices, columns, dormers, eaves, lighting fixtures, ornamental elements, parapets, platforms, pipes, sills, satellite dish, vents, and utility equipment a maximum of 1.0 metres; and
(ii)Retaining walls a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iii)Stairs and stair enclosures a maximum of 1.5 metres.
(N)Regulation 10.10.40.10(6) regarding the height of a main pedestrian entrance does not apply;
(O)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) regarding building depth does not apply;
(P)Regulation 10.10.40.80(1) regarding separation does not apply;
(Q)Despite Clause 10.5.50.10, 160.0 square metres of soft landscaping must be provided;
(R)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(3), the permitted maximum driveway width is 6 metres;
(S)Despite article 200.5.10, a minimum of six (6) parking spaces must be provided for the six (6) dwelling units and 0 visitor parking spaces are required; and
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 811-2020 ]
(92)Exception R 92
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 75 Broadway, if the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule (A) of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT) are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with (B) to (GG) below;
(B)In addition to the uses permitted by clauses 10.10.20.10 and 10.10.20.20, a temporary sales office is permitted, subject to the following conditions:
(i)That the temporary sales office is used exclusively for the initial sale and/or initial leasing of dwelling units on the lands subject to this by-law; and
(ii)That the temporary sales office is permitted for a period of time not to exceed three years from the date of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT);
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.1(2), two residential buildings are permitted;
(D)Despite 10.5.40.10(1) and 800.50(240), the height of any building or structure is measured as the vertical distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 161.47 metres and the highest point of the building or structure;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the heights of the buildings erected on the lot must not exceed the maximum height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT);
(F)Despite (E) above and regulations 10.5.40.10(3), 10.5.40.10(4), 10.10.40.10(8) and (9), the following may exceed the height indicated by the numbers following the symbol "HT" on Diagram 3 of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT) to the extent indicated as follows:
(i)Architectural features, awnings, balconies, bollards, canopies, chimneys, communication equipment, cooling tower, cornices, eaves, fences, flues, green roof elements, guardrails, landscape and public art features, lighting fixtures, maintenance equipment storage, ornamental elements, pipes, planters, platforms, railings, retaining walls, rooftop access equipment, screens, stairs, stair enclosures, terraces, trellises, and window sills may exceed the permitted height for the building by 1.5 metres;
(ii)Stair enclosures and enclosures housing mechanical and electrical elements and ducts, ventilation equipment, and associated structures may exceed the permitted height for the building by 5.5 metres;
(iii)Elevators, elevator enclosures and associated structures may exceed the permitted height for the building by 7.3 metres;
(iv)Wind protection screens and structures may exceed the permitted height for the building and the elevated landscape platform by 1.8 metres;
(v)The erection or use of structures on any roof used for maintenance, safety, outdoor amenity rooftop access, wind or green roof purposes may exceed the permitted maximum height for that building by 3.0 metres; and
(vi)An elevated landscape platform may exceed the maximum permitted height for a building by 2.2 metres;
(G)The heights of the buildings erected on the lot must not exceed the maximum height in storeys specified by the numbers following the symbol ST as shown on Diagram 4 of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT). This shall not apply to storeys in the existing portion of the apartment building and the mechanical penthouse and transfer structure shall not be considered storeys;
(H)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the amount of gross floor area erected or used on the lot must not exceed 35,800 square metres;
(I)Despite regulation 10.5.40.40.(4), the gross floor area of an apartment building may also be reduced by the area used in the building for voids in the wall used to store mechanical or electric equipment;
(J)A maximum of 520 dwelling units are permitted on the lot, subject to the following conditions:
(i)No less than 20 percent of the dwelling units constructed after the date of the passing of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT) must include two bedrooms; and
(ii)No less than 10 percent of the dwelling units constructed after the date of the passing of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT) must include three bedrooms;
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.60.50(2), the total floor area of all ancillary buildings or structures must not be greater than 260 square metres;
(L)Despite regulations 10.5.40.70(1), 10.5.60.20(2) and (3), 10.10.40.30(1)(B), and 10.10.40.70(1) to (4), the minimum required building setbacks and the maximum permitted building depth for buildings and structures on the lot are as shown on Diagram 5 of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT);
(M)Despite (L) above and regulation 10.5.40.50(2) and clause 10.5.40.60 the following encroachments are permitted beyond the heavy lines shown on the attached Diagram 5 of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT) to the extent indicated as follows:
(i)balconies may encroach a maximum of 1.5 metres in the locations identified as "balcony projection zones" on Diagram 5;
(ii)Architectural features, antennas, bay windows, belt courses, box windows, cornices, columns, eaves, fences, guard rails, lighting fixtures, ornamental elements, parapets, pipes, planters, railings, sills, satellite dishes, screens, stairs, trellises, utility and mechanical equipment, vents, window sills, roof equipment and access ramps, may encroach into the required front yard, side yards, and rear yards by 1.5 metres;
(N)Despite (L) above, portions of the east exterior main wall of the tower as shown on Diagram 3, shall be permitted to project from the east exterior main wall in accordance with Diagram 6;
(O)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4), a minimum of 2,265 metres of landscaping must be provided; of which 1,220 square metres shall consist of soft landscaping;
(P)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(5), a 1.3 metre wide strip of soft landscaping is required along the south property line and the east property line, which shall exclude the northerly portion of the east property line where the privately owned public space (POPS) is located, as shown on Diagram 5;
(Q)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), amenity space for the buildings must be provided as follows:
(i)Indoor amenity space must be provided at a rate of no less than 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit constructed after the date of the passing of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT); and
(ii)Outdoor amenity space must be provided at a rate of no less than 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit constructed after the date of the passing of By-law 1014-2020(LPAT);
(R)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1) and Table 200.5.10.1, a minimum of 142 parking spaces must be provided for residents;
(S)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(1) and Table 200.5.10.1, a minimum of 15 parking spaces must be provided for visitors;
(T)Of the minimum 142 parking spaces to be provided for residents, a maximum of 8 parking spaces may be used exclusively for "car share" parking. For the purposes of this by-law, "car share" means a vehicle available for short-term rental, including an option for hourly rental, for the use of at least the occupants of the buildings erected on the lands;
(U)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2)(A)(iv), a maximum of 30 parking spaces may be obstructed according to regulation 200.4.1.10(2)(D) and the parking space will not require a width greater than 2.6 metres;
(V)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10.(2), any parking spaces existing on the lot in the year 2020 are deemed to comply;
(W)Despite regulation 200.15.10(1)(C), a minimum of 6 accessible parking spaces must be provided for residents;
(X)Despite regulations 220.5.10.1(2) and 220.5.10.1(11), a minimum of one Type "G" and one Type "C" loading space must be provided and maintained;
(Y)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5) does not apply to the lands subject to this by-law;
(Z)Regulation 10.10.40.80 does not apply to the lands subject to this by-law;
(AA)Despite regulation 10.5.80.1(2)(A), an ancillary outdoor area may be used for the parking or storing of more than three vehicles if the ancillary outdoor area used for the parking and storing of vehicles is located a minimum of 3.0 metres at grade from the residential building on the lot;
(BB)Despite regulation 10.5.80.1(2)(B) and (C), no fence is required for an ancillary outdoor area used for the parking or storing of vehicles;
(CC)Despite regulation 10.5.80.40(3), vehicle access to parking spaces on the lot will be permitted from the west adjacent lands;
(DD)Despite regulation 10.5.60.1(4), an ancillary building or structure may be erected prior to the erection of the main walls and completion of the roof of a residential building on the same lot;
(EE)Despite regulation 10.5.100.1(4)(B), there is no maximum permitted driveway width;
(FF)Despite regulation 10.5.150.1(1), waste and recyclable materials may be stored in a partially enclosed outdoor area; and
(GG)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10.(9), long-term bicycle parking spaces are permitted to be located in all below- grade levels of the building.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)

[By-law: 1014-2020(LPAT)]
(95)Exception R 95
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(96)Exception R 96
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 1637, 1639, 1641, 1643 and 1645 Bathurst Street, as shown on Diagram 1 of this By-law, if the requirements of Clause 5 and Schedule A of By-law 688-2021 are complied with, an apartment building may be constructed or used in compliance with (B) to (U) below;
(B)For the purpose of this exception, the lot comprises the lands outlined by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law 688-2021;
(C)Regulations 10.5.1.10(3)(D) and 10.10.40.1(3) regarding the maximum number of dwelling units permitted on the lot does not apply;
(D)In addition to the uses permitted by Regulation 10.10.20.10(1), public parking may be permitted solely for the purpose of car-share parking spaces;
(E)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of a building or structure is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 170.65 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building or structure;
(F)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the maximum height of any part of a building or structure is the numerical value, in metres, following the letters "HT" shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021;
(G)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.10(3), Clause 10.10.40.10 and Regulation (F) above, the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically above the height limits specified in Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021:
(i)equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation equipment, to a maximum of 3.9 metres, except that flues, chimneys, pipes and vents may project an additional 1.0 metres;
(ii) structures or parts of the building used for the functional operation of the building, such as enclosed stairwells for roof access, elevator shafts and overruns and water supply facilities, to a maximum of 3.9 metres;
(iii) structures that enclose, screen or cover the elements listed in (i) and (ii) above, to a maximum of 3.9 metres;
(iv)wind screens, parapets, fences, guard rails, railings and dividers, pergolas, trellises, balustrades, screens, stairs, roof drainage, window washing equipment, vents, lightning rods, light fixtures, landscaping, planters, and elements of a green roof, to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(v)Elements or structures on any roof, terrace or patio used for outdoor amenity space and for maintenance, safety and wind protection, to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(vi)Terraces, patios, covered walkways and ramps attached to the east main wall of the building, to a maximum of 5.5 metres; and
(vii) Bicycle parking spaces, amenity space, storage rooms and access to these spaces, to a maximum of 4.0 metres;
(H)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.30(1), no regulations for building depth apply provided the building meets the minimum building setbacks as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021;
(I)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.40(4)(C) and (E), the gross floor area of an apartment building is reduced by the area in the building used for storage rooms, washrooms not in dwelling units, electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation rooms and all indoor amenity space;
(J)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the gross floor area shall not exceed 8,700 square metres;
(K)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), an apartment building with 20 or more dwelling units must provide amenity space at a minimum rate of 4.0 square metres for each dwelling unit, of which:
(i)at least 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit is indoor amenity space;
(ii)at least 40.0 square metres of outdoor amenity space is provided in a location adjoining or directly accessible via a hallway from indoor amenity space; and
(iii)no more than 25 percent of the outdoor component may be a green roof;
(L)Despite Regulation 5.10.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks above ground are as identified in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021;
(M)Despite Regulation 5.10.40.70(1), Clause 10.10.40.70 and Regulation (L) above, the following building elements and structures, above or below-ground, are permitted to encroach into the required minimum building setbacks shown in metres on Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021, subject to the following limitations:
(i)Landscape planters;
(ii)Eaves, cornices, window sills, light fixtures, railings and bollards may extend into a required building setback by a maximum of 0.6 metres;
(iii)wheelchair ramps, stairs, stair enclosures, covered walkways and ramps, patios, bicycle parking spaces, amenity space, storage rooms and access to these spaces attached to the east main wall of the building may extend into a required building setback by a maximum of 5.5 metres;
(iv)Canopies, awnings or similar structures may extend into a required building setback by a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(v)Balconies are permitted to project and may extend into a required building setback by a maximum of 2.1 metres;
(N)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.80(1), no regulations for the separation distance between main walls with or without openings on the same lot apply provided they meet the minimum building setbacks as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 688-2021;
(O)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10(4) and (5), no landscaping or soft landscaping requirements for a lot apply;
(P)Despite Regulation 10.5.100.1(5), no requirements for an unobstructed vehicle access between the street and principal pedestrian entrance to the building apply;
(Q)Despite Regulation 200.5.10.1(1), "car-share" parking spaces may replace parking spaces otherwise required for residential occupants, subject to the following:
(i)a reduction of 4 resident parking spaces will be permitted for each "car-share" parking space provided and that the maximum reduction permitted be capped by the application of the following formula: 4 x (Total No. of dwelling units ÷ 60), rounded down to the nearest whole number;
(R)Despite Clause 220.5.10.1, a minimum of one Type "G" loading space must be provided on the lot;
(S)Despite Regulation 230.5.1.10(9)(B), required "long-term" bicycle parking spaces may be located in a storage room above or below ground and/or a parking garage in a building on the lot, or a combination thereof;
(T)For the purposes of this By-law, the words highlighted in bold type in this By-law have the meaning provided in Zoning By-law 569-2013, Chapter 800 Definitions, save and except for:
(i)"Car-share" means the practice where a number of people share the use of one or more automobiles that are owned by a profit or non-profit automobile-sharing organization and where such organization may require that use of automobiles reserved in advance, charge fees based on time and/or kilometres driven, and set membership requirements of the automobile-sharing organization, including the payment of a membership fee that may or may not be refundable; and
(ii)"Car-share" parking space means a parking space that is that is reserved for a motor vehicle for car-share purposes; and
(U)Despite Regulation 200.15.1(1), an accessible parking space must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.6 metres;
(ii)width of 3.4 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 688-2021 ]
(99)Exception R 99
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 100 Broadway Avenue and 223, 225, 227, 229, 231 and 233 Redpath Avenue, if the requirements of Sections 4 and 5 and Schedule A of By-law 71-2021(LPAT) are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with Sections (B) to (S) below;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.20.40 (1), a mixed use building is a permitted building type;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.20.10 (1), the following uses are permitted:
(i) Dwelling Unit in a permitted building type;
(ii) Municipal Shelter;
(iii) Park;
(iv) Retail Store; and
(v)Offices;
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), height is measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 159.30 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the height in metres specified by the numbers following the symbol HT on Diagram 3 of By-law 71-2021(LPAT);
(F)Despite Section (E) above and regulation 10.5.40.10, the following building elements and structures may project above the permitted maximum height in Diagram 3 of By-law 71-2021(LPAT) as follows:
(i)roof drainage materials, thermal insulation, roof assemblies including decking and pavers or roof ballast, parapets, terraces, patios, balustrades, bollards, and accessory structures, may project above the height limits by no more than 1.5 metres;
(ii)elements on the roof of the building or structure used for green roof technology and related roofing material may project above the height limits by no more than 2.0 metres;
(iii)parapets, garbage chutes, aircraft warning lights, lightning rods, safety railings, guard rails, ornamental or architectural elements and features, balcony and terrace partitions and dividers, telecommunications equipment and antennae, planters, retaining walls, wheelchair ramps, and lightning rods to a maximum of 2.3 metres;
(iv)equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, air handling, emergency generators, mechanical, exhaust flues, vents, ventilation equipment, and associated screening to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(v)stairs, elevator shafts and enclosed stairwells, window washing equipment to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(vi) structures on the roof of any part of the building used for outside or open air recreation, acoustical barriers, wind mitigation features, amenity space features, amenity space screens, trellises, gazebos, landscape elements and features, fencing, canopies, enclosed stairs, unenclosed stairs, elevator shafts, to a maximum of 4.0 metres;
(G)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1), 10.5.40.70(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks for all above ground portions of any building or structure are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 71-2021(LPAT);
(H)Despite regulations 10.5.40.60(1), (2), (3), (5), (7) and (8) and Section G above, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks on Diagram 3 of By-law 71-2021(LPAT):
(i)a platform, mechanical penthouse or balcony attached to or within 0.3m from a building may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 2.1 metres unless otherwise prohibited as shown in Diagram 3 of this By-law;
(ii)an entrance canopy, awning, or similar structure at the ground floor, with or without structural support, or a roof over a platform may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iii)underground garage access ramps may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iv)exterior stairs, wheelchair access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(v)architectural features including lighting on a building may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(vi)roof parapets may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metres; and,
(vii)vents, pipes, utility equipment, siamese connections, satellite dishes, and antennas (including mounting poles) may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metres;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 27,250 square metres;
(J)Despite 10.5.40.40(4), the gross floor area of a mixed use building with may be reduced by the area in the building used for:
(i)Parking, loading and bicycle parking at, above or below ground;
(ii)Required loading spaces at the ground level and required bicycle parking spaces at, above or below ground;
(iii)Storage rooms, washrooms, electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation rooms in any level of the building;
(iv)Shower and change facilities required by this By-law for required bicycle parking spaces;
(v)Residential amenity space required and above the requirement of this By-law;
(vi)Elevator shafts;
(vii)Garbage shafts;
(viii)Mechanical Penthouse; and
(ix)Exit stairwells in the building.
(K)A maximum of 413 dwelling units are permitted, of which a minimum of 8% must have three-bedrooms with the required amount rounded down to the nearest whole number;
(L)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1), a minimum of 710 square metres of indoor amenity space and a minimum 575 square metres of outdoor amenity space must be provided;
(M)Despite clause 200.5.10.1 parking spaces must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)a minimum of 70 parking spaces for residential and residential visitor uses and parking spaces may be allocated in any combination to the residents on the lot and the residents of the lot known municipally in the year 2021 as 110-120 Broadway Avenue;
(N)Despite Article 200.15.1 and By-law 579-2017, accessible parking spaces must be provided as follows;
(i)of the required parking spaces in (M) above, a minimum of 3 must be accessible parking spaces and must be provided in the underground parking garage;
(ii)accessible parking spaces must have the following minimum dimensions:
(a)length of 5.6 metres;
(b)width of 3.9 metres; and
(c)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres;
(iii)despite N(ii) above, the minimum required width of 3.9 metres may be reduced to 3.4 metres provided that an accessible barrier-free aisle or path measuring 1.5 metres in width is provided along a side of the parking space for its entire length; and
(iv)despite 200.15.1(4), accessible parking spaces may be located anywhere in the underground parking garage;
(O)Despite clause 220.5.10.1, a minimum of one Type "G" and one Type "C" loading space must be provided on the lot;
(P)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10(2), a maximum of 10 parking spaces may have a minimum width of 2.6 metres when obstructed on one or two sides;
(Q)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1(12) the total minimum number of parking spaces required on the lot may be reduced at a rate of 1 vehicle parking space for each 5 bicycle parking spaces provided in excess of the minimum number of bicycle parking spaces required by By-law 569-2013 if the reduction of vehicle parking spaces is not greater than 20% of the total minimum of vehicle parking spaces required;
(R) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)Despite regulations 230.5.10.1(1), (3) and (5):
(a)a minimum of 0.9 bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit must be provided as long-term bicycle parking spaces; and
(b)a minimum of 0.1 bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit must be provided as short-term bicycle parking spaces;
(ii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(2), the number of required bicycle parking spaces shall be rounded down when the calculation results in a fraction;
(iii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(4), a bicycle parking space oriented in a horizontal position must have a minimum length of 1.8 metres, a minimum width of 0.45 metres and a minimum vertical clearance of 1.9 metres;
(iv)Despite 4(R)(iii), if a stacked bicycle parking space is provided, the minimum vertical clearance for each bicycle parking space is 1.2 metres;
(v)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(4), a bicycle parking space oriented in a vertical position must have a minimum length or vertical clearance of 1.9 metres, a minimum width of 0.45 metres and a minimum horizontal clearance from the wall of 1.2 metres;
(vi)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9), long-term and short-term bicycle parking spaces for dwelling units may be located anywhere above or below ground in the building;
(vii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(10), long-term and short-term bicycle parking spaces for dwelling units may be provided in any combination of vertical, horizontal or stacked positions;
(viii)Despite regulation 230.10.1.20(2), a short-term bicycle parking space may be located more than 30 metres from a pedestrian entrance to the building on the lot and may be located in a secured room or an unsecured room;
(S)Regulation 10.5.50.10(4) does not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 71-2021(LPAT) ]
(100)Exception R 100
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 110, 114 and 120 Broadway Avenue, if the requirements of Section 5 and Schedule A of By-law 210-2021(LPAT) are complied with, a building or structure may be erected or constructed in compliance with Sections (B) to (S) below;
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.20.40 (1), a mixed use building is also a permitted building type;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.20.10(1), the following uses are permitted:
(i) Dwelling Unit in a permitted building type;
(ii) Municipal Shelter;
(iii) Park;
(iv) Retail Store; and
(v)Offices
(D)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), height is measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 158.80 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building;
(E)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1), the permitted maximum height of any building or structure or portion thereof, is the height in metres specified by the numbers following "HT" as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 210-2021(LPAT);
(F)Despite Section (E) above and Regulation 10.5.40.10(2), (3) and (4) and 10.5.75.1(4), the following may project above the permitted maximum height as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 210-2021(LPAT):
(i)roof drainage materials, thermal insulation, roof assemblies including decking and pavers or roof ballast, parapets, terraces, patios, balustrades, bollards, and accessory structures, may project above the height limits by no more than 1.5 metres;
(ii) structures used for pool or spa maintenance or operational equipment and swimming pools (elevated or otherwise) to a maximum of 1.7 metres;
(iii)elements on the roof of the building or structure used for green roof technology and related roofing material may project above the height limits by no more than 2.0 metres;
(iv)parapets, garbage chutes, aircraft warning lights, lightning rods, safety railings, guard rails, ornamental or architectural elements and features, balcony and terrace partitions and dividers, telecommunications equipment and antennae, planters, retaining walls, wheelchair ramps, and lightning rods to a maximum of 2.3 metres;
(v)equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, air handling, emergency generators, mechanical, exhaust flues, vents, ventilation equipment, and associated screening to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(vi)stairs, elevator shafts and enclosed stairwells, window washing equipment to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(vii) structures on the roof of any part of the building used for outside or open air recreation, acoustical barriers, wind mitigation features, amenity space features, amenity space screens, trellises, gazebos, landscape elements and features, fencing, canopies, enclosed stairs, unenclosed stairs, elevator shafts, to a maximum of 4.0 metres;
(G)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1), 10.5.40.70(1), 10.10.40.30(1) and Clause 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks for all above ground portions of any building or structure are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 210-2021(LPAT);
(H)Despite regulations 10.5.40.60(1), (2), (3), (5), (7) and (8) and Section G above, the following may encroach into the required minimum building setbacks on Diagram 3 of By-law 210-2021(LPAT):
(i)a platform, mechanical penthouse or balcony attached to or within 0.3 metre from a building may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 2.1 metres unless otherwise prohibited as shown in Diagram 3 of this By-law;
(ii)an entrance canopy, awning, or similar structure at the ground floor, with or without structural support, or a roof over a platform may encroach into the required building setbacks to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iii)underground garage access ramps may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(iv)exterior stairs, wheelchair access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 3.0 metres;
(v)architectural features including lighting on a building may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metre;
(vi)roof parapets may encroach into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metre; and
(vii)vents, pipes, utility equipment, siamese connections, satellite dishes, and antennas (including mounting poles) may project into a required building setback to a maximum of 1.0 metre;
(I)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 47,500 square metres;
(J)Despite 10.5.40.40(4), the residential and non-residential gross floor area of a mixed use building or an apartment building may be reduced by the area in the building used for:
(i)Parking, loading and bicycle parking at, above or below ground;
(ii)Required loading spaces at the ground level and required bicycle parking spaces at, above or below ground;
(iii)Storage rooms, washrooms, electrical, utility, mechanical and ventilation rooms in any level of the building;
(iv)Shower and change facilities required by this By-law for required bicycle parking spaces;
(v)Residential amenity space required and above the required amount by this By-law;
(vi)Elevator shafts;
(vii)Garbage shafts;
(viii)Mechanical penthouse and mechanical rooms; and
(ix)Exit stairwells in the building;
(K)The following shall apply to dwelling units:
(i)A maximum of 751 dwelling units are permitted;
(ii)A minimum of 10 percent of the dwelling units must contain at least three bedrooms; and
(iii)In the event that the calculation of the number of required dwelling units with three bedrooms results in a number with a fraction, the number shall be rounded down to the nearest whole number;
(L)Despite regulation 10.10.40.50(1):
(i)a minimum of 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit of outdoor amenity space and a minimum of 2.0 square metres for each dwelling unit of indoor amenity space must be provided for the dwelling units; and
(ii)no more than 25 percent of the outdoor amenity space component may be a green roof;
(M)Despite clause 200.5.10.1, a minimum of 256 parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot, of which:
(i)A minimum of 231 parking spaces shall be provided for residential uses and these parking spaces may be allocated in any combination to residents on the lot and to residents at 100 Broadway Avenue and 223 to 233 Redpath Avenue;
(ii)A minimum of 24 parking spaces shall be provided for residential visitors on the lot; and
(iii)A minimum of least 1 parking space shall be provided for nonresidential uses on the lot;
(N)Despite article 200.15.1 and By-law 579-2017, accessible parking spaces must be provided as follows:
(i)of the required parking spaces in (M) above, a minimum of 6 must be accessible parking spaces and must be provided in the underground parking garage;
(ii)accessible parking spaces must have the following minimum dimensions:
(a)length of 5.6 metres;
(b)width of 3.9 metres; and
(c)vertical clearance of 2.1 metres;
(iii)Despite N(ii) above, the minimum required width of 3.9 metres may be reduced to 3.4 metres provided that an accessible barrier-free aisle or path measuring 1.5 metres in width is provided along a side of the parking space for its entire length; and
(iv)Despite regulation 200.15.1(4), accessible parking spaces may be located anywhere in the underground parking garage;
(O)Despite clause 220.5.10.1, a minimum of one Type "G" and one Type "C" loading space must be provided on the lot;
(P)Despite regulation 200.5.1.10 (2), a maximum of 15 parking spaces may have a minimum width of 2.6 metres when obstructed on one or two sides;
(Q)Despite regulation 200.5.10.1 (12), the total minimum number of parking spaces required on a lot in Policy Area 2 (PA2) may be reduced at a rate of 1 vehicle parking space for each 5 bicycle parking spaces provided in excess of the minimum number of bicycle parking spaces required by By-law 569-2013 if the reduction of vehicle parking spaces is not greater than 20 percent of the total minimum of vehicle parking spaces required;
(R) Bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)Despite regulations 230.5.10.1(1), (3) and (5):
(a)a minimum of 0.9 bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit must be provided as long-term bicycle parking spaces;
(b)a minimum of 0.1 bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit must be provided as short-term bicycle parking spaces; and
(c)no bicycle parking spaces are required for the non-residential use;
(ii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(2), the number of required bicycle parking spaces shall be rounded down when the calculation results in a fraction;
(iii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(4), a bicycle parking space oriented in a horizontal position must have a minimum length of 1.8 metres, a minimum width of 0.45 metres and a minimum vertical clearance of 1.9 metres;
(iv)Despite 4(R)(iii), if a stacked bicycle parking space is provided, the minimum vertical clearance for each bicycle parking space is 1.2 metres;
(v)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(4), a bicycle parking space oriented in a vertical position must have a minimum length or vertical clearance of 1.9 metres, a minimum width of 0.45 metres and a minimum horizontal clearance from the wall of 1.2 metres;
(vi)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(9), long-term and short-term bicycle parking spaces for dwelling units may be located anywhere above or below ground in the building;
(vii)Despite regulation 230.5.1.10(10), long-term and short-term bicycle parking spaces for dwelling units may be provided in any combination of vertical, horizontal or stacked positions; and
(viii)Despite regulation 230.10.1.20(2), a short-term bicycle parking space may be located more than 30 metres from a pedestrian entrance to the building on the lot and may be located in a secured room or an unsecured room;
(S)Regulations 10.5.50.10(3), (4) and (5) do not apply.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 210-2021(LPAT) ]
(101)Exception R 101
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A building or structure must be set back a minimum of 5.0 metres from an elevated roadway structure.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 30 St. Lawrence Street, former City of Toronto By-law 1992-0458; and
(B)On 52 Sumach Street, City of Toronto By-law 2009-0289. [ By-law: 391-2021 Under Appeal ]
(102)Exception R 102
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units. [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(103)Exception R 103
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A building must comply with the following requirements:
(i)a building must have a minimum height of 2 storeys and 8.5 metres;
(ii)for the purposes of this Exception, a level of a building containing only mechanical, electrical or other equipment or space used for the functional operation of a building shall not constitute a storey;
(iii)despite 10.5.40.10(2), 10.5.40.10(3) 10.10.40.10(1) & 10.10.40.10(3), if a lot subject to this Exception abuts a lot in the Residential Zone category or is separated from a lot in the Residential Zone category by a lane, no part of a building or structure above the fourth storey may penetrate a 45 degree angular plane measured from the rear lot line of the lot in the Residential Zone category, starting at the height of the average elevation of the ground along the rear lot line;
(iv)the required minimum height of the first floor of a building, measured between the top of the floor of the first storey and the top of the floor of the second storey, is 4.5 metres;
(v)within the front yard at the ground floor level, the minimum required height to the underside of a 2nd storey which projects above the required front yard setback measured at the ground floor level, is 4.0 metres measured from the height of the average elevation of the ground along the front lot line;
(vi)despite 40.10.40.10(5), the minimum required height of any storey located above the first floor and used for a non-residential use is 4.0 metres, measured from the top of the floor of the storey to the top of the floor of the storey above;
(vii)despite 10.5.40.60(1)(D), a balcony may not encroach into a required rear yard setback;
(viii)despite 10.10.40.70(2), the required minimum rear yard setback for any part of a building located above the second storey is 12.5 metres from the rear lot line where it abuts a lot or lane in the Residential Zone category;
(ix)despite 10.5.40.70(1) and 10.10.40.70(1), the minimum front yard setback on the first floor and above the third storey is 3 metres and the minimum front yard setback on the second storey and third storey is 0 metres;
(x)despite 10.10.40.70(3) the minimum required side yard setback for a main wall containing window openings is 5.5 metres, otherwise no side yard setback is required; and
(xi)a minimum 2.0 metre wide strip of landscaping must be provided along the entire length of the rear lot line where the lot line abuts a lot in the Residential Zone category;
(B)Despite the maximum floor space index indicated in the zone label on Diagram 2 of By-law 779-2021, the maximum floor space index does not apply to a building that complies with all standards specified in (A) above.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 144 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86, as amended by By-law 1996-0067 and OMB File. R960113, March 5, 1997; and
(B)On or between the even numbered addresses of 512-616 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 517-525 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 527-537 Delaware Ave. N., 539 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 541-545 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 547-605 Delaware Ave. N., former City of Toronto By-law 221-79. [ By-law: 779-2021 ]
(104)Exception R 104
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
(B)The requirements of (A), above, do not apply on or between the odd numbered addresses of 545-565 Sherbourne St.; and
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)On 555 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-laws 258-71, 693-80, 258-85, 94-0612, and 94-0727 and City of Toronto by-law 1044-06.
(105)Exception R 105
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 690-720 Broadview Ave., an apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
(B)On the lands, the maximum interior floor area used for an amusement arcade, recreation use, eating establishment, or any combination of these uses is 400 square metres. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 199]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(106)Exception R 106
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 145, 147 and 155 Balmoral Avenue, if the requirements in Section 6 and Schedule A of By-law 817-2021 are complied with, a building that includes a hospice care home, nursing home, residential care home or retirement home may be constructed, used or enlarged in compliance with (B) to (M);
(B)In addition to the uses permitted by regulation 10.10.20.10, the following uses shall also be permitted within the area delineated by heavy lines shown on Diagram 2 of By-law 817-2021:
(i) Hospice Care Home;
(ii) Nursing Home;
(iii) Residential Care Home;
(iv) Retirement Home; and
(v)Office, provided it is ancillary to a permitted use in (B)(i), (ii) and/or (iii) above;
(C)Despite regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area of a hospice care home, nursing home, residential care home and/or retirement home and its ancillary uses is 13,750 square metres;
(D)Despite regulations 5.10.40.70(1) and 10.5.40.70(1) and 10.10.40.70 the required minimum building setbacks above grade are as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 817-2021;
(E)Despite clause 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60 and (D) above, the following are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 817-2021:
(i)awnings, balconies, canopies, decks, decorative cornices, decorative pilasters, exterior stairs, landscape elements, porches, terraces, vents, wheelchair ramps and window projections, all of which may encroach to a maximum of 2.5 metres;
(F)Despite regulation 10.5.40.10(1), the height of a building is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 150.1 metres in the year 2020 and the highest point of a building or structure;
(G)Despite regulation 10.10.40.10(1) and (2) the maximum height of any part of a building or structure is the numerical value, in metres, following the letters "HT" shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 817-2021;
(H)Despite regulations 10.5.40.10(2), (3) and (4), 10.10.40.10(8) and (9) and (G) above, the following building elements and structures may exceed the permitted maximum building height:
(i)stairs and stair enclosures, elevator, heating, cooling or ventilating equipment or any other mechanical penthouse elements, or a fence, wall or structure enclosing such elements, all of which may project up to a maximum of 6.5 metres; and
(ii)bollards, fencing, decorative wind or privacy screens, decorative parapet and cladding elements, railings or guards, window projections, terraces, vents, stacks, pipes, structures located on the roof for outside or open air recreation, safety and wind protection purposes, all of which may project up to a maximum of 3.5 metres;
(I)Despite (G) and (H) above, no portion of a building or structure may be located within the shaded area shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 817-2021 from finished ground to a vertical height of 4.5 metres;
(J)Despite regulation 10.10.40.30(1) the maximum building depth shall be 32 metres;
(K)Despite regulation 10.5.50.10(4)(B), a minimum of 16 percent of the landscaping area required in 10.5.50.10(4)(A) must be soft landscaping;
(L)Regulation 10.5.50.10(5), regarding soft landscaping along lot lines, does not apply;
(M)Despite clause 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided on the lot at a minimum rate of 0.17 parking spaces for each bed-sitting room and/or dwelling unit, and may be provided as stacked parking spaces;
(N)Despite clause 200.5.1.10, a parking stacker structure is permitted within 0.3 metres of each side of the stacked parking space;
(O)Despite clause 200.5.1.10(2), a stacked parking space must have the following minimum dimensions:
(i)length of 5.2 metres;
(ii)width of 2.3 metres; and
(iii)vertical clearance of 1.5 metres;
(P)Despite Regulation 230.5.10.1(1), bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained as follows:
(i)a minimum of 0.2 long-term bicycle parking spaces for each bed-sitting room and/or dwelling unit; and
(ii)a minimum of 0.03 short-term bicycle parking spaces for each bed-sitting room and/or dwelling unit;
(Q)Despite Regulations 230.5.1.10(4) and (5), the minimum dimensions of a stacked bicycle parking space is:
(i)minimum length of 1.8 metres; and
(ii)minimum width of 0.46 metres;
(R)Despite Regulation 220.5.10, a minimum of one (1) Type "G" and one (1) Type "C" loading space is required;
(S)Regulation 10.5.100.1(5) with regards to unobstructed vehicle access between the street and principal pedestrian entrance to the building, does not apply;
(T)Regulation 200.15.1(4) with regards to location of accessible parking spaces does not apply; and
(U)Despite Regulation 220.5.1.10(8) an operable gate is not considered to be an obstruction when located adjacent to or within a Type 'G' loading space.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 817-2021 ]
(109)Exception R 109
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 244 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(110)Exception R 110
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On a lot, a residential use is permitted if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 2.25;
(ii)the height of the building does not exceed 26.0 metres;
(iii)the building will have a minimum southerly lot line building setback of 6.0 metres, a northerly lot line building setback of 7.6 metres, a westerly lot line building setback of 4.5 metres, and a easterly lot line building setback of 2.3 metres;
(iv)the building will have a maximum southerly lot line building setback of 37.6 metres, excluding ventilation shafts or stairwells or similar openings; and
(v)a minimum of 35% of the lot must be used for soft landscaping; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 254]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 64 Prince Arthur Avenue in 1983, a medical office is permitted, if:
(i)it located within a building that existed on the lot on May 30, 1983; and
(ii)the number of parking spaces that existed on lot on May 30, 1983 is not reduced; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 246]
(C)On the lands municipally known as 64 Prince Arthur Avenue in 1983, a residential building or a mixed use building are permitted on the lands if:
(i)the gross floor area of the residential portion of the building does not result in a floor space index that exceeds 2.25;
(ii)the height of the building does not exceed 26.0 metres;
(iii)the building has a minimum southerly lot line building setback of 6.0 metres, a northerly lot line building setback of 7.6 metres, a westerly lot line building setback of 4.5 metres, and a easterly lot line building setback of 2.3 metres;
(iv)the building has a maximum southerly lot line building setback of 37.6 metres, excluding ventilation shafts or stairwells or similar openings; and
(v)a minimum of 35% of the lot must be used for soft landscaping. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 254]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(111)Exception R 111
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On lands municipally known in the year 2020 as 265 Balliol Street shown on Diagram 1 to By-law 890-2021(OLT), if the requirements of Section 4 and Schedule A of By-law 890-2021(OLT) are complied with, a building or structure may be erected and used in compliance with (B) to (CC) below;
(B)The buildings and structures permitted on the lot include the "Existing Building" and the "Building Addition" as shown on Diagram 3 to By-law 890-2021(OLT) as follows:
(i)for the purposes of this Regulation, "Existing Building" means the existing apartment building municipally known as 265 Balliol Street as shown on Diagram 3, as well as ancillary structures, including an underground parking garage and enclosed garage entry ramp, located on the lot in the year 2020; and
(ii)for the purposes of this Regulation, "Building Addition" means an addition to the Existing Building on the lot as shown on Diagram 3, including ancillary structures and portions below ground;
(C)The lot consists of the lands delineated by heavy lines on Diagram 1 attached to By-law 890-2021(OLT);
(D)Despite any Regulation to the contrary, the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3, including portions below ground, existing on the lot as of December 1, 2020 are permitted;
(E)In addition to the permitted uses in Clause 10.10.20.10 and despite all of Regulation 10.10.20.100(12) the following non-residential uses are permitted in an apartment building on the lot:
(i) art gallery, personal service shop, pet services, retail store, eating establishment, take-out eating establishment, bicycle repair shop and wellness centre, subject to the following:
(a)There may be one or more uses in a premises containing such uses;
(b)Such uses are only permitted on the first floor of the Building Addition as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT);
(ii) Ancillary uses, including an outdoor patio, are permitted in connection with such uses in (i) above; and
(iii)Car-share;
(F)For the purpose of this Exception, established grade is the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 149.67 metres;
(G)With respect to the Building Addition as shown on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 890-2021(OLT), and despite Clauses 10.5.40.10 and 10.10.40.10, the permitted maximum building height above the level of the finished ground, as measured between established grade to the highest point of the building, is the numerical value in metres following the HT symbol, with the exception of the following permitted projections:
(i) Structures, elements and enclosures permitted by regulation (L) below;
(ii)Parapets, structures used for maintenance, safety, noise or wind protection purposes, elements of a green roof, window washing equipment and chimneys, vents, stacks and their associated enclosures may exceed the maximum building height by a maximum of 6.5 metres;
(iii) Structures on any roof used for outdoor amenity space or open air recreation may exceed the permitted maximum building height by a maximum of 3.0 metres; and
(iv)Roof top mechanical equipment, including structures that enclose or screen such equipment may exceed the permitted maximum building height by a maximum of 5.5 metres;
(H)The permitted maximum height of the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) is the height of such building as it existed on the lot on December 1, 2020, subject to permitted projections for the functional operation of a building as set out in Regulation 10.5.40.10(3);
(I)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40(1), the permitted maximum gross floor area on the lot is as follows:
(i)The total gross floor area of the Building Addition, as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT), must not exceed 20,000 square metres, of which a maximum of 200.0 square metres may be used for non-residential uses; and
(ii)The gross floor area of the Existing Building shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) must not exceed the gross floor area existing therein as of December 1, 2020, plus 150.0 square metres to accommodate additional amenity space, laundry areas and utility rooms.
(J) Dwelling units provided in the Building Addition as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) must comply with the following:
(i)A minimum of 40 percent of the total number of dwelling units in the Building Addition must contain two or more bedrooms; and
(ii)A minimum of 10 percent of the total number of dwelling units in the Building Addition must contain three or more bedrooms, which dwelling units may also be used to determine compliance with i.above;
(K)Despite all of Clauses 10.5.40.70 and 10.10.40.70, the required minimum building setbacks and the required minimum separation distances between main walls of buildings or structures above ground level is shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT);
(L)Despite Regulations 5.10.40.70(1) and Clauses 10.5.40.50, 10.5.40.60, and (K) above, the following elements of a building or structure may encroach into a required minimum building setback and a required minimum main wall separation distance as follows:
(i)Lighting fixtures, railings, cornices, sills, eaves, canopies, awnings, privacy screens, planters, stairs, enclosed stairs, ramps to underground parking areas and associated structures, fencing, bollards, safety railings, trellises, guards, guardrails, retaining walls, wheelchair ramps, bicycle parking facilities, ornamental or architectural features, landscape features;
(ii)balconies to maximum horizontal projection of 2.0 metres; and
(iii) Structures, elements and enclosures permitted by regulation (G) above;
(M)Regulation 10.10.40.80(1) does not apply to:
(i)the Existing Building as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT); and
(ii) main walls around inset balconies on the Building Addition;
(N)Despite Regulations 10.5.50.10(4) and (5) and 10.5.100.1(6)(B), landscaping and soft landscaping must be provided as follows:
(i)a minimum of 38 percent of the lot must be provided as landscaping; and
(ii)A minimum of 50 percent of the landscaping required in (i) above must be soft landscaping;
(O)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50(1), a minimum of 4.0 square metres of amenity space must be provided for each dwelling unit in the Building Addition as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT), of which:
(i)a minimum of 2.0 square metres per dwelling unit must be provided as indoor amenity space in the Building Addition; and
(ii)a minimum of 40.0 square metres of outdoor amenity space must be provided in a location that adjoins or is directly accessible from indoor amenity space;
(P)Despite Regulations 200.5.10.1(1) and Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided for the building on the lot in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 0.40 parking spaces per one bedroom dwelling unit;
(ii)A minimum of 0.4 parking spaces per two bedroom dwelling unit;
(iii)A minimum of 0.4 parking spaces for a dwelling unit containing three or more bedrooms;
(iv)A minimum of 0.10 parking spaces per dwelling unit for residential visitors;
(v)No parking spaces are required for non-residential uses; and
(vi)The parking spaces required by (i), (ii) and (iii) above may be reduced by four parking spaces for each car-share parking space provided, up to a maximum of four car-share parking spaces;
(Q)For the purpose of this Exception, car-share means the practice whereby a number of people share the use of one or more motor vehicles that are owned and operated by a profit or non-profit car sharing organization, and car-share parking space means a parking space exclusively reserved and signed for a vehicle used only for car-share purposes, and such car-share motor vehicles are made available to at least the occupants of the building for short term rental, including hourly rental;
(R)Regulation 200.5.1.10 (2), with respect to the minimum dimensions of parking spaces applies with the exception that:
(i)up to a maximum of 15 percent of the total number of parking spaces provided on the lot, excluding accessible parking spaces, may have the following minimum dimensions, notwithstanding that such parking spaces are obstructed on one or two sides in accordance with Section 200.5.1.10 (2)(D):
(a)Length – 5.6 metres;
(b)Width – 2.6 metres; and
(c)Height – 2.0 metres;

provided that the total number of parking spaces which are obstructed on two sides and provided with minimum dimensions in accordance with (i) above, is no more than 5 percent of the total number of provided parking spaces.
(S)Despite all of Article 200.15.1 (1), (3) and (4) accessible parking spaces must comply with the following provisions:
(i)an accessible parking space must have the following dimensions:
(a)Length of 5.6 metres;
(b)Width of 3.4 metres; and
(c)Vertical clearance of 2.1 metres;
(ii)A 1.5 metre wide accessible barrier-free aisle or path is required along the entire length of one side of an accessible parking space, and such aisle or path may be shared by 2 accessible parking spaces; and
(iii)Accessible parking spaces must be no more than 35.0 metres from an entrance to the building;
(T)Despite Regulation 220.5.20.1(1)(A)(ii) a driveway to a loading space must have a minimum width along its entire length of 5.0 metres for a two-way driveway;
(U)Despite any provision of this Exception or By-law 569-2013, as amended, parking spaces, drive aisles, driveways and ramps existing on the lot as of December 1, 2020 may be maintained, are deemed to comply with the provisions of By-law 569-2013, as amended, and may be used for the purpose of determining compliance with (P), (R), (S) and (T) above;
(V)Despite Regulations 230.5.1.10(10) and 230.5.10.1(5) bicycle parking spaces must be provided and maintained on the lot for dwelling units in the Existing Building and Building Addition as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) in accordance with the following:
(i)A minimum of 96 bicycle parking spaces plus:
(a)A minimum of 0.9 long-term bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit in the Building Addition; and
(b)A minimum of 0.1 short-term bicycle parking spaces per dwelling unit in the Building Addition;
(ii)A bicycle parking space on the lot may be located in a stacked bicycle parking space; and
(iii)A bicycle parking space existing on the lot as of December 1, 2020, is deemed to comply with the requirements of By-law 569-2013, as amended, and may be used to determine compliance with (i) above;
(W)Despite any Regulation of this Exception and of By-law 569-2013, as amended, the Existing Building shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) may be occupied by residents during construction of the Building Addition without the provision of required parking spaces, loading spaces, bicycle parking spaces and landscaping;
(X)Regulation 10.5.100.1(4)(B) with respect to the maximum total width of a driveway width does not apply;
(Y)Despite Regulation 10.5.100.1(5) an unobstructed vehicle access must be provided so that a vehicle can enter and leave the lot while driving forward in one continuous movement;
(Z)Regulation 10.10.40.30(1) with respect to building depth does not apply, subject to compliance with the required minimum building setbacks as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 890-2021(OLT), subject to permitted encroachments;
(AA)Section 600.10 Building Setback Overlay District Map does not apply;
(BB)Despite any existing or future severance, partition or division of the lot shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) the provisions of this By-law and By-law 569-2013, shall apply to the whole of the lot as if no severance, partition or division had occurred; and
(CC)If the requirements of Section 4 of By-law 890-2021(OLT) are complied with, By-law 22290 does not apply to the lot as a Prevailing By-law.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto By-law 22290, except as otherwise provided for in Site Specific Provision (EE) of Exception R(111) [ By-law: 890-2021(OLT) ]
(113)Exception R 113
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 173-175 Madison Ave. in 1983, a religious residence that is a monastery is permitted if it is located in a building that existed on the lot on May 30, 1983. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 249]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(114)Exception R 114
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 722 and 724 Marlee Avenue, as shown on Diagram 1 of By-law 188-2022, a building or structure may be constructed, used or enlarged in compliance with Sections (B) to (N) below;
(B)Despite Regulation 10.5.40.10 (1) the height of a building or structure is the distance between the Canadian Geodetic Datum 2013 of 175.95 metres and the elevation of the highest point of the building or structure;
(C)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10 (1), the permitted maximum height of a building or structure is the number following the HT symbol in metres as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 188-2022;
(D)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.10(7), the permitted maximum number of storeys in a building is the number following the ST symbol as shown on Diagram 3 of By-law 188-2022;
(E)Despite Clause 10.10.60.70 the maximum permitted area of the lot covered by ancillary buildings and structures may not exceed 10 percent of the lot area;
(F)Despite Clause 10.5.60.20, and Regulations10.10.40.30 (1), 200.15.1 (4), and 10.5.80.30 (1) do not apply;
(G)Despite Regulation 10.5.50.10 (5) a 1.5 metre strip of soft landscaping is not required;
(H)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.40 (1), the permitted maximum gross floor area is 2,270 square metres;
(I)A maximum of 28 dwelling units are permitted;
(J)A minimum of 46 percent (13 dwelling units) of the total number of dwelling units on the lot must contain a minimum of one bedrooms and a minimum of 54 percent (15 dwelling units) of the total number of dwelling units must contain a minimum of two bedrooms;
(K)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.10 (2) and (3), the following building elements and structures are permitted to project vertically beyond the height limits specified on Diagram 3 attached to By-law 188-2022:
(i)Roof drainage components, or thermal and waterproofing assemblies located at each of the roof levels of the building to a maximum of 0.25 metres;
(ii)A parapet to a maximum of 1.5 metres;
(iii)Safety railings and fences at each of the roof levels of the building, to a maximum height of 1.8 metres;
(iv) Structures on the roof of any part of the building used for, green roofs, wind mitigation, landscape features, partitions dividing outdoor balcony or terrace areas, privacy screens, telecommunications equipment and antennae, window washing equipment, or lightning rods and exhaust flues to a maximum height of 2.5 metres; and
(v)Equipment used for the functional operation of the building, such as electrical, utility, mechanical, and ventilation equipment, enclosed stairwells, mechanical penthouses, roof accesses, elevator shafts, vents and water supply facilities, to a maximum height of 4.0 metres;
(L)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.70 (1) and 10.10.40.70(1), the required minimum buildings setbacks from Marlee Avenue are as shown on Diagram 3;
(M)Despite Regulations 10.5.40.60(1), (2), (3), (7), and (8), the following building elements and structures are permitted to encroach into the required building setbacks shown on Diagram 3;
(i)a platform or balcony attached to a maximum of 2.0 metres;
(ii)a canopy, awning, or similar structure at the first floor, to a maximum of 2.0 metres;
(iii)exterior stairs, retaining walls, vehicle access ramps and associated main wall, wheelchair access ramps, pedestrian access ramps, and elevating devices to a maximum of 1.0 metre;
(iv)roof projections, such as cornices and eaves to a maximum of 1.0 metre; and
(v)vents, pipes, utility equipment, siamese connections, satellite dishes and antennas (including mounting poles) to a maximum of 1.4 metres and does not encroach into the required front yard setback;
(N)Despite Regulation 10.10.40.50 (1), the required minimum amount of amenity space is 55 square metres of indoor amenity space and 100 square metres of outdoor amenity space;
(O)Despite Clause 200.5.10.1 and Table 200.5.10.1, parking spaces must be provided on the lot in accordance with the following requirements:
(i)A minimum of 16 parking spaces for residents; and
(ii)A minimum of 3 parking spaces for visitors; and
(P)Despite Regulation 230.5.10.1 (5) (A), a minimum of 33 bicycle parking spaces are required.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 188-2022 Under Appeal ]
(115)Exception R 115
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 54 Madison Ave. in 1983, a nursing home, residential care home, retirement home, or seniors community house are permitted if the building or additions to the building comply with the other regulations of this By-law; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 250]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 661 Huron St. in 1983, a nursing home, residential care home, retirement home, or seniors community house are permitted if the building or additions to the building comply with the other regulations of this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 250]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(116)Exception R 116
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 20 Prince Arthur Avenue in 1988, Section 12(1) 253 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(128)Exception R 128
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(129)Exception R 129
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(143)Exception R 143
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(147)Exception R 147
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(148)Exception R 148
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)a vehicle entrance through the front main wall of a residential building, other than an ancillary building, is not permitted; and [ By-law: 1426-2017 ]
(C)Despite regulations 10.5.40.50(2), 10.5.40.60(1)(C) and 10.5.40.60(1)(D), a platform without main walls, such as a deck or balcony, attached to or within 0.3 metres of the rear main wall of a residential building and at a height greater than 1.2 metres above established grade, must comply with the following:
(i)the maximum area of the platform is 4.0 square metres;
(ii)the minimum side yard setback of the platform is 1.8 metres; and
(iii)may not encroach into the required rear yard setback. [ By-law: 1426-2017 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 63 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)Section 12(2) 227 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(151)Exception R 151
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 1356 to 1402 Davenport Rd., even addresses only, in 1994, a building or structure that existed on the lot on May 30, 1994 may have a height greater than 9.0 metres. This exception does not apply to any addition to such a building or structure. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 356]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 288 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(154)Exception R 154
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On a lot, parking is permitted for a lot located in another zone. [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 381]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(160)Exception R 160
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(161)Exception R 161
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(162)Exception R 162
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 405 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-laws 657-76, 494-77, 572-77, 678-79, 689-80, 34-82, 525-82, and 740-04.
(169)Exception R 169
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(175)Exception R 175
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 3 Nassau St. in 1981, an education use by George Brown College is permitted, if the floor space index of the buildings or additions to the buildings does not exceed 3.5; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 73]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(183)Exception R 183
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 29 Draper St. in 1978, a retail store is permitted on the ground floor of the building; and [By-law 438-86: Sec. 12 (1) 89]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(184)Exception R 184
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 331 and 349 Sherbourne St. in 1979, a building or structure existing on the lot on May 1, 1979 may be used as a hospital, if:
(i)the gross floor area of the hospital does not exceed the gross floor area of the building that existed on the lot on March 31, 1979;
(ii)the height of the building that was constructed after March 31, 1979 does not exceed 18.0 metres;
(iii)the amount of landscaping that existed on the lot on March 31, 1979 is not reduced; and
(iv)the building setbacks are not less than that required for residential buildings in the R zone; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 92]
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit; and
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(187)Exception R 187
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 9 Earl St. in 1979, a building or structure that existed on the lot on May 1, 1979 may be used as a hospital; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 96]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(189)Exception R 189
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)9.0 metres for a detached house; and
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix "B"]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 1 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(208)Exception R 208
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the minimum rear yard setback of the building is 12.0 metres; and
(B)A minimum of 7.5 metres of the rear yard, as measured from the rear lot line, must be used for soft landscaping. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 16]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(209)Exception R 209
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the minimum rear yard setback is 12.0 metres;
(B)A minimum of 7.5 metres of the rear yard, as measured from the rear lot line, must be used for soft landscaping; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 16]
(C)A maximum of three attached dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse building. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 142]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(213)Exception R 213
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A dwelling unit is only permitted in a detached house or a duplex; and for a duplex, the following also applies:
(i)a duplex may be attached to one other duplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone; and
(ii)the minimum side yard setback for a duplex or for the exterior of two attached duplex residential buildings is 3.0 metres; [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(a)(i)] and [TO:438-86; 6(3) PART II 3. D.] and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 183]
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with a detached house or a duplex is 12.0 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix "B"]
(C)Required parking spaces for a dwelling unit must be located within a building or structure. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 210 (ii)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 183 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(216)Exception R 216
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(218)Exception R 218
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12 (2) 227 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 226 Soudan Avenue, City of Toronto By-law 718-1999. [ By-law: 1353-2015 ]
(221)Exception R 221
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the maximum interior floor area used for an amusement arcade, recreation use, eating establishment, or any combination of these uses is 400 square metres. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 199]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 741 Broadview Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 355-73. [ By-law: 348-2021 ]
(230)Exception R 230
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On these lands, former City of Toronto by-law 1996-0317.
(234)Exception R 234
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 288 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(235)Exception R 235
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 289 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(242)Exception R 242
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 318 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(246)Exception R 246
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)Required parking spaces for a dwelling unit must be located within a building or structure. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 210 (ii)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 51(a) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(248)Exception R 248
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 63 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 227 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(252)Exception R 252
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is not a permitted building type; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 8]
(B)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 269 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(256)Exception R 256
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, a parking facility is permitted, if:
(i)it is located on the same lot as a residential building, non-residential building, or a mixed use building; and
(ii)it has no more than 125% of the number of parking spaces required to be provided for the building on the lot. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 80]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 259 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(258)Exception R 258
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(B)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(265)Exception R 265
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(267)Exception R 267
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 244 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(278)Exception R 278
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A dwelling unit is only permitted in a detached house or a duplex; and for a duplex, and the following also applies:
(i)a duplex may be attached to one other duplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone; and
(ii)the minimum side yard setback for a duplex or for the exterior of two attached duplex residential buildings is 3.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(a)(i)] and [TO:438-86; 6(3) PART II 3. D.] and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 217]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 217 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(282)Exception R 282
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)An office is permitted; and [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 63 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 227 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(285)Exception R 285
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12 (1) 271 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(290)Exception R 290
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 74 Roncesvalles Ave. in 1992, a personal service shop is permitted, if:
(i)the remaining portion of the building contains one dwelling unit; and
(ii)the regulations of this By-law are complied with. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 339]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 130 Grenadier Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 95-0339;
(B)On 314 Roncesvalles Ave., City of Toronto by-law 479-2010 and Section 12(1) 484, former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and

(C)Section 12(1) 231(b) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 1675-2013 ]
(296)Exception R 296
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 15 Callender St., City of Toronto by-law 66-04;
(B)On 61 Harvard Ave., City of Toronto by-law 871-05;
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-19 Lukow Ter., the even numbered addresses of 2-20 Lukow Ter., 252 MacDonell Ave., 272 MacDonell Ave., the even numbered addresses of 274-276 MacDonell Ave., 17 Wabash Ave., 22R Wright Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 97-0247;
(D)On 86 Pearson Ave., City of Toronto by-law 72-04;
(E)On 10 Sorauren Ave., City of Toronto by-law 65-04;
(F)On 13 Sorauren Ave., City of Toronto by-law 519-03;
(G)On 108 Sorauren Ave., City of Toronto by-law 265-06;
(H)On 62 Triller Ave., City of Toronto by-law 62-04; and
(I)On 77 Wright Ave., City of Toronto by-law 179-71.
(298)Exception R 298
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 78 Coleman Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 423-76;
(B)On 88 Coleman Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 424-76; and
(C)On 314 Main St., former City of Toronto by-law 95-0454.
(299)Exception R 299
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 152 Ashdale Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 687-78.
(304)Exception R 304
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 57 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 941-01;
(C)On 93 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 718-02;
(D)On 94 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto By-law 259-05;
(E)On 100 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 489-04;
(F)On 157 Dunn Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 94-0004;
(G)On 18 Spencer Ave., City of Toronto by-law 769-2006;
(H)On 102 Spencer Ave., City of Toronto by-law 669-01;
(I)On 116 Spencer Ave., City of Toronto by-law 70-04;
(J)On 120 Spencer Ave., City of Toronto by-law 486-04;
(K)On 122 Spencer Ave., City of Toronto by-law 487-04;
(L)On 22 Springhurst Ave., City of Toronto by-law 531-03;
(M)On 15 Temple Ave., City of Toronto by-law 700-00;
(N)On 5 Thornburn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 548-01;
(O)On 15 Thornburn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 769-2006;
(P)On 22 Thornburn Ave., being City of Toronto by-law 484-04; and
(Q)On 24 Thornburn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 485-04.
(306)Exception R 306
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 372 Kingswood Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 254-72.
(309)Exception R 309
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 16-20 Kimberley Ave, City of Toronto by-law 169-06.
(312)Exception R 312
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 40 Ainsworth Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 323-85;
(B)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 19-23 Canning Ave., the even numbered addresses of 20-24 Canning Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 376-78; and
(C)On 21R Pretoria Ave., City of Toronto by-law 250-08.
(313)Exception R 313
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 39 Beaty Ave., City of Toronto by-law 624-01;
(C)On 40 Beaty Ave., City of Toronto by-law 428-01;
(D)On 42 Beaty Ave., City of Toronto by-law 67-04;
(E)On 71 Beaty Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 374-84;
(F)On 15 Wilson Park Rd., City of Toronto by-law 266-06;
(G)On 59 Wilson Park Rd., City of Toronto by-law 476-2010;
(H)On 69 Wilson Park Rd., City of Toronto by-law 474-2010; and
(I)On 70 Wilson Park Rd., City of Toronto by-law 64-04.
(314)Exception R 314
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 6 and 16 Plymouth Avenue, City of Toronto by-law 545-2005.
(316)Exception R 316
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 13 Kerr Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 487-78.
(318)Exception R 318
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 143 Dowling Ave., City of Toronto by-law 107-03;
(C)On 181 Dowling Ave., City of Toronto by-law 257-02;
(D)On 14 Maynard Ave., City of Toronto by-law 424-01;
(E)On 20 Maynard Ave., City of Toronto by-law 426-01;
(F)On 22 Maynard Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 473-93;
(G)On 26 Maynard Ave., City of Toronto by-law 550-01; and
(H)On 28 Maynard Ave., City of Toronto by-law 109-03.
(322)Exception R 322
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 700-706 Coxwell Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 701-719 Coxwell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 145-72;
(B)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 49-51 Donlands Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 678-84;
(C)On 27 Eaton Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 198-77; and
(D)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 137-145 Strathmore Blvd., former City of Toronto by-law 187-71.
(324)Exception R 324
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 164 Close Ave., City of Toronto by-law 117-02;
(C)On 149 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 423-01;
(D)On 156 Cowan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 364-02;
(E)On or between the even numbered addresses of 176-186 Cowan Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 249-91;
(F)On 220 Cowan Ave., 245 Dunn Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 284-69;
(G)On 300 Dufferin St., 9 Gwynne Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 785-77;
(H)On 189 Dunn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 260-05;
(I)On 196 Dunn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 208-03;
(J)On 198 Dunn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 1046-01;
(L)On 216 Dunn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 1049-01;
(M)On 11 Elm Grove Ave., City of Toronto by-law 103-03;
(N)On 11A Elm Grove Ave., City of Toronto by-law 105-03;
(O)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 57-59 Elm Grove Ave., City of Toronto by-law 1209-09;
(P)On 59 Gwynne Ave., City of Toronto by-law 68-04;
(Q)On 70 Melbourne Ave., City of Toronto by-law 473-2010; and
(R)On 74 Melbourne Ave., City of Toronto by-law 697-00.
(K )On 203 Dunn Ave., City of Toronto by-law 1048-01;
(326)Exception R 326
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 20 Trent Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 117-91.
(329)Exception R 329
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 323 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(332)Exception R 332
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 5-7A Brandon Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 157-82.
(334)Exception R 334
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands east of Pacific Avenue, former City of Toronto By-laws 171-67, and 188-71; and
(B)Former City of Toronto By-law 22318. [ By-law: 1675-2013 ]
(338)Exception R 338
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 363 Albany Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 48-85; and
(B)On 645 Davenport Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 20626.
(339)Exception R 339
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 2 Glenavon Rd., City of Toronto by-law 212-03; and
(C)On 5 Glenavon Rd., City of Toronto by-law 471-2010.
(341)Exception R 341
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 50 Cambridge Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22260.
(343)Exception R 343
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 52 High Park Ave., and the odd numbered addresses of 51-59 Quebec Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22621.
(344)Exception R 344
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 71-81 Edgewood Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 5-31 Kellner Crt., the even numbered addresses of 6-32 Kellner Crt., former City of Toronto by-law 234-81.
(346)Exception R 346
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 75 Dowling Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 107-127 Springhurst Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 82-87;
(C)On 114 Springhurst Ave., City of Toronto by-law 546-01; and
(D)On 155 Springhurst Ave., City of Toronto by-law 546-01.
(349)Exception R 349
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 515 Parkside Dr., former City of Toronto by-law 280-86.
(351)Exception R 351
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]

Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(352)Exception R 352
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 717 Broadview Ave., a municipal shelter is permitted. [TOR: 138-2003]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 717 Broadview Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 307-68.
(354)Exception R 354
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-43 Cannes Circle, the even numbered addresses of 2050-2136 St. Clair Ave. W., 2140 St. Clair Ave. W., the even numbered addresses of 2146-2204 St. Clair Ave. W., the odd numbered addresses of 1-155 Tarragona Blvd., the even numbered addresses of 34-154 Tarragona Blvd., the even numbered addresses of 36-158 Viella St., 39-159 Viella St., City of Toronto by-law 383-99.
(356)Exception R 356
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)7.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)10.5 metres for a duplex, and if a duplex is attached to one other duplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone, the minimum lot frontage for each lot is 7.5 metres; and
(iv)10.5 metres for a triplex, and if a triplex is attached to one other triplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone, the minimum lot frontage for each lot is 7.5 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix "B"]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-15 Balmy Ave., 20 Balmy Ave., the even numbered addresses of 6-18 Balmy Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 3-23 Glenfern Ave., the even numbered addresses of 4-30 Glenfern Ave., the even numbered addresses of 412-424 Lake Front, the odd numbered addresses of 1-79 Silver Birch Ave., the even numbered addresses of 4-66 Silver Birch Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 23-71 Willow Ave., the even numbered addresses of 50-80 Willow Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 423-80.
(357)Exception R 357
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 235-241 Woodbine Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 464-81.
(358)Exception R 358
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 55 Howard Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 46-69.
(359)Exception R 359
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 19-29 Maughan Cres., City of Toronto by-law 507-09.
(360)Exception R 360
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 17 McCormack St., former City of Toronto by-law 661-91.
(361)Exception R 361
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 18A-22 Osler St., 24 Osler St., the even numbered addresses of 26-62 Osler St., 62R Osler St., the even numbered addresses of 64-84 Osler St., City of Toronto by-law 831-00.
(364)Exception R 364
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, a parking facility is permitted, if:
(i)it is located on the same lot as a residential building, non-residential building, or a mixed use building; and
(ii)it has no more than 125% of the number of parking spaces required to be provided for the building on the lot; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 80]
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit;
(C)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres; and
(D)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(377)Exception R 377
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands known as 33 Jackes Ave. in a building that existed on the lot on May 27, 1963, an office is permitted, if it is:
(i)a medical office;
(ii)an office of a professional person;
(iii)an office of a non-profit organization; or
(iv)a business administration office; [TO:438-86; 12(1) 43]
(B)On the lands, an apartment building, duplex, triplex, or townhouse is not a permitted building type, unless:
(i)the lot frontage is greater than 8.5 metres or the lot legally existed on January 11, 1988; and
(ii)the required parking is provided in a garage or area on the lot; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 192]
(C)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 33 Jackes Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 441-86.
(380)Exception R 380
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(388)Exception R 388
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 260 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(C)On 338 Jarvis St., former City of Toronto by-law 247-87;
(D)On 340 Jarvis St., former City of Toronto by-laws 534-80 and 643-88;
(E)On 281 Mutual St., City of Toronto by-law 716-01; and
(F)On 95 WOOD ST, former City of Toronto by-law 364-92.
(403)Exception R 403
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(405)Exception R 405
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 154 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(407)Exception R 407
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands known municipally as 123 Coxwell Ave. in 1993, Section 12(1) 309 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(418)Exception R 418
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)4.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)4.5 metres for a duplex;
(iv)4.5 metres for a triplex; and
(v)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a townhouse. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 90-92 Knox Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 664-77;
(B)On 1363 Queen St. E., former City of Toronto by-law 721-81; and
(C)On 137 Sears St., former City of Toronto by-law 341-91.
(424)Exception R 424
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
[ By-law: 421-2017 ]
(427)Exception R 427
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 61 Pelham Park Gdns., former City of Toronto by-law 22946.
(428)Exception R 428
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 453 Broadview Ave. in 1973, Section 12(1) 60 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 655 Broadview Ave., 10 Hogarth Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 54-67.
(433)Exception R 433
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 323 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 330 Spadina Rd., City of Toronto by-law 470-05.
(434)Exception R 434
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 2A-2C Beatrice St., the even numbered addresses of 982-984 Dundas St. W., City of Toronto by-law 569-00.
(435)Exception R 435
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 2110 Dundas St. E., the odd numbered addresses of 15-17 Edgewood Ave., the even numbered addresses of 112-126 Kingston Rd., City of Toronto by-law 673-2005.
(436)Exception R 436
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 700 Huron St. and 380 MacPherson Ave., City of Toronto by-law 758-2006.
(438)Exception R 438
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 720 Bathurst St., former City of Toronto by-law 818-87.
(439)Exception R 439
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(B)On 75 Dowling Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 107-127 Springhurst Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 82-87.
(440)Exception R 440
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)4.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)4.5 metres for a duplex;
(iv)4.5 metres for a triplex; and
(v)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a townhouse. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 962-968 Eastern Ave., City of Toronto by-law 858-07.
(449)Exception R 449
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)4.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)4.5 metres for a duplex;
(iv)4.5 metres for a triplex; and
(v)4.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a townhouse. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 180 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-23 Brick Crt., the even numbered addresses of 2-24 Brick Crt., 25 Brick Crt., the odd numbered addresses of 41-49 Leslie St., former City of Toronto by-law 448-92.
(451)Exception R 451
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)Required parking spaces for a dwelling unit must be located within a building or structure; [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 210 (ii)]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(D)A private racquet club and office uses are also permitted at 30 and 40 Price St.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 30 Price St., former City of Toronto by-law 816-77.
(453)Exception R 453
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 288 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(456)Exception R 456
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 580 and 582 Church St. in 1979, a building that existed on the lands on May 1, 1979 may be used as an eating establishment; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 105]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 259 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(459)Exception R 459
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A Tong House is a permitted use and for the purposes of this exception, a Tong House is defined as a building operated by a benevolent association or fraternal organization where living accommodation may be provided and where community functions are conducted including, but not limited to, physical, social, charitable and educational activities, not used for a commercial purpose, and the activities are in the basement and/or on the first floor portion thereof; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 116]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 233 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 169 John St., City of Toronto by-law 114-05.
(466)Exception R 466
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 331 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the odd numbered addresses of 135-137 Weston Rd., City of Toronto by-law 886-03.
(471)Exception R 471
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(485)Exception R 485
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 50 Hillsboro Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22405; and
(B)On 94 Belmont St., former City of Toronto by-law 479-75.
(488)Exception R 488
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(491)Exception R 491
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 251 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-law 157-74.
(494)Exception R 494
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 287 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 853 Richmond St. W., City of Toronto by-law 776-07.
(498)Exception R 498
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(501)Exception R 501
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 25 St.Mary St., former City of Toronto by-law 21875.
(504)Exception R 504
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(512)Exception R 512
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 33 Charles St. E., the even numbered addresses of 30-34 Isabella St., City of Toronto by-law 235-04.
(513)Exception R 513
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 100 Maitland St., former City of Toronto by-law 269-69.
(516)Exception R 516
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(517)Exception R 517
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 130 Gerrard St. E., the even numbered addresses of 12-18 Horticultural Ave., 337 Jarvis St., City of Toronto by-law 8-00.
(518)Exception R 518
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 259 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(520)Exception R 520
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres; and
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(521)Exception R 521
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(522)Exception R 522
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 710-714 Spadina Ave., an apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(523)Exception R 523
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is a permitted building type, if:
(i)the floor space index does not exceed 3.5; [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 24]
(ii)the building lot coverage does not exceed 50%;
(iii)the building setback to the side lot lines is no less than 3.0 metres;
(iv)the building setback to the front lot line is no less than 6.0 metres; and
(v)parking for an apartment building must be provided at a minimum rate of 1 parking space for each two dwelling units; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 25]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(526)Exception R 526
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 98 and 100 Dupont St. in 1983, an office is permitted if it is in a building that existed on the lot on May 30, 1983. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 247]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(527)Exception R 527
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 325 St. George St. in 1983, a retail store for the purpose of a variety or smoke shop is permitted, if:
(i)it is located on the first floor of the building; and
(ii)it is in the building that existed on the lands on May 30, 1983. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 248]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(529)Exception R 529
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 123 Spadina Rd., 221-225 St. George St. and 251 St. George St. in 1983, a nursing home, residential care home, retirement home, or seniors community house are permitted if the building or additions to the building comply with the other regulations of this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 250]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(530)Exception R 530
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands a custom workshop, artist's studio, or office, are permitted if they comply with the other regulations of this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 257(a)]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 385 Madison Ave. and 497 Davenport Rd. in 1983, a custom workshop, artist's studio, or office, are permitted if they comply with the other regulations of this By-law; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 257(b)]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(532)Exception R 532
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A production studio is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 275]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands known municipally as 567 Dupont St. in 1992, Section 12(1) 303 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(536)Exception R 536
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-43 Cannes Circle, the even numbered addresses of 2050-2136 St. Clair Ave. W., 2140 St. Clair Ave. W., the even numbered addresses of 2146-2204 St. Clair Ave. W., the odd numbered addresses of 1-155 Tarragona Blvd., the even numbered addresses of 34-154 Tarragona Blvd., the even numbered addresses of 36-158 Viella St., the odd numbered addresses of 39-159 Viella St., City of Toronto by-law 383-99.
(538)Exception R 538
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 707 Eglinton Ave. W. and 717 Eglinton Ave. W. in 1968, an apartment building is a permitted building type; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 316]
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(539)Exception R 539
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 600 Eglinton Ave. W., 660 Eglinton Ave. W., 740 Eglinton Ave. W. and 780 Eglinton Ave. W. in 1968, an apartment building is a permitted building type; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 316]
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(540)Exception R 540
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A dwelling unit is only permitted in a detached house or a duplex; and for a duplex, the minimum side yard setback is 3.0 metres; [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(a)(i)] and [TO:438-86; 6(3) PART II 3. D.] and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 272]
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)10.5 metres for a detached house; and
(ii)15.0 metres for a duplex. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 272 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(542)Exception R 542
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320] [ By-law: 607-2015 Under Appeal ]
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with a detached house is 15.0 metres. [TO:438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix "B"] [ By-law: 607-2015 Under Appeal ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 304 Lonsdale Rd. in 1998, Section 12(1) 446 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(543)Exception R 543
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 765 and 777 Eglinton Ave. W. and 130 Old Forest Hill Rd. in 1968, an apartment building is a permitted building type; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 316]
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(545)Exception R 545
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 130 Ridelle Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 194-75.
(546)Exception R 546
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(B)On the lands, an office of a physician or dentist is permitted, subject to the conditions that:
(i)it is located in the basement or on the first floor of a detached dwelling that such physician or dentist uses as their private residence; and
(ii)the principal entrance is from Bathurst St. [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 274]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(547)Exception R 547
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 327 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(548)Exception R 548
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 70 (i), (iii), and (iv) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 549-2019 ]
(549)Exception R 549
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 348 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(552)Exception R 552
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto by-law 130-92; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 315, 323, 327 & 329 Albany Ave. in 1992, Section 12(1) 367 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(554)Exception R 554
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(5)(h) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 74 Mc Gill St., former City of Toronto by-law 151-78.
(555)Exception R 555
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(558)Exception R 558
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 461 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(559)Exception R 559
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 504 Jarvis St. in 1979, in a building that existed on the lot on June 30, 1979, the following uses are permitted:
(i)eating establishment,
(ii)take-out eating establishment,
(iii)retail store that is a caterer's shop,
(iv)office,
(v)art gallery,
(vi)museum,
(vii)place of assembly,
(viii)private school, and
(ix)club;
[TO: 43886; 12 (1) 65]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(C)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(561)Exception R 561
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Retail store, personal service shop, eating establishment, take-out eating establishment, or art gallery are permitted, if:
(i)the principal entrance to the use is located within 5.0 metres of the lot's front lot line or the required front building setback;
(ii)the principal entrance to the use is located on a building wall that is within an 85 degree angle of the front lot line;
(iii)the level of the floor of the principal entrance is within 0.2 metres of the level of the public sidewalk opposite such entrance; and
(iv)a maximum of 15.0 metres of the building's front wall may be used for club, place of assembly, community centre, or financial institution; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 87]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(563)Exception R 563
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 43 Wellesley St. E. in 1979, a hospital is permitted, if:
(i)the gross floor area of the hospital does not exceed the gross floor area of the building that existed on the lot on March 31, 1979;
(ii)the height of the building does not exceed 30.5 metres;
(iii)the amount of landscaping that existed on the lot on March 31, 1979 is not reduced; and
(iv)the building setbacks are not less than that required for residential buildings in the R zone; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 95]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(570)Exception R 570
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(573)Exception R 573
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A maximum of three attached dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse building; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 142]
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)13.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)9.0 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)13.5 metres for a duplex;
(iv)13.5 metres for a triplex;
(v)30.0 metres for an apartment building; and
(vi)a minimum of 27 metres in total for a townhouse building with 3 dwelling units, of which the minimum lot frontage for the middle dwelling unit is 7.5 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(575)Exception R 575
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands north of Constance St., the minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)12.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)12.0 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)12.0 metres for a duplex; and
(iv)24.0 metres for a fourplex, and if one fourplex is situated on two lots, the minimum lot frontage for each of those lots is 12.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 175 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(1) 231(b) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(576)Exception R 576
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 86 Silver Birch Ave. in 1987, the minimum yard building setback from Queen St. E. is 6.0 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2)185 (i)]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 86 Silver Birch Ave. in 1987, no vehicle may be parked within 6.0 metres of the lot line abutting Queen St. E. [TO: 438-86; 12(2)185 (ii)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 86 Silver Birch Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 423-80.
(591)Exception R 591
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)Required parking spaces for a dwelling unit must be located within a building or structure; [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 210 (ii)]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5); and
(D)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)9.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house; and
(iii)12.0 metres for a duplex. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 38-64 Astley Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 47-79 Astley Ave., 69 Standish Ave., 74 Standish Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 575-79.
(594)Exception R 594
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 217 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 43-49 Edgewood Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 1-17 Fitzgerald Mews, the even numbered addresses of 2-24 Fitzgerald Mews, former City of Toronto by-law 94-0576.
(596)Exception R 596
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 257 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(597)Exception R 597
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 288 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(604)Exception R 604
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is not a permitted building type. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 8]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(605)Exception R 605
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)An apartment building is not a permitted building type. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 8]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 5 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(609)Exception R 609
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands a custom workshop, artist's studio, or office, is permitted; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 257(a)]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(610)Exception R 610
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(B)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(611)Exception R 611
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(B)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 62 Dawes Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 565-91.
(614)Exception R 614
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(C)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(619)Exception R 619
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands a custom workshop, artist's studio, or office, are permitted if they comply with the other regulations of this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 257(a)]
(B)On the lands municipally known as 250 Madison Ave. in 1983, office is permitted if the gross floor area of the office portion of the building does not result in a floor space index that exceeds 1.75; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 264]
(C)On the lands municipally known as 271 Spadina Rd., office is permitted if:
(i)the building does not exceed five storeys;
(ii)the gross floor area of the building does not exceed 3,623 square metres; and
(iii)a minimum of 36 parking spaces are provided on the lot; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 265]
(D)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(620)Exception R 620
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands a custom workshop, artist's studio, or office, is permitted; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 257(a)]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(621)Exception R 621
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5);
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)7.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house; and
(iii)15.0 metres for a duplex; and [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
(D)Despite (A), on the lands municipally known as 25 and 30 Thelma Ave., an apartment building is a permitted residential building type. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 319]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(623)Exception R 623
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(625)Exception R 625
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5);
(B)On the lands, the replacement of any building existing as of February 28, 1977 having a height exceeding the height prescribed by this By-law is permitted, if the height of the new building does not exceed the height of the building being replaced; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 320]
(C)On the lands, an office of a physician or dentist is permitted, subject to the conditions that:
(i)it is located in the basement or on the first floor of a detached dwelling that such physician or dentist uses as their private residence; and
(ii)the principal entrance is from Bathurst St.; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 274]
(D)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)10.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house; and
(iii)15.0 metres for a duplex. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections: (None Apply)
(639)Exception R 639
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4);
(B)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit; and
(C)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 286 George St. and 300 George St., former City of Toronto by-law 487-91.
(640)Exception R 640
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, a parking facility is permitted, if:
(i)it is located on the same lot as a residential building, non-residential building, or a mixed use building; and
(ii)it has no more than 125% of the number of parking spaces required to be provided for the building on the lot; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 80]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4);
(C)The minimum parking rate for a building used for assisted housing is 0.3 parking spaces for each dwelling unit; and
(D)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 66 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(644)Exception R 644
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)The minimum front yard setback is 6.0 metres.
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(660)Exception R 660
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7);
(B)On the lands municipally known as 620 Church St. in 1974, a retail store that is used as a tuck shop and a personal service shop that is used as a dry cleaning depot are permitted on the lot, if:
(i)the interior floor area of the combined uses is no greater than 37.0 square metres;
(ii)the uses are located on the first floor of the north tower of the building that existed on the lot in 1974;
(ii)the pedestrian entrance to the uses are only internal to the building; and
(iii)no portion of the exterior of the building or windows can be used for signage for the uses.[TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 62]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 620 Church St., 66 Isabella St., former City of Toronto by-law 242-68.
(661)Exception R 661
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 500 Sherbourne St. in 1979, a building or structure that existed on the lands on May 1, 1979 may be used as a hospital; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 101]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 500 Sherbourne St., City of Toronto by-law 1072-05.
(665)Exception R 665
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 495 Sherbourne St. in 1979, public parking is permitted, if the use is operated either by or on behalf of the owners of the lands municipally known in 1979 as 331 and 349 Sherbourne St.; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 97]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 260 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(668)Exception R 668
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 338 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On lands municipally known as 80 and part of 100 Turnberry Ave., City of Toronto by-law 153-2005.
(670)Exception R 670
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 451-515 Rosewell Ave., City of Toronto by-law 942-2002.
(671)Exception R 671
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)10.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)10.5 metres for a duplex, and if a duplex is attached to one other duplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone, the minimum lot frontage for each lot is 7.5 metres;
(iv)10.5 metres for a triplex, and if a triplex is attached to one other triplex on an adjacent lot in the same zone, the minimum lot frontage for each lot is 7.5 metres; and
(v)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a townhouse. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 19 Beech Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 50-81, and Section 12(1) 240 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(674)Exception R 674
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)15.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)15.0 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)15.0 metres for a duplex; and
(iv)30.0 metres for a fourplex, and if one fourplex is situated on two lots, the minimum lot frontage for each of those lots is 15.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 175 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(B)Section 12(1) 231(b) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(675)Exception R 675
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)9.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)9.0 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)9.0 metres for a duplex; and
(iv)18.0 metres for a fourplex, and if one fourplex is situated on two lots, the minimum lot frontage for each of those lots is 9.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 175 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)On 387 Parkside Dr., former City of Toronto by-law 767-83; and
(C)Section 12(1) 231(b) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(677)Exception R 677
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 3-15 Rowntree Ave., the even numbered addresses of 2-22 Rowntree Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 572-79.
(678)Exception R 678
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5);
(C)Despite (B), a maximum of three dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (a)]
(D)Despite (B) and (C), the use of a lot for dwelling units in a townhouse, triplex, fourplex or apartment building is permitted if the lot was used for such purpose on March 13, 1978; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d)(i)]
(E)Despite (B) and (C) the use of a lot for dwelling units in a townhouse, triplex, fourplex or apartment building built after March 13, 1978 is permitted if the same building type existed on the lot on March 13, 1978; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d)(ii)]
(F)A detached house may be converted to contain two or more secondary suites in compliance with Section 150.10 if the building has a minimum interior floor area of 140 square metres. [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (c)] [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(679)Exception R 679
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A dwelling unit is only permitted in a detached house or a duplex; and for a duplex, the minimum side yard setback is 3.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(a)(i)] and [TO:438-86; 6(3) PART II 3. D.] and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 213]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 213 of former City of Toronto of By-law 438-86.
(680)Exception R 680
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(C)On the even numbered addresses of 1750-1752 Bayview Ave., 595 Eglinton Ave. E., former City of Toronto by-law 96-0145; and
(D)On the lands municipally known as 601 Eglinton Ave. E. in 1988, Section 12(2) 45 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(681)Exception R 681
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 1-1C Bracondale Hill Rd., the even numbered addresses of 1000-1048 Davenport Rd., 2 Turner Rd., Section 12(2) 241 former City of Toronto of By-law 438-86.
(682)Exception R 682
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(683)Exception R 683
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 494-496 Kingston Rd., City of Toronto by-law 963-01;
(B)On 520 Kingston Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 266-89; and
(C)On the even numbered addresses of 530-550 Kingston Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 402-85.
(684)Exception R 684
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, an office for a physician, dentist, osteopath or chiropractor in a portion of an apartment building is not a permitted, unless the building or structure fronts on and gains its principal entrance from St. Clair Ave. W.;
(B)On the lands, a place of worship, religious education use, religious residence, community centre, hospital, retirement home, nursing home, library, museum, or art gallery in not a permitted use, unless the building or structure fronts on and gains its principal entrance from St. Clair Ave. W.; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 10]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 2 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 262 St. Clair Ave. W., City of Toronto by-law 831-02.
(685)Exception R 685
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, an office for a physician, dentist, osteopath or chiropractor in a portion of an apartment building is not a permitted, unless the building or structure fronts on and gains its principal entrance from St. Clair Ave. W.;
(B)On the lands, a place of worship, religious education use, religious residence, community centre, hospital, retirement home, nursing home, library, museum, or art gallery in not a permitted use, unless the building or structure fronts on and gains its principal entrance from St. Clair Ave. W.; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 10]
(C)On the lands, the minimum lot area is 900 square metres; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 59]
(D)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 2 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(1) 26 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)Section 12(1) 45 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(686)Exception R 686
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 110 Davenport Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 86-86.
(687)Exception R 687
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 80 Winchester St., former City of Toronto by-law 88-78.
(688)Exception R 688
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, a semi-detached house is the only building type permitted; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 170]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 10-56 Coatsworth Cres., the odd numbered addresses of 77-123 Hanson St., former City of Toronto by-law 656-86.
(689)Exception R 689
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with a detached house is 9.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(690)Exception R 690
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with a detached house is 9.0 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On the even numbered addresses of 1746-1748 Bayview Ave., City of Toronto by-law 96-0145.
(692)Exception R 692
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 116 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(1) 233 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 22 McCaul St., former City of Toronto by-law 649-87.
(693)Exception R 693
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.
Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the permitted maximum gross floor area of a residential building or structure may not exceed a floor space index of 1.5, unless 25% of the dwelling units on the lot are assisted housing units, in which case the maximum gross floor area may exceed the floor space index of 1.5; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 92]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 116 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(1) 233 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 801-2020 ]
(695)Exception R 695
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 186 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(1) 187 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 36 Colgate Ave., 42 Colgate Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 291-353 Logan Ave., 103 Natalie Pl., the odd numbered addresses of 23-101 Natalie Pl., 102 Natalie Pl., the even numbered addresses of 4-90 Natalie Pl., City of Toronto by-law 603-99.
(697)Exception R 697
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 23 Alvin Ave. in 1985, an office is permitted, if:
(i)it is located in the basement or first floor of the residential building that existed on the lot in 1985;
(ii)parking is provided on the lot at a ratio of 1 parking space per dwelling unit and 1 parking space for every 93.0 square metres of office use; and
(iii)any alteration to the front of the residential building does not alter its appearance as a semi-detached house; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 201]
(B)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(701)Exception R 701
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 322 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as the odd numbered addresses of 23 to 29 Webster Ave. in 1997, Section 12(1) 437 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(702)Exception R 702
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4); and
(B)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 76-86 Asquith Ave., the even numbered addresses of 90-96 Asquith Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 669-80; and
(B)On 88 Asquith Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 669-80 and 779-83.
(703)Exception R 703
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 322 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 31 Webster Ave. in 1997, Section 12(1) 437 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(704)Exception R 704
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 287 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)On 60 Stanley Ter., former City of Toronto by-law 480-91; and
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 71-99 Stafford St., and the even numbered addresses of 70-98 Stanley Ter., former City of Toronto by-laws 252-74, 399-74, 301-75 and 453-75.
(705)Exception R 705
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 287 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Former City of Toronto by-law 97-0521; and
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 891-901 Adelaide St. W., 24 Shaw St., former City of Toronto by-law 694-86.
(706)Exception R 706
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 208 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 17 Isabella St., former City of Toronto by-law 472-82.
(707)Exception R 707
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 25 Bleecker St., former City of Toronto by-law 514-93.
(708)Exception R 708
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)On 40 Homewood Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 51-69; and
(C)On 60 Homewood Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 522-83.
(709)Exception R 709
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 190 Lowther Ave. in 1983, a nursing home, residential care home, retirement home, or seniors community house are permitted if the building or additions to the building comply with the other regulations of this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 250]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(710)Exception R 710
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A nursing home is permitted, if:
(i)the building does not exceed 2 storeys;
(ii)the maximum lot coverage does not exceed 35%;
(iii)the minimum building setback to a side lot line is 7.5 metres; and
(iv)the minimum building setback to a rear lot line is 12.0 metres; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 33]
(B)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 63 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(711)Exception R 711
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 81 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the even numbered addresses of 10-30 Roden Pl., former City of Toronto by-law 632-82.
(712)Exception R 712
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 252 McCaul St. in 1978, an art gallery, library, museum, public school, post-secondary school, medical office, post office, education use, hospital, religious education use, or a place of assembly that is a union hall are permitted, if the gross floor area of the building does not exceed the gross floor area of the building that existed on the lot on June 30, 1978; [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 84]
(B)A Tong House is a permitted use and for the purposes of this exception, a Tong House is defined as a building operated by a benevolent association or fraternal organization where living accommodation may be provided and where community functions are conducted including, but not limited to, physical, social, charitable and educational activities, not used for a commercial purpose, and the activities are in the basement and/or on the first floor portion thereof; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 116]
(C)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 233 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(713)Exception R 713
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 2 and 4 Wellesley Pl. in 1979, a building or structure that existed on the lot on May 1, 1979 may be used as a hospital; and [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 96]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 434 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 2R Wellesley Pl., 6 Wellesley Pl., City of Toronto by-law 902-02.
(714)Exception R 714
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 251 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 10 Admiral Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 505-92.
(715)Exception R 715
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)A maximum of three attached dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse building; and [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 142]
(B)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)13.5 metres for a detached house;
(ii)9.0 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house;
(iii)13.5 metres for a duplex;
(iv)13.5 metres for a triplex;
(v)30.0 metres for an apartment building; and
(vi)a minimum of 27 metres in total for a townhouse building with 3 dwelling units, of which the minimum lot frontage for the middle dwelling unit is 7.5 metres. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(716)Exception R 716
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands, the minimum rear yard setback of the building is 12.0 metres; and
(B)A minimum of 7.5 metres of the rear yard, as measured from the rear lot line, must be used for soft landscaping. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 16]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(717)Exception R 717
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86
(718)Exception R 718
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On the lands municipally known as 86 Woodlawn Ave. E. in 1990, Section 12:(2) 279 former City of Toronto of By-law 438-86.
(719)Exception R 719
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 263 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(720)Exception R 720
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands on the north side of Walker Ave., the minimum rear yard setback is 12 metres and, the rear yard for a depth of 7.5 metres from the rear lot line, must be for landscaping. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 21]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(721)Exception R 721
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 32 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(722)Exception R 722
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law. [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)Despite regulation 10.10.80.40(1), a vehicle entrance through the front main wall of a residential building, other than an ancillary building, is not permitted; and [ By-law: 1426-2017 ]
(C)Despite regulations 10.5.40.50(2), a platform without main walls, such as a deck or balcony, attached to or within 0.3 metres of the rear main wall of a residential building and at a height greater than 1.2 metres above established grade, must comply with the following:
(i)the maximum area of the platform is 4.0 square metres; and
(ii)the minimum side yard setback of the platform is 1.8 metres. [ By-law: 1426-2017 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 63 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;

(B)Section 12(2) 269 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(C)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(D)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(E)On 9 Hillsdale Ave. E., former City of Toronto By-law 809-84 and City of Toronto By-law 607-1998.
[ By-law: 1675-2013 ]
(723)Exception R 723
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(C)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 111 Redpath Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 714-81.
(724)Exception R 724
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7); and
(C)An office is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 6(1)(f)(b)(iv)]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(725)Exception R 725
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The maximum building length is 14.0 metres; [TO: 438-86; 12(2) 112]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5);
(C)Despite (B), a maximum of three dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (a)]
(D)Despite (B) and (C), the use of a lot for dwelling units in a triplex, fourplex or apartment building is permitted if the lot was used for such purpose on October 11, 1977; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d) (i)]
(E)Despite (B) and (C) the use of a lot for dwelling units in a triplex, fourplex or apartment building built after October 11, 1977 is permitted if the same building type existed on the lot on October 11, 1977; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d) (ii)]
(F)A detached house may be converted to contain two or more secondary suites in compliance with Section 150.10 if the building has a minimum interior floor area of 140 square metres. [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (c)] [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(726)Exception R 726
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5); and
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)9.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house; and
(iii)9.0 metres for a duplex. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']

Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 326 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(727)Exception R 727
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5);
(C)Despite (B), a maximum of three dwelling units are permitted in a townhouse; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (a)]
(D)Despite (B) and (C), the use of a lot for dwelling units in a townhouse, triplex, fourplex or apartment building is permitted if the lot was used for such purpose on March 13, 1978; [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d) (i)]
(E)Despite (B) and (C) the use of a lot for dwelling units in a townhouse, triplex, fourplex or apartment building built after March 13, 1978 is permitted if the same building type existed on the lot on March 13, 1978; and [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (d) (ii)]
(F)A detached house may be converted to contain two or more secondary suites in compliance with Section 150.10 if the building has a minimum interior floor area of 140 square metres. [TO: 438-86; 12(1)68 (c)] [ By-law: 1774-2019 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 65 Sheldrake Blvd., City of Toronto by-law 856-01.
(728)Exception R 728
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)Any addition or extension above the first storey of a lawfully existing detached house must comply with the minimum building setbacks required by this By-law; [TO: 438-86; 12 (2) 193]
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(5); and
(C)The minimum lot frontage for a lot with one of the following residential building types is:
(i)9.0 metres for a detached house;
(ii)7.5 metres for each dwelling unit in a semi-detached house; and
(iii)9.0 metres for a duplex. [TO: 438-86; 6(3), Part VII, 1.(i) and Appendix 'B']
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(729)Exception R 729
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 18 of By-law 438-86;
(B)On 382 Dovercourt Rd., the odd numbered addresses of 5-7 Heydon Park Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 97-0556;
(C)On 263 Gladstone Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 668-83 and 706-86;
(D)On 277 Gladstone Ave., 41 Rusholme Park Cres., former City of Toronto by-law 706-86;
(E)On 46 Lakeview Ave., City of Toronto by-law 311-00; and
(F)On 422 Ossington Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 97-0375.
(730)Exception R 730
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 1615 Dufferin St. in 1992, office and retail store are permitted. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 295]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 49 Auburn Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 285-75;
(B)On the odd numbered addresses of 1-65 Hendrick Ave., the even numbered addresses of 30-74 Hendrick Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 340-79;
(C)Between the even numbered addresses of 14-120 Peterborough Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 15-107 Peterborough Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 222-79; and
(D)On or between the even numbered addresses of 200-202 Rushton Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 446-78.
(731)Exception R 731
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 861 Avenue Rd. in 1992, a vehicle fuel station is permitted. [TO: 438-86; 12 (1) 298]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On the lands municipally known as 866 Avenue Rd. in 1999, Section 12(1) 443 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(732)Exception R 732
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 329 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 6 Connolly St., City of Toronto by-law 709-00.
(733)Exception R 733
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 90 The Queensway in 1993, Section 12(1) 330 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)On 21 Windermere Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 362-70 and 19-71.
(734)Exception R 734
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 93 The Queensway, 110 The Queensway, 15 Windermere Ave., 6 Windermere Ave., City of Toronto by-law 708-01;
(B)On 1 Ripley Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 382-88;
(C)On or between the even numbered addresses of 20-24 Southport St., former City of Toronto by-law 193-85; and
(D)On the lands municipally known as 3 Windermere Ave. in 1994, Section 12(2) 300 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(735)Exception R 735
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On 455 Dovercourt Road a mixed use building or structure that complies with the following is permitted:
(I)None of the provisions of 10.5, and 10.10, and 200.5.10.1(1), 200.5.1.10(2) and 220.5.10.1(5), and 230.5.1.10(2), (4), (5), (6), and (7), and 230.5.10.1(1) of City of Toronto By-law No. 569-2013, as amended, shall apply to prevent the erection and use of a building on the lot that contains dwelling units, non-residential gross floor area, and the erection and use of an ancillary parking garage with stacked parking space on the lot, if (B) to (P) are complied with.
(B)In addition to the uses permitted within the R Zone an office that is not a medical office and software development and processing are also permitted uses on the lot.
(C)The lot is comprised of those lands shown outlined by heavy lines on Diagram 1 of By-law No. 687-2014.
(D)No portion of any building or structure, including the ancillary parking garage, to be erected or used on the lot shall extend beyond the lines delineated by the heavy lines on Diagram 2 of By-law No. 687-2014.
(E)Despite subsection (D) herein, eaves, cornices, lighting fixtures, window sills, landscape planters, awnings, canopies and other minor architectural projections is permitted to project no more than 0.45 metres from a building or structure on the lot. The entrance canopy is permitted to project no more than what is shown on Diagram 2 of By-law No. 687-2014.
(F)The height of any building or structure on the lot must not exceed the maximum height permitted as indicated by the letter "H" as shown on Diagram 2 of By-law No. 687-2014, measured from the Canadian Geodetic Datum elevation of 106.18 metres.
(G)Despite (F), a parapet wall, fence, safety railing, mechanical equipment, stair, terrace, trellis or privacy screen must be setback from the front and rear walls of the building by 1.8 metres and must not project more than 1.8 metres beyond the height of the roof of the building measured at 17.5 metres as indicated on Diagram 2 of By-law No. 687-2014. Landscape planters may be permitted within 0.5 metres of the rear wall and may project a maximum of 1 metre above the roof of the building, measured at 17.5 metres as indicated on Diagram 2 of By-law No. 687-2014.
(H)The total gross floor area of the building must not exceed a maximum of 2,824 square metres and must not exceed:
(I)1,344 square metres for the residential uses dwelling units in the building; and
(ii)1,480 square metres for the non-residential use.
(I)The ancillary parking garage must be located within the heavy lines identified as the double car structure on Diagram 2 and the area of the ancillary parking garage must not exceed a gross floor area of 150 square metres.
(J)The maximum permitted number of dwelling units is twelve (12), comprised of ten (10) two bedroom dwelling units and two (2) three bedroom dwelling units.
(K)A minimum of 190 square metres of soft landscaping shall be provided on the lot.
(L)A total of 25 parking spaces must be provided for the development in accordance with the following:

(I)A minimum of 12 parking spaces must be provided on the lot for the 12 dwelling units;
(ii)A minimum of 13 parking spaces must be provided for the 1,480 square metres of non-residential use on the lot, of which:
(a)A maximum of 4 of the required non-residential parking spaces must be provided through a long-term lease on a parking lot within 300 metres of the lot; and
(b)A minimum of 2 of the required non-residential parking spaces on the lot must be shared residential visitor parking spaces, with each of the designated shared visitor/non-residential parking spaces having signage to identify them as shared parking spaces available to visitors of the residential use.
(M)Despite 200.5.1.10(2), the minimum dimensions for a of the stacked parking space in the ancillary parking garage is 2.6 metres wide by 5.2 metres long and a height of 1.5 metres, except that the platform of such parking space may have dimensions of not less than 2.5 metres by 5.0 metres.
(N)Despite 200.5.1.10(2)(A)(iv), (B)(iv),(C)(iv) and (D), an additional 0.3 metre widening for one or more obstructions is not required.
(O)A minimum of 20 bicycle parking spaces shall be provided and maintained on the lot, of which:
(I)A total of 12 will be bicycle parking spaces provided for the exclusive use of the residents of the building and located in a secure room or area;
(ii)A total of 6 will be bicycle parking spaces provided for the exclusive use of visitors of the residential use of the building;
(iii)A total of 2 will be bicycle parking spaces provided for the exclusive use of the visitors of the non-residential use of the building;
(iv)Notwithstanding Article 230.5.10.1 of By-law No. 569-2013, 100 per cent of the resident bicycle parking spaces may be provided in a manner that requires a person to park the bicycle in a vertical position; and
(v) Bicycle parking spaces that are to be parked in a vertical position, may have horizontal dimensions of at least 0.375 metres by 0.800 metres and a vertical dimension of at least 2.0 metres.
(P)Except as otherwise provided herein, the provisions of By-law No. 569-2013, as amended, shall continue to apply to the lot. [ By-law: 0687-2014 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 68 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)On 72 Clinton St., former City of Toronto by-law 200-85;
(C)On 130 Clinton St., former City of Toronto by-law 266-71;
(D)On 146-146E Clinton St., 146F-146G Clinton St., 146H-146L Clinton St., former City of Toronto by-law 190-89;
(E)On or between the even numbered addresses of 318-318R Clinton St., City of Toronto by-law 610-00;
(F)On 322 Clinton St., former City of Toronto by-law 97-0159;
(G)On 419 Crawford St., former City of Toronto by-law 300-80;
(H)On 701 Dovercourt Rd., City of Toronto by-law 1276-07;
(I)On 730 Dovercourt Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 22461;
(J)On 488 Euclid Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 152-91;
(K)On or between the even numbered addresses of 420-492 Gladstone Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 62-67 and 190-69;
(L)On 480 and 482 Markham St., former City of Toronto by-law 304-80;
(M)On the even numbered addresses of 10-24 Nancy Pocock Pl., former City of Toronto by-law 97-0159;
(N)On the odd numbered addresses of 11-23 Nancy Pocock Pl., City of Toronto by-law 610-00;
(O)On 34 Page St., former City of Toronto by-law 298-80;
(P)On 323 Palmerston Blvd., City of Toronto by-law 262-00;
(Q)On 543 Palmerston Blvd., former City of Toronto by-laws 419-83, 224-84, and 225-84;
(R)On 391 and 393 Roxton Rd., City of Toronto by-law 219-02; and
(S)On 721 Shaw St., former City of Toronto by-law 115-75.
(736)Exception R 736
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 50 Bain Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 372-78;
(B)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 71-117 Blake St., City of Toronto by-law 136-78;
(C)On 10 Boultbee Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22936;
(D)On 66 Boultbee Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 370-77, 458-83 and 742-83;
(E)On 655 Broadview Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 54-67;
(F)On 60 Cavell Ave., 97 Cavell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 299-75;
(G)On 39 Harcourt Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 356-75;
(H)On 148 Hazelwood Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 94-0737;
(I)On 10 Hogarth Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 54-67;
(J)On 885 Logan Ave., City of Toronto by-law 686-01;
(K)On 24 Mountjoy Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 226-69;
(L)On 369 Pape Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 414-78; 555-78;
(M)On 660 Pape Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 356-75;
(N)On 662 Pape Ave., City of Toronto by-law 533-01;
(O)On 720 Rhodes Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22876;
(P)On 355 Riverdale Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 154-80;
(Q)On or between the even numbered addresses of 100-110 Unity Rd., former City of Toronto by-laws 118-82; 474-82, 595-82, 80-84 and 229-84; and
(R)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 887-903 Woodbine Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 273-93.
(737)Exception R 737
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.


Site Specific Provisions:
(A)On the lands municipally known as 64 Glenlake Ave. in 1980, two dwelling units in a residential building are permitted. [TO: 438-86; 12(1) 235]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 168 Annette St., City of Toronto by-law 423-03;
(B)On 19 Dorval Rd., 20 Dorval Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 578-88;
(C)On the odd numbered addresses of 2549B-2551B Dundas St. W., City of Toronto by-law 251-00;
(D)On the odd numbered addresses of 53-59 EDNA AVE, former City of Toronto by-law 578-88;
(E)On 152 Evelyn Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 94-0189;
(F)On 216 Glendonwynne Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 447-76;
(G)On 64 Glenlake Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 816-80;
(H)On 299 Glenlake Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 188-71;
(I)On 21 High Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 22318, 171-67 and 188-71;
(J)On or between the even numbered addresses of 40-50 High Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22621;
(K)On 65 High Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 22318, 22754, 171-67 and 188-71;
(L)On 100 High Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22877;
(M)On 260 High Park Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 23-75;
(N)On 36 Mountview Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 302-80;
(O)On 60 Mountview Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 21986, 22215, and 22308;
(P)On 22 Oakmount Rd., former City of Toronto by-laws 22318, 171-67 and 188-71;
(Q)On the lands municipally known as 48 Pine Crest Rd. in 1983, Section 12(2) 155 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(R)On 48 Pine Crest Rd., former City of Toronto by-laws 770-83 and 605-85;
(S)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 61-77 Quebec Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 22621;
(T)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 223-225 Quebec Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 332-76; and
(U)On 260 Willard Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 405-75.
(738)Exception R 738
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 41-57 Brandon Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 131-84;
(B)On the even numbered addresses of 46-52A Primrose Ave., the even numbered addresses of 54-76 Primrose Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 673-84; and
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 911-917 St. Clarens Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 122-72.
(739)Exception R 739
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 144 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86, as amended by By-law 1996-0067 and OMB File. R960113, March 5, 1997;
(B)On 1087 Davenport Rd., 1246 Shaw St., former City of Toronto by-law 147-85;
(C)On 1281 Davenport Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 570-77; and
(D)On or between the even numbered addresses of 512-616 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 517-525 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 527-537 Delaware Ave. N., 539 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 541-545 Delaware Ave. N., the odd numbered addresses of 547-605 Delaware Ave. N., former City of Toronto by-law 221-79.
(740)Exception R 740
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 1359 Dupont St., City of Toronto by-law 920-2006;
(B)On 1011 Lansdowne Ave., 730 St. Clarens Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 354-86;
(C)On 376 Margueretta St., former City of Toronto by-law 450-76;
(D)On 39 Pauline Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 202-81; and
(E)On 100 Pauline Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 417-77.
(741)Exception R 741
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 419-425 Coxwell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 384-91;
(B)On 426 Coxwell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 248-83; and
(C)On or between the even numbered addresses of 12-22 Darrell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 231-80.
(742)Exception R 742
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 21 Ascot Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 418-77;
(B)On 126 Boon Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 277-84; and
(C)On 1710 Dufferin St. former City of Toronto by-laws 363-67 and 32-69.
(743)Exception R 743
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 388-398 Clinton St., City of Toronto by-laws 733-01 and 580-02; and
(B)On 560 Palmerston Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 181-69.
(744)Exception R 744
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 16-20 Cambridge Ave., 18 Doncrest Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 539-81; and
(B)On 33 Eastmount Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 22753 and 22833.
(745)Exception R 745
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Former City of Toronto By-law 880-79;
(C)On the lands municipally known as 8-10 Alcorn Ave. in 1988, Section 12 (2) 266(d) of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(D)On the even numbered addresses of 22-98A Alcorn Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 63-71 Walker Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 565-80;
(E)On the lands municipally known as 46, 54, 60, 62, and 82 Birch Ave. in 1982, Section 12(1) 180 of By-law 438-86; and [ By-law: 106-2020 ]
(F)On the lands municipally known as 7 Gange Ave. in 1999, Section 12(1) 448 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86. [ By-law: 106-2020 ]
(747)Exception R 747
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 21 Swanwick Ave., City of Toronto by-law 827-08.
(748)Exception R 748
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 1-21 Mulock Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 96-0362.
(749)Exception R 749
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 781-789 Ossington Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 820-78 and former City of Toronto by-law 523-79.
(750)Exception R 750
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 117 Duvernet Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 152-74;
(B)On 106 Eastwood Rd., the odd numbered addresses of 129-143 Edgewood Ave., the even numbered addresses of 130-140 Edgewood Ave., City of Toronto by-law 738-01;
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 193-261 Eastwood Rd., the even numbered addresses of 224-246 Eastwood Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 267-76;
(D)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 1-39 Heyworth Cres., the even numbered addresses of 2-28 Heyworth Cres., 43 Heyworth Cres., former City of Toronto by-law 441-80;
(E)On 520 Kingston Rd., former City of Toronto by-laws 899-88 and 266-89; and
(F)On 11 Newbold Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 625-76.
(751)Exception R 751
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 2 Antler St., former City of Toronto by-law 474-77;
(B)On 53 Campbell Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 182-84; and
(C)On 5 Ernest Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 500-81.
(752)Exception R 752
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 41-49 Curzon St., former City of Toronto by-law 569-77;
(B)On the even numbered addresses of 60-70 Curzon St., 97 Jones Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 94-0261 and 95-0627;
(C)On 67 Curzon St., the even numbered addresses of 162-172 Leslie St., former City of Toronto by-law 416-77;
(D)On 90 Curzon St., the even numbered addresses of 98J-98M Curzon St., former City of Toronto by-law 582-89;
(E)On the even numbered addresses of 98A-98H Curzon St., former City of Toronto by-law 485-86;
(F)On 112 Curzon St., 1467 Dundas St. E., former City of Toronto by-law 143-71; and
(G)On 7 Jones Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 263-84.
(753)Exception R 753
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 2-120 Lambertlodge Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 61-153 Lambertlodge Ave., the even numbered addresses of 332-384 Melita Ave., 367 Melita Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 401-605 Melita Cres., the even numbered addresses of 402-600 Melita Cres., the odd numbered addresses of 19-101 Wychcrest Ave., the even numbered addresses of 62-108 Wychcrest Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 233-78, 105-78, 106-78, 484-79, and 169-81.
(755)Exception R 755
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(756)Exception R 756
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
(B)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(4). [ By-law: OMB PL130592 ]
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 437 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-law 450-90;
(B)On 439 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-law 183-84; and
(C)On 467 Sherbourne St., former City of Toronto by-law 21512.
(757)Exception R 757
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto By-law 880-79;
(B)Former City of Toronto by-law 96-0279; and
(C)City of Toronto by-law 805-99.
(758)Exception R 758
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 66 Roncesvalles Ave., City of Toronto by-law 866-00.
(759)Exception R 759
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(1) 2 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(C)Section 12(2) 263 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(D)Section 12(2) 267 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(E)On 15 Delisle Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 182-72 and 765-85;
(F)On 33 Delisle Ave., the even numbered addresses of 48-50 St. Clair Ave. W., former City of Toronto by-law 541-93;
(G)On 55 Delisle Ave., City of Toronto by-law 184-99;
(H)On the lands municipally known as 70 Delisle Ave., Section 12 (2) 18 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(I)On 70 Delisle Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 419-67; and
(J)On 112 St. Clair Ave. W., former City of Toronto by-law 379-67.
(760)Exception R 760
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(761)Exception R 761
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 1214 Avenue Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 95-0556.
(762)Exception R 762
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(763)Exception R 763
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 1541 Davenport Rd., former City of Toronto by-law 368-77.
(764)Exception R 764
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions:
(A)The lands must comply with exception 900.2.10(7).
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the odd numbered addresses of 441-471 Jarvis St., 77 Maitland Pl., former City of Toronto by-law 804-80.
(765)Exception R 765
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto By-law 880-79;
(B)Former City of Toronto by-law 96-0279; and
(C)City of Toronto by-law 805-99.
(766)Exception R 766
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 436 Perth Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 808-78.
(767)Exception R 767
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 500 Duplex Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 184-69 and 143-72.
(768)Exception R 768
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 40 Orchard View Blvd., former City of Toronto by-laws 191-73, 391-81, 144-82, 145-82, and 267-82.
(769)Exception R 769
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Former City of Toronto by-law 704-79;
(B)Former City of Toronto by-law 844-79;
(C)Former City of Toronto by-law 535-80; and
(D)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 451-475 Greenwood Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 1-43 Lount St., the even numbered addresses of 2-48 Lount St., the odd numbered addresses of 1-23 Quarry Crt., the even numbered addresses of 2-24 Quarry Crt., the odd numbered addresses of 1-35 Sandstone Lane, the even numbered addresses of 2-40 Sandstone Lane, the even numbered addresses of 2-120 Torbrick Rd., the odd numbered addresses of 1-49 Unity Rd., the even numbered addresses of 2-48 Unity Rd., the odd numbered addresses of 1-27 Valifor Pl., the even numbered addresses of 2-32 Valifor Pl., former City of Toronto by-law 162-84.
(770)Exception R 770
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On the even numbered addresses of 100-102 Rankin Cres., the even numbered addresses of 104-150 Rankin Cres., the even numbered addresses of 152-154 Rankin Cres., former City of Toronto by-laws 43-90, 44-90, 45-90 and 182-90, 94-0428; and
(B)On the odd numbered addresses of 159-225 Rankin Cres., the even numbered addresses of 158-212 Rankin Cres., the odd numbered addresses of 275-277 Wallace Ave., City of Toronto by-law 46-00.
(771)Exception R 771
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 28 Bellefair Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 187-74; and
(B)On 97 Lee Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 306-79 and 560-79.
(772)Exception R 772
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(C)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 29-71 Berwick Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 204-80; and
(D)On the odd numbered addresses of 57-59 Hillsdale Ave. W., former City of Toronto by-law 392-78.
(773)Exception R 773
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 103 West Lodge Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 22037 and 51-79.
(774)Exception R 774
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 118 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86;
(B)Section 12(2) 119 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86; and
(C)On 30 Edith Dr., former City of Toronto by-law 22322.
(776)Exception R 776
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On 35 Ormskirk Ave., former City of Toronto by-laws 464-67, 76-69, and 52-70; and
(B)On the odd numbered addresses of 45-65 Southport St., 60 Southport St., former City of Toronto by-laws 464-67, 76-69, and 52-70.
(777)Exception R 777
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the odd numbered addresses of 289-289G Bartlett Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 278-87.
(778)Exception R 778
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)On or between the even numbered addresses of 2-22 Boler St., the even numbered addresses of 10-20 Shipman St., the odd numbered addresses of 11-21 Shipman St., former City of Toronto by-laws 283-69 and 317-70; and
(B)On the odd numbered addresses of 147-155 Vine Ave., 157 Vine Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 159-161 Vine Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 163-171 Vine Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 175-177 Vine Ave., the odd numbered addresses of 179-201 Vine Ave., former City of Toronto by-law 347-77.
(780)Exception R 780
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections.

Site Specific Provisions: (None Apply)
Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing Sections:
(A)Section 12(2) 262 of former City of Toronto By-law 438-86.
(781)Exception R 781
The lands, or a portion thereof as noted below, are subject to the following Site Specific Provisions, Prevailing By-laws and Prevailing