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292 Dundas West 
292 Dundas St W, Toronto
Developer: Tribute Communities

292 Dundas West | 127m | 38s | Tribute Communities | Graziani + Corazza

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  1. urbandreamer

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    This future development includes the Orange Alert Coffee, St Patrick's parish hall at 131 McCaul and Hagen Hair & Barber at 292 Dundas Street West.

    The College 2.0?
     
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    According to the heritage register, the Parish Hall is a listed heritage building.
     
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    Well this sounds terrifying.
     
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    292 DUNDAS ST W
    Ward 20 - Tor & E.York District

    application to facilitate the redevelopment of the site with a 38-storey (127.3 metres including 6.0 metre mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with a two storey street-related base building: 382 dwelling units, total combined gross floor area of approximately 25,413 square metres, including 200 square metres of at-grade retail uses, 930 square metres of church-related community and office uses, and a 605 square metre daycare facility.
    Proposed Use --- # of Storeys --- # of Units ---
    Applications:
    Type Number Date Submitted Status
    Site Plan Approval 17 225862 STE 20 SA Aug 31, 2017 Under Review
    Rezoning 17 225847 STE 20 OZ Aug 31, 2017 Under Review
     
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    upload_2017-9-5_9-59-19. upload_2017-9-5_10-1-23.

    Development includes:
    • 129 Mc Caul St
    • 131 Mc Caul St
    • 170 St Patrick St
     
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    Architect is Graziani + Corazza:
    upload_2017-9-7_16-48-19.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-48-35.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-49-16.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-49-35.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-50-1.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-50-28.

    upload_2017-9-7_16-50-42.
     
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    that parking garage entrance is a complete disaster and unbelievable waste of space. One of the worst site plans I have seen in a while. Also, what is with that mail room? Access off the vestibule?

    296 dundas.PNG
     
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    Boy. That is next level garbage. With the coming TO Core / OPA 352, I'm surprised they're going this aggressive with the lack of setback on the north side.
     
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    given it is clearly in partnership with the church, I presume there is a limiting distance agreement involved.

    The city probably isn't going to enjoy the strata park either. Or the inset retail hidden behind columns. Or, well, just about anything.
     
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    oh boy
     
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    This is the first time I've seen a space for "Inbound Queuing" noted on a plan regarding the parking. At 90 spaces underground, I assume that this is the largest garage here that uses parking elevators, and maybe that "wasted space" is there because of the demand anticipated for the elevators. It would be a ramp otherwise. I'd love to see other concepts for the ground floor.

    If the garage went another level or two deeper, the bit under the park could be removed, in which case no strata issues re: the park.

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    I believe Massey has more than that - admittedly above grade
     
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    It's got a long off-street entry area which this one doesn't.

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