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Opus and Omega on the Park Condos at Concord Park Place 
20 Provost Dr, North York
Developer: Concord Adex

Opus and Omega on the Park Condos at Concord Park Place | ?m | 36s | Concord Adex | P + S / IBI

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  1. Automation Gallery

    Automation Gallery Senior Member

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    Another phase.....Phase-5 on Block-14

    CONDOMINIUM BUILDINGS
    Proj: 9079828-9
    North York, Metro Toronto Reg ON
    CONTEMPLATED

    Concord Park Place Phase five, Sheppard Ave, Esther Schriver Blvd, M2J 0A1
    $65,000,000 est
    Start: July, 2012 Complete: December, 2013

    Note:
    This project is preliminary. Owner expects to secure an architect summer, 2011. Schedules for design, tender and construction are undetermined pending completion of prior phases on the site, report numbers 9079827 and 9126611. Further update summer 2011.

    Project:
    concrete foundation, structural steel frame, fuel fired heating system, proposed construction of two 28 storey condominium apartment buildings on block Fourteen. The buildings will be linked by a podium at grade level.

    Scope:
    700,000 square feet; 28 storeys; 2 structures

    Development:
    New
    Category:
    Apartment bldgs; Retail, wholesale services

    http://dcnonl.com/cgi-bin/top10.pl?r...region=ontario
     
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  2. wang888

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    PURPOSE OF THE APPLICATION:
    This is an application to permit the construction of a a thirty-three storey (including two storeys of mechanical
    penthouse) mixed use (residential and commercial) building on the above noted site (Parts 3 and 17 on the draft
    reference plan and Block 18 (formerly Block 14) on the draft plan of subdivision). The lands are presently
    vacant.
    REQUESTED VARIANCE(S) TO THE ZONING BY-LAW:
    By-law 1094-2002
    1. The said boundary is proposed to be altered to include Part 17 on the draft reference plan within the
    lands zoned RM6(126)
    WHEREAS the eastern boundary of the lands zoned RM6(126) is as shown on Schedule "1" to By-law
    1094-2002;
    2. An apartment house dwelling and a bank, business office, custom workshop, financial institution, dry
    cleaning and laundry collecting establishment, outdoor cafe, pet services, personal service shop,
    professional office, restaurant and retail store are proposed as principal uses on the lot
    WHEREAS an apartment house dwelling and day nursery, personal service shop and dry cleaning and
    laundry collecting establishment accessory to an apartment house dwelling are permitted;
    3. Front yard setback of 0m
    WHEREAS a minimum setback of 3m is required;
    4. North side yard setback of 0.6m
    WHEREAS a minimum setback of 4.5m is required;
    5. South side yard setback of 0m
    WHEREAS a minimum setback of 4.5m is required;
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    6. Rear yard setback of 2.2m
    WHEREAS a minimum setback of 3m is required;
    7. Proposed Gross Floor Area of 35,099m
    2
    WHEREAS a maximum Gross Floor Area of 31,300m
    2
    is permitted;
    8. A maximum building height of three (33) storeys and 12.5m is proposed within 6m of the front lot line
    and within 7.5m of the north side lot line and a minimum building height of two (2) storeys and 6.3m is
    proposed within 7.5m of the north side lot line
    WHEREAS the by-law requires a minimum building height of two (2) storeys and 7.5m and a
    maximum of three (3) storeys and 11m within 6m of the front lot line and within 7.5m of the north side
    lot line;
    9. A maximum of thirty-three (33) storeys (including a two (2) storey mechanical penthouse) and 88.8m is
    proposed within 30m of the north side lot line
    WHEREAS the by-law permits a maximum building height of twelve (12) storeys and 35.2m within
    30m of the north side lot line;
    10. A maximum of thirty-three(3) storeys (including a two (2) storey mechanical penthouse) and 88.8m is
    proposed beyond 30m of the north side lot line and beyond 12m of the front lot line
    WHEREAS the by-law permits a maximum building height of twenty-eight (28) storeys and 80m
    beyond 12m of the west front lot line and beyond 30m of the north side lot line;
    11. A total of 449 residential parking spaces are proposed (1.05 per unit) of which 64 parking spaces shall
    be reserved for visitor parking (0.15 per unit)
    WHEREAS the by-law requires 535 residential parking spaces (1.25 per unit) of which 107 parking
    spaces shall be reserved for visitors (0.25 per unit);
    North York By-law 7625
    12. 14 non-residential parking spaces are proposed, which parking spaces will be shared with residential
    visitors
    WHEREAS the by-law requires 62 parking spaces dedicated exclusively to the non-residential uses on
    the lot;
    13. A minimum driveway width for two-way traffic and a minimum parking aisle width of 5.5m
    WHEREAS the by-law requires a minimum driveway width for two-way traffic and a minimum parking
    aisle width of 6m; and
    14. 1 loading space is proposed.
    WHEREAS the by-law requires 2 loading spaces
     
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  3. AlbertC

    AlbertC Senior Member

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    Opus is the next phase of Concord's Park Place development. Two towers, appear to be around 35s.
     
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  4. devjohnson

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    Looks nice! This should be an interesting development to track!
     
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  5. urbandreamer

    urbandreamer recession proof

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  6. blacktrojan3921

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    Those are some very skinny towers; reminds me of the Burano.
     
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  7. AlbertC

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    Typical generic and conservative design, pretty much consistent with Concord Park Place overall. My main issue though is the total failure to create a urban village with any pedestrian appeal. At least try to create a high-rise community with establishing city blocks incorporating animated podiums to allow for potential future urban integration, and activity circulation.
     
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  8. taal

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    This whole development is a complete flop ...

    Cityplace downtown got more right then they are here ... if anything you'd think they'd learn there lessons and improve. But the built form of cityplace downtown is quite a bitter better, and that's sad.

    Reminds a LOT of the NY tower complex and Sheppard and Bayview in terms of built form.
     
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  9. Ramako

    Ramako Moderator

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    Those looks very much like modern day commie slabs.
     
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  10. Memph

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    What street is that with the blank wall in the picture on the left?
     
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  11. reactx

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    Phase 2 to be called "Dei" ?
     
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  12. cruzin4u

    cruzin4u Senior Member

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    You mean the picture on the right? If so, that is Provost Drive, which goes behind the IKEA.

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  13. Edward

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    Looks good to me.
     
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  14. Conrad Black

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    Commie blocks don't have floor to ceiling windows amongst many other things.
     
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  15. Edward Skira

    Edward Skira http://skyrisecities.com Staff Member

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    41 and 39 storeys (factoring out 4's). Proper renders on the way.
     
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