Discussion in 'Buildings' started by AlbertC, Nov 25, 2014.
Glad to see that eyesore gone - Tact Architecture here
http://www1.toronto.ca/City Of Toro...- CQ/663KingstonRoad1411 140718 SPA_ZBA_7.pdf
Where they filmed Kick-Ass!!!!!!1
All 1 bedrooms except one I think. That is a shame.
4 studios, 47 1br and 5 2br, actually.
Edit: which is funny because their website advertises "45 suites" - not the 56 listed in that document.
Eyesore is across the street on the North side of Kingston Road. Dip 'n Sip was a landmark of sorts. Don't know why either.
Can't tell if the blue inset is brick. That would be cool.
prelim report http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2015/te/bgrd/backgroundfile-74228.pdf
This application proposes a six-storey, 51-unit mixed use building with retail at grade at
646 Kingston Road. The structure will have a total gross floor area of 5,569 m2
including 1,320 m2 of non-residential floor space. Two levels of underground parking is proposed
with access from the public laneway adjacent to the site. 26 parking spaces will be
provided plus an additional 8 spaces for visitors.
close to another Streetcar project, The Southwood
So much for the tan brick and blue insets, I guess.
Approved by City Council on July 7th.
Approved at 7 storeys by City Council on July 7th.
news story on front page http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2015/10/southwood-contribute-kingston-road-transformation
The building has been demolished.