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  1. Froggy

    Davenport Village Lofts (Lithos Group, 6s, ?)

    1836 Davenport Road, Toronto - Lithos Group The proposed development consists of a 6-storey residential building that includes commercial and retail concourse levels. Marketed as Davenport Village Lofts. Google Streetview.
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    1800 Davenport Road (?, 2s, RGC Design Group)

    From Cllr. Palacio's Newsletter: Some renderings from RGC's website - not RCG like indicated in the newsletter...:
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    216 Geary Avenue (Trillian Partners, 3s, StudioAC)

    To construct a three-storey commercial building. Applications: Type Minor Variance Number 18 127354 WET 17 MV Date Submitted Mar 9, 2018 Status Hearing Scheduled ► Supporting Documentation Contact Information Salvatore Crimi Application Technician (416) 394-8246
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    Toronto | 888 Dupont | 55m | 13s | TAS | SA

    Two friends of mine renting a unit in the building received this letter a few days ago. Not sure what's going on, for now, and I couldn't find any kind of application. From what I understand, TAS and Mavi Developments are one company. The building is on the northeast corner of Dupont and...
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    1859 Davenport Road (?, 3s, Ambient Designs)

    To construct a three-storey rear addition and a third floor addition. The proposed uses will include retail on the ground floor and residential on the second and third floor. From the supporting documentation, uploaded in January 2018: Brick veneer, decorative stone, painted metal. Four...
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    Toronto | 22 Geary Avenue | 20m | 4s | Worsley Urban | RAW Design

    Interesting project on Geary Avenue at Somerset, west of Ossington. RAW Design for Worsley Urban. The new building would replace an existing one-storey building used as an auto shop:
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    524 Dupont Street (?, 3s, John Shuki Lau Architect)

    Application - Proposed 3 storey mixed use building (retail on ground floor & residential above - 4 units). 524 Dupont St. & 903 Palmerston Ave. PPR 05 180050. Also see OPA/Re-Zoning 05 212355 This is next to the 500 Dupont beer store redevelopment project. All three buildings would be demolished:
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    All Canadian Self-Storage (1120 Dupont St, 6s, J.H. Rust Architect)

    Site Plan Control Approval ('SPA') application respecting 1120 Dupont Street, City of Toronto (the 'Site'). This SPA application proposes a 6 storey selfstorage warehouse building for the Site with a gross floor area of 5861.25 square metres. According to the Junctioneer, last September: "Staff...
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    Toronto | U of T: Schwartz Reisman Innovation Centre | ?m | 20s | U of T | Weiss/Manfredi

    Not sure what is going on there, but 92 College Street (near Elizabeth Street), the now former home of UofT's Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology is being demolished as I write this message. Has anyone heard of anything? That was a cute little house. UT made a short story about 90 College...
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    Toronto | 980 Lansdowne Avenue | 101m | 36s | Neudorfer | Gabriel Bodor

    Proposal to construct three residential apartment buildings (26, 28 and 30 storeys) on top of a 3 storey podium. There would be 587 parking spaces for residents and 128 for visitors, for a total of 736 parking spaces. This development represents Phase 6 of the Davenport Village Secondary Plan...
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    Toronto | SCOOP | 23m | 6s | Graywood | CMV

    New 6-storey residential development with retail at grade coming to the Saint Clair Avenue West and Old Weston Road area. This property is also listed here with the two other neighbouring properties to the west as development lands (all the way to Ford Street). Here's the site right now:
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    640 Lansdowne Avenue

    It seems like things are finally moving for the TTC-owned lot along Lansdowne, a few blocks north of Bloor. This is from Ana Bailao's website - post published last December: As many of you are aware, the TTC owned land at 640 Lansdowne Avenue was contaminated by previous industrial uses from...