Toronto 2157 Lake Shore Boulevard West | 49.35m | 13s | Stay Inn Hospitality | Arcadis

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Leave this to the Mods how to handle this, but everything pretaining to the site is for sale and development.

One hope something better will happen along the Lake Shore than plan with this site being for sell. Not impress on what being plan for the whole area on Lake Shore itself.
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Something brewing here

2157 LAKE SHORE BLVD W
Ward 03 - Etob. York District

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Date Submitted​
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Applications:
OPA & Rezoning​
20 126617 WET 03 OZ​
Mar 16, 2020​
Application Received​
 
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Updated project description:

An Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment to construct a 13-storey hotel building (measuring 44.6 metres to the heighest point of the 13th storey. The proposal would include a total of 165 suites as well as a resturant on the ground floor (157 square metres). The total gross floor area would equal approximately 7,810.5 square metres. Also refer to By-law No. 337-2010 (OPA 102), By-law No. 338-2010 (ZBA), By-law 138-2014 (Lifting of the Hold), and A52/11EYK and A14/12EYK (previous Committee of Adjustment applications).

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Stay Inn Hospitality + IBI Group: 13 storeys (50.60 metres including MPH)

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With the mixed-use mega-project at 2150 Lake Shore Blvd, this could be a good site for a hotel across the street.

Wouldn't Lago block any view of the lake however?
 
A hotel wouldnt hurt in this area, but this is just a laughable design from head to toe. The base at street level looks uninspired, and the near bland wall precast canvas looks awful just for starters.
 
Wouldn't Lago block any view of the lake however?
It's Ocean Club that will be between this and the lake, its 10-storey boutique tower being closest to it. The buildings appear to be about 15 metres apart. Hotel guests on the lake side on the 11th floor and above will see more than those on lower floors at the ends of the building where they can look down the street while pressed up against their windows.

I don't think this the type of hotel that one stays at to luxuriate by the lake. I expect these will be simple, economical rooms that are aimed at a market that's looking to stay in the area for convenience, not for a super-deluxe pampering. You only get great lake views in the pamper-you places.

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