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346 Davenport | 36m | 9s | Freed | RAW Design

torontologist

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I really like the brick vibe that Davenport has between Bedford and Dupont... not sure an out of scale glass box is what the area needs.
 

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June 2014
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1 - Motion to Amend Item moved by Councillor Mike Layton (Carried)
That the Toronto and East York Community Council:

1. Refuse the applications to demolish the subject residential buildings at 342, 344 and 346 Davenport Road for failure to maintain a residential use:

a. Two storey detached mixed use building containing one residential building at 342 Davenport Road.

b. Two storey semi-detached mixed use building containing one residential building at 344 Davenport Road.

c. Two storey semi-detached mixed use building containing one residential building at 346 Davenport Road.


August 11 2015 ( permit search):

Accepted Date:
Aug 11, 2015

Project: Office Multiple Projects

Description: Proposal for interior alterations to ground floor office space and a new one storey rear addition see related permit admin permits on 344 and 342 Davenport
 

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I wonder whether RAW is planning to use the same perforated cladding for the living wall strips as they used on The Howard Park.
 

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It'll be interesting to see, as this stretch in particular continues to see additional residential density, if the city moves to improve the pedestrian experience at-grade. Traffic moves way too quickly and dangerously around this stretch of Davenport and Dupont and it's generally a pretty awful pedestrian experience.
 

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The design is decent, but it neither reflects nor respects the surrounding context. Brick instead of concrete and marble, pls.
 
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