4099 Erin Mills Parkway | 38.6m | 10s | Queenscorp | Turner Fleischer

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Redevelopment of the plaza at the southeast corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Folkway Drive, halfway between Highway 403 and Burnhamthorpe Road.
Proposed development: Five residential buildings with heights of 10, 8, 6, 6 and 6 storeys and seven blocks of 4 storey stacked townhouses containing a total of 703 units and 776 square metres of commercial space.

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Redevelopment of the plaza at the southeast corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Folkway Drive, halfway between Highway 403 and Burnhamthorpe Road.


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A tiny bit of retail at ground level. Enough so that people who walk to the existing plaza could find at least convenience items? Looks to me like the car dependent neighbourhood around it would only get more car dependent.

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I'm one who walks to this plaza, although rather infrequently since Michael Angelo's grocery store closed a few years ago, and was surprised to see the devapp sign posted today.

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Wow. I think I mightve only shopped here once, maybe twice but that was a couple years ago when I was in high school. It's a decent plaza, but I dont think it's a good plan to remove most of the retail GFA like it's already been mentioned here. Taking a bus or car to get groceries or take out is a lot less convenient than walking to your local plaza.
 

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