Scarborough

80 Dale Avenue | ?m | 27s | Podium | Standard Practice

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80 DALE AVE
Ward 36 - Scarborough District


Development comprising of one 27 storey residential apartment building and four stacked townhouse residential apartment buildings with a total of 386 residential rental units.
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OPA & Rezoning 18 154389 ESC 36 OZ May 7, 2018 Under Review
 

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This is a proposed affordable rental development. Developer is Podium Developments, architects are Standard Practice and Peter Higgins Architect:
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• Scarborough community council last July deferred a decision on Podium’s Official Plan and zoning amendment application until the first quarter of 2019. Gary Crawford, local councillor before ward boundaries changed, called the proposal unacceptable.

• After a Feb. 6 community consultation, Podium announced it was withdrawing the application and hoped to resubmit it in April, with revisions. “We have heard that potential alternatives should be explored in order to address comments raised throughout the process to-date,” Christian Huggett, the company’s vice-president development, said in a Feb. 22 letter.

• Ward 24 Coun. Paul Ainslie, who now represents the area due to boundary changes, said he and residents made it clear they didn’t support a 27-storey tower, “and were further concerned with the increase in vehicle traffic, the lack of community benefits, as well as safe pedestrian walkways.”
 

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