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innsertnamehere

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Refusal could mean many things. You don't need zoning to demolish, it's likely heritage related. It's a little premature to be demolishing anyway, this isn't anywhere close to approval.
 

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Hmm? yeah i guess most likely, the city is known to designate heritage status on buildings well into a development approval process
Or, you know, several buildings on this site have been designated long before development. The block on Gerrard was designated in 1990. The southern block in 1974.
 

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An OMB pre-hearing is scheduled for August 20, 2018.

July 4th is currently the last scheduled TEYC council meeting till after the election. (a 5 month plus gap)

I imagine there will be a raft of settlements ahead of that meeting, (whether or not that includes this proposal is tbd) .
 

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Looking SW:

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And Jarvis is about as far east as one can build tall. South of Queen one can but further north there are low rise residential neighbourhoods.... Cabbagetown being the nicest.
 

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Parts of the east side were developed earlier like the St Lawrence neighbourhood. Harder to build. East side was also less desirable due to all the shelters/drugs etc. Still less desirable than the west but getting better.
 

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