Geeze, thanks City Planning.Preliminary Report to next NYCC meeting on Sept 10th, 2020.
From the report:
Issues identified on a preliminary basis include:
•The suitability of the proposed height, massing, and other built form issues based on Section 2 q. and r. of the Planning Act; the Growth Plan (2019), the City's Official Plan policies and the Avenues and Mid-Rise Buildings Performance Standards and Addendum;
•The appropriateness of maintaining one-half of a semi-detached dwelling at the north end of the site (1734 and 1736 Bayview Avenue);
•The appropriateness of the proposed building stepbacks on Bayview Avenue;
•The appropriateness of the proposed townhouses facing the rear yard;
•The adequacy of the total area, suitability and function of the proposed indoor and outdoor amenity areas; •The proposal's transition to the adjacent Neighbourhoods designated area
• Review of the proposed retail uses to ensure conformity with the development principles for sites on Priority Retail Streets;
•The appropriateness of the proposed parking access at the north end of the site; and
•The need for on-site parkland dedication
Someone mind telling them that the issues they identified are largely non-issues?
As a local resident, I welcome this development to finally begin the process of connecting the lively commercial strip of South Bayview to the intersection and future LRT station area at Bayview and Eglinton.