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i hate it.It looks messy, the massing is hulking and I'm tired of the rehashing of the same architectural motifs (in this case it's the L pattern in white).
 

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Not sure how long it's said this, but the application page now reads 'application withdrawn':

 

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1913 YONGE ST
Ward 12 - Tor & E.York District
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22 DAVISVILLE AVE​
17 MILLWOOD RD​
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1913 YONGE ST​
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Proposal for a mixed-use building with 30- and 45-storey towers connected by an 8-storey tower. Proposal will contain 821 residential units and 2,569 square metres of commercial space. A proposed 442 vehicle parking spaces (92 visitor/commercial & 350 residential) and 1,008 bicycle parking spaces (987 residential short/long term & 21 commercial short/long term).
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OPA & Rezoning​
20 191099 STE 12 OZ​
Sep 8, 2020​
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So everything on that East portion of that block save for the Starbucks on the South East corner?

Grrr. Really? Thats way too tall IMO

To be fair though, most of it appears to be a sea of surface parking lots currently.
 

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So everything on that East portion of that block save for the Starbucks on the South East corner?



To be fair though, most of it appears to be a sea of surface parking lots currently.
It's all a sea of parking since I first shot it when there was an LBCO there. They tore haft it down to add more space for parking.

There are 3? houses on Millwood and there is only 2 address for them, not 3. Wondering how they plan to fit these homes into this development??

Only 9 years since I first post the thread.
 

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It's all a sea of parking since I first shot it when there was an LBCO there. They tore haft it down to add more space for parking.

There are 3? houses on Millwood and there is only 2 address for them, not 3. Wondering how they plan to fit these homes into this development??

Only 9 years since I first post the thread.
The 2 addresses on Millwood appear to be boarded up single homes from a bygone era via using Google Street View.
 

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The 2 addresses on Millwood appear to be boarded up single homes from a bygone era via using Google Street View.
That correct, but there should be 3 there. They are part of the main site I saw back in 2011 and can't be torn down from what I was told back then.
 

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Site looks like this (aerial view)

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Davisville frontage:

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Yonge Frontage from the south-west:

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Yonge Frontage from the North-West:

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Millwood Frontage looking from the North East:

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Site area is ~5700m2 or 0.57ha (1.3 acres)
 

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