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Photos from today at Yonge and 16th. This proposal is for the north east side of the intersection--South Hill Shopping Centre. There is also a two-tower proposal for the north west side--Hillcrest Mall.

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shawnzachariah

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This would be the second tallest proposal in Richmond Hill after Metroview's 8700 Yonge St.

I wonder what portion of the shopping center this development would occupy. There's a TON of surface parking at this intersection between this plaza and Hillcrest Mall across the street.
 

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"A request has been received from Whitehorn Investments Limited, Stephen- Mitchell Realty Limited, 891566 Ontario Limited and Ledbrow Investments Ltd. to amend the Official Plan and Zoning By-law for lands described as Part of Lot 41, Concession 1, E.Y.S. and municipally known as 9301, 9325 and 9335 Yonge Street. The subject lands have a combined frontage of approximately 320 metres (1,049.87 feet) along Yonge Street and approximately 270 metres (885.83 feet) along 16th Avenue, and a total area of approximately 10.68 hectares (26.4 acres). The applications seek to permit a high density mixed use residential/commercial development comprised of two towers, 42 and 45 storeys in height connected by a five storey podium, with at-grade commercial uses, and a combined total of 821 dwelling units on a 0.79 hectare (1.95 acre) portion of the subject lands.

The Official Plan Amendment application proposes to implement site specific policies to permit high density mixed use residential and commercial uses with a maximum building height of 45 storeys with a 5 storey podium, a maximum tower floor plate size of 777 square metres, a maximum Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 68,410 square metres (736,383.20 square feet) and a net Floor Space Index (FSI) of 8.78 on a portion of the subject lands."

 

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The graphic claims that 16th Avenue will get a BRT but I've never heard of this even being proposed. There is a plan for BRT on Major Mac though.
 

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