At the southwest corner of Queen and Pape, a former auto shop could make way for a 16-unit condominium. Submitted to the City of Toronto on June 19th, a rezoning application for 1001 Queen Street East outlines the detailed scope of a project that's been marketed since late 2016, and is already sold out—with the zoning approvals process only now beginning.
Led by a boutique—and new—company known as 33 Developments, the six-storey infill project is also designed by the company's in-house architect, Geoffrey Moote. Aesthetically characterized by a brick façade that's punctuated by industrial-inspired fenestration, the discretely stylish mid-rise condominium aims to also introduce a pair of street-level retail spaces to Queen.
With the Queen frontage entirely occupied by retail, a slender residential entry is provided via Pape Avenue, with vehicle access at the south end of the site. Spanning most of the south elevation, a 17-car garage occupies the ground floor and basement, with a carousel stacking system used to fit the vehicles into a relatively tight space.
Above the 255 m² of street-level retail, 2,364 m² of residential space will occupy the five upper floors. 15 two-bedroom units are planned, as well as a single three-bedroom home. The units are luxuriously proportioned, with an average size of 122 m² (1,313 ft²) for the two-bedroom homes.
Although marketing for the project got underway long in advance of a formal submission, the fact that a rezoning application has newly been filed means that it will likely be some time before construction begins, with revisions to the project possible throughout the planning process.
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