An application submitted to the City of Toronto last week seeks rezoning and an Official Plan amendment to permit a mid-rise condominium development on Bayview Avenue, between Highway 401 and Sheppard Avenue in North York. Proposed by site owner Dormer Homes, the plan calls for a seven-storey, Kirkor Architects-designed building to rise at 2810 Bayview Avenue.
Proposed for the west side of Bayview Avenue, steps from Bayview subway station, the proposal calls for a building rising 83 feet, and containing 53 condominium units in a mix of 22 one-bedrooms with average sizes of 58 m², 20 two-bedrooms with average sizes of 95 m², and 11 three-bedrooms with average sizes of 145 m².
Residents of the building would have access to an amenity area provided on the ground floor at the northwest corner of the site with a 156 m² programmable space and a 109 m² outdoor terrace.
The building would be served by a two-level underground garage, accessed via a driveway from Irvington Crescent. A total of 80 spaces are proposed—73 resident spaces and 7 visitor spaces—2 of the spaces located at grade.
Exterior finishes include a window wall cladding system with a mix of clear vision glazing and grey opaque spandrel glass framed in white and grey precast concrete, brick and stone veneers, as well as grey and white metal panels.
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|Related Companies:||Dormer Homes, Evans Planning Inc., Kirkor Architects Planners, NAK Design Strategies|