Mohican Holdings has proposed a 19-storey infill rental building at 340 Mill Road, the Quadrangle-designed tower would join an existing 19-storey slab tower on site, replacing a surface parking lot. Should the Zoning Bylaw Amendment be approved, the building would bring 191 new rental units to the site on Burmanthorpe Road, just east of the Toronto-Mississauga border.

Overview of the subject site, highlighted in red, looking north, image via Google Maps

Overlooking the Etobicoke Creek ravine lands, the tower volume would rise from the five-storey base building, with black brick framing the inset balconies on the east and west facades. Projecting private balconies would extend from the north and south faces. At street level, the podium would be framed in white precast panels, contrasting with the dark brick above.

Looking west to 340 Mill Road, image obtained from submission to the City of Toronto

The building would house a mix of 105 one-bedroom, 54 two-bedroom, and 32 three-bedroom units. 422 new parking spaces would be located in a four storey below-grade garage, including spaces for some renters in the existing building.

Outdoor amenity areas would be constructed to the west of the building to take advantage of the natural setting of the Etobicoke Creek. The outdoor pool and children's play structure that serve as amenities for the existing building would both be retained in the enhanced landscaped area.

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