Developer Crown Communities has submitted an updated plan to the City of Toronto for a proposed condominium complex at 7437 Kingston Road. The proposal would bring a pair of 11-storey Kirkor Architects-designed condominium buildings to Kingston Road, on a vacant site located just east of Sheppard Avenue East/Port Union Road in eastern Scarborough, and backing onto Highway 401.
The new proposal replaces a 2018 proposal for the site designed by SRN Architects which called for six four-storey buildings with 128 residential units. The new plan proposes two mid-rise buildings rising 11 storeys with heights of 39.55 metres. The buildings would be separated by a private right of way, with grounds designed by landscape architects MHBC.
The two buildings would combine for a total gross floor area of 30,037 m² of entirely residential space with no commercial space other than for five live-work units along the ground floor's Kingston Road frontage. There are 486 condominium units proposed in total in a mix of 100 studios, 186 one-bedrooms, 151 two-bedrooms, and 44 three-bedrooms.
At the east end of the site and overlooking the valley lands of the Rouge National Urban Park, a 1,981 m² park is proposed, while a children’s play area is planned at the west end of the site, referred to in a landscaping plan as the “tot lot.” A three-level underground garage would provide 499 parking spaces.
Additional information and images can be found in our Database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment below.
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|Related Companies:||Crown Communities, Kirkor Architects Planners, MHBC Planning|