LCH Developments has submitted an application to the City of Toronto for a residential development in Scarborough. The proposal, located in the Scarborough Village neighbourhood, involves an Official Plan Amendment, a Zoning Bylaw Amendment and a Site Plan Application. The property consist of 3 parcels (3291 Kingston Road, 2 Windy Ridge Drive, and 4 Windy Ridge Drive) totalling 0.597 hectares.
Currently the parcels are occupied with residences; 3291 Kingston road is occupied by a 3-storey apartment building, while both properties on Windy Ridge Drive are occupied by single family homes. All three buildings would be demolished for the project. According to the Planning Rationale submitted by the proponents, the plan for redevelopment involves the protection of biodiversity on the site including the preservation of the mature trees, while optimizing the site's potential to contribute to the City’s growth targets.
The proposal consists of an 11-storey mid-rise building, designed by RAW Design, set to contain 309 residential units. The subject lands provide 115 metres of frontage on Kingston Road and 80 metres of frontage on Windy Ridge Drive. The project includes various types of indoor and outdoor private amenity spaces including balconies, sunken patios, and a terrace space located on the 4th floor.
According to the Planning Rationale, the building is designed to fit within the surrounding context in the neighbourhood. To the north of the site across from the full height of the building on Kingston Road, there are mainly residential apartments and townhomes, while to the south and the west of the site there are mainly single family detached homes which the building terraces down to. To the east.
Vehicular access would be through a two way access driveway, also be connected to an underground garage proposed to provide 284 vehicular spaces and 223 bicycle spaces. The development is served by the 12 Kingston Road and 102 Markham Road buses outside the door, while the 905 Eglinton East Express are close by. side of the site there 9 and 13-storey mid rise apartment building and other residential.
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|Related Companies:||LCH Developments, RAW Design|