Toronto City Council began their July, 2022 meeting on the 19th, the last normal Council meeting before the 2018-2022 term ends. The meeting is packed with development applications so that new development is not held up entirely until after the election.
In this article, we will go over the fate of applications from the Toronto-East York section of the city that were dealt with quickly, with no debate, following their recommendation for approval at a recent Community Council meeting. Development applications from other sections of the city have been covered in their own articles, and we will follow up on the proposals that were held back in a subsequent story.
1425 Bloor West had Zoning Amendment and Rental Housing Demolition applications approved.
Zoning By-law Amendment and Rental Housing Demolition applications have been approved for 350 Bloor West.
The 35-storey, 422-unit mixed-use rental and condominium building designed by IBI Group for Andrin Homes, The Brown Group of Companies, Lakeview Homes, and Streetwise Capital Partners on the northwest corner of Bloor Street West and Spadina Road, in the Annex.
Zoning By-law Amendment and Rental Housing Demolition applications were also approved for 1801 Eglinton Avenue West.
The 41-storey, 446-unit mixed-use rental and condominium building designed by BDP Quadrangle for KingSett Capital will be located on the south side of Eglinton Avenue West, east of Dufferin Street in the Oakwood-Vaughan area.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was approved for the Basin Media Hub.
The movie studio and office spaces have been designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) for Hackman Capital Partners, The MBS Group and CreateTO, and will be located on the south of Basin Street, in the Port Lands.
A Rental Housing Demolition application was approved for 1540 Bloor West, a project that recently received zoning approval at the OLT.
The 27-storey, 354-unit mixed-use building designed by IBI Group for Trinity Development Group and Hazelview Investments will be located on the northwest corner of Dundas Street West and Bloor Street West in the West End. Two existing two-storey mixed-use buildings which collectively contain 12 rental units will be demolished to permit the redevelopment of the land with the new building, which will include 12 affordable replacement rental units, and 14 new affordable rental units.
The Zoning By-law Amendment Application was approved for the Magellan Centre.
The seven-storey, 57-unit affordable rental and senior assisted-living facility designed by Snyder Architects for Magellan Community Charities and CreateTO, will be located on the northwest corner of Lansdowne Avenue and Paton Road in the West End.
The Zoning Amendment Application was also adopted for 14 Duncan.
The 48-storey, 369-unit mixed-use rental building designed by BDP Quadrangle for Greenwin will be located on the northwest corner of Duncan Street and Pearl Street, in Entertainment District.
241 Richmond West also had its Zoning Amendment Application approved.
The conjoined 34 and 40-storey mixed-use condominium towers will house 459 units. Designed by architects—Alliance for Tridel, they will be located on the southeast corner of Richmond Street West and John Street, in the Entertainment District.
The Zoning Amendment Application was adopted for 250 University.
The 47-storey, 512-unit condominium tower designed by IBI Group with GBCA Architects on heritage work for Northam Realty Advisors will be built atop the existing building on the southwest corner of University and Queen.
Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendments have been approved for 7 Vanauley.
The six-storey, 31-unit affordable housing building designed by CMV Group architects for YMCA of Greater Toronto will be constructed on the east side of Vanauley just north of Queen in Alexandra Park.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application has been approved for 241 Church.
The 53-storey, 594-unit mixed-use condominium designed by Turner Fleischer Architects for Graywood Developments is on the northeast corner of Church and Dundas streets beside the Toronto Metropolitan University campus.
215 Wellesley East also had its Zoning By-law Amendment application approved.
The 8-storey, 48-unit mixed-use affordable rental building designed by CMV Group architects for R-Hauz Services Inc will be located on the south side of Wellesley Street East east of Bleecker Street, in Cabbagetown.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was also adopted for 380 Donlands.
The Zoning By-law Amendment Application has been approved for 2002 Lake Shore West.
The 20 and 36-storey mixed-use condos will offer a total of 616 units. The development designed by Graziani + Corazza Architects for Marlin Spring Developments is on the northwest corner of Lake Shore Boulevard West and Windermere Avenue, in Swansea.
240 Adelaide West had its Zoning By-law Amendment approved.
The 60-storey, 554-unit mixed-use condominium building designed by AS + GG Architecture for Freed Developments will be located on the northeast corner of Adelaide and Duncan streets in the Entertainment District.
The Zoning By-law Amendment for 260 Adelaide West was also approved.
The Zoning By-law Amendment Application was approved for a hotel at 689 King Street West.
The 11 and 18-storey hotel building containing 269 suites is designed by Sweeny &Co Architects for Manga Hotels, and will be located on King west of Bathurst Street in the Entertainment District.
The Zoning Amendment application was approved for 200 Queens Quay West.
The 59-storey, 1002-unit mixed-use rental and condominium building designed by Wallman Architects for Lifetime Developments and Diamond Corp will be located on the southeast corner of Harbour and Lower Simcoe streets, a block from the waterfront.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was approved for 110 Avenue Road.
The Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment applications have been approved for 287 Christie.
The Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications were also approved for 888 Dupont.
Annex Flats had its Zoning By-law Amendment application approved.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was also approved for 2323 Yonge.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was approved for 483 Bay.
The 69-storey, 538-unit office and condo building designed by IBI Group for Northam Realty Advisors will be located atop the east building at Bell Trinity Square just west of the Eaton Centre.
506 Church Street has had its Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment applications approved.
The 14-storey, 165-unit mixed-use condo building designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects for Graywood Developments will be located at the southwest corner of Church and Maitland streets, in the Church-Wellesley Village.
The Zoning By-law Amendment application was approved for the final phases of the King East Centre.
The 28 storey office building and 39-storey, 310-unit rental residential building will have retail at the base. Designed by WZMH Architects for First Gulf, they will be located on the southeast corner of Princess Avenue and King Street East in the St Lawrence neighbourhood.
The Official Plan and Zoning By-law Amendment applications were approved for 355 Sherbourne.
The 12-storey, 100-unit mixed-use rental building designed by KPMB Architects for United Property Resource Corporation will be located on the St Luke's Church site at the southeast corner of Sherbourne and Carlton streets in Cabbagetown.
We will continue to follow progress on these developments, but in the meantime, you can learn more about them from our Database files, linked below. If you'd like, you can join in on the conversation in the associated Project Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.
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