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Influence the planning of your neighbourhood!

January 2016


THE DEVELOPMENT INVASION CONTINUES!
Please! Attend these THREE important public meetings!

The City Planning Division is holding THREE separate Community Consultation meetings where you can learn more about these three development applications in our ABCRA neighbourhood.

Get involved!

Location of All Meetings: Park Hyatt Hotel,
4 Avenue Road, University Room, 2nd floor

Time of All Meetings: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM; 
6:30 PM Open House 


Attend!
Ask questions!
Share your comments!


 

Meeting #1  
Thursday January 28, 2016

A on the map above
RE 126-128 Hazelton Avenue

Meeting #2  
Monday February 1, 2016

B on the map above
RE 48-58 Scollard Street
& 1315-1325 Bay Street


Meeting #3  
Thursday February 11, 2016
C on the map above
RE 100 Davenport Road

 
The City of Toronto holds public consultations as one way to engage residents in the life of their city.
To speak to the planner, contact Oren Tamir, at (416) 392-7349 or email him at
otamir@toronto.ca.
You may mail your comments to the planner at Toronto and East York District, 100 Queen Street West, Floor 18E, Toronto ON M5H2N2.
 
You may also contact Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, Ward 27 Toronto Centre-Rosedale
(416) 392-7903 or email her at
councillor_wongtam@toronto.ca.


Background information, including architectural plans and reports are available HERE.

 

Visit the ABCRA WEBSITE , to stay up to date with events and issues in your neighbourhood and to sign up for this ABCRA Neighbourhood News Newsletter.  
Contact information HERE.


Meeting #1
Thursday January 28, 2016
A on the map: 126-128 Hazelton Avenue

This application proposes a new 9-storey (33.6 metres, plus a 4.2 metre mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building. The building would have a total of 21 dwelling units and up to 470 square metres of non-residential floor area on the first and second floors. 22 bicycle parking spaces and 47 vehicular parking spaces are proposed. One building in the Yorkville-Hazelton Heritage Conservation District is proposed to be demolished.
Link to the Planner's Report HERE.


Meeting #2
Monday February 1, 2016
B on the map: 48-58 Scollard Street
& 1315-1325 Bay Street

This application proposes a new 43-storey (158 metres, including a 7-metre mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with commercial and retail uses on the first four floors and residential uses above. A total of 112 residential units, 132 resident parking spaces and 151 bicycle parking spaces are proposed. One of five listed heritage buildings on the site would be demolished and the remaining four heritage buildings would be altered, moved and integrated into the proposed development.
Link to the Planner's Report HERE.


Meeting #3
Thursday February 11, 2016
C on the map: 100 Davenport Road

This application proposes a new 39-storey (137 metres, including a 5-metre mechanical penthouse) mixed-use building with commercial and retail uses on the first three floors and residential uses above. A total of 53 residential units, 100 resident parking spaces, 4 residential visitor parking spaces and 10 commercial parking spaces are proposed. A total of 65 bicycle parking spaces are also proposed.
The Planner's Report will be posted when it is available.
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