At this second Community Consultation Meeting for the Bloor West Village Avenue Study, the Project Team will present Study findings for Phase 2: Future Conditions Visioning & Testing.
Planning will provide an update on the local area planning study for properties in the Baby Point Gates area, along Jane St and Annette St.
City Planning is holding a Community Consultation about the application for 35, 41-63 High Park Ave and 66 & 102-116 Pacific Ave. Bring your questions and voice your comments:
The applicant proposes the demolition of two existing blocks of 2 storey rental townhouses (20 units) and the elimination of four 2-bedroom units to facilitate the development of four new apartment buildings, having building heights of 39, 34, 29 and 8 storeys having a combined total of 1,031 new rental units and 1,795m2 of retail floor area. You can view a copy of the Preliminary Report here
City Planning is holding a Community Consultation about the application for 111 Pacific Ave, 255 Glenlake Ave and 66 Oakmount Rd. Bring your questions and voice your comments.
This proposed development consists of two blocks of 3 storey townhouses, a 33 storey apartment building with attached 3 storey townhouses, a 29 storey apartment building with an 8 storey base, and a new 2 storey amenity pavilion. Combined, the new buildings would contain 768 rental units. You can view a copy of the Preliminary Report here
The City's first Community Consultation Meeting and Public Open House for the Avenue Study will be an opportunity for members to come out and learn about the study and share their thoughts.
Please call my office at 416-392-4072 to schedule an appointment during Consituency Hours.
City Planning is initiating a Study for properties along Jane Street and Annette Street that are located within the Baby Point Gates Business Improvement Area (BIA).
The meeting will provide an opportunity for area residents, landowners and business operators to be informed of the study process, volunteer to participate in working group sessions and ask questions. If you cannot attend the meeting, you can still make your views known or ask questions by sending an e-mail to the Planner at Philip.email@example.com, a fax to (416) 394-6063 or by writing to Neil Cresswell, Director, Community Planning, Etobicoke York District, City Planning Division, 2 Civic Centre CrtFloor 3 Toronto, Ontario, M9C 5A3.
If you would like further information about the proposal, please contact Philip Carvalino, Senior Planner, at 416-394-8233.