Queensgate Developments Inc. has applied to amend the Zoning By law to allow the redevelopment of the existing properties at 64-70 Shuter Street for the purpose of constructing a new mixed-use residential building with retail on the ground floor. 227 dwelling units are proposed in a 29 storey building (including a 3-storey podium). 84 parking spaces for residents are proposed to be provided in a below grade parking garage. The easterly heritage facades are to be reconstructed.
Armstrong Hunter & Associates (O.B.O. 6645411 Canada Inc.) has applied to amend the Official Plan & Zoning By-law to permit a 14 storey residential condominium building with 48 units (50 approved). The base of the building includes three 2-storey townhouses fronting on Shuter Street. There are 42 parking spaces proposed within a three level underground garage accessed
from an existing public lane. A valet will take cars to the underground garage via a car elevator.
City Council approve the proposed alterations to the heritage property at 15 Shuter Street/178 Victoria Street (Massey Hall), including the removal of the Albert Building, to allow for the construction of a six-storey addition with a two level basement and a two level mechanical penthouse on the south side of the existing concert hall substantially in accordance with the plans and drawings prepared by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects dated September 28, 2012 and date stamped received by the City Planning Division October 4, 2012 for Site Plan
Application No. 12 256738 STE 27 SA, and in accordance with the HIA Assessment (HIA) prepared by Goldsmith Borgal and Company Ltd. Architects dated April 8, 2013, subject to conditions.
An application has been made to amend the Zoning Bylaw to permit a 42 storey mixed use building with a total of 536 residential units and 523 m2 of retail at grade. The development proposes 4 levels of underground parking with a total of 122 parking spaces.
Proposal for a 32 storey residential building containing 251 units, with 3 levels of underground parking containing 48 spaces to be used for residents and visitors.
An application was made to amend the Zoning Bylaw to permit a 13 storey building with a total of 36 residential units