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[Stoney Creek] 928 Queenston Road | ? | 14 fl | Proposed

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File Number: ZAC-17-049
Application Type: Zoning Amendment
Address: 928 Queenston Road
File Year: 2017
Description: To modify the Mixed Use Commercial Zone to permit a 12-storey, 142-unit mixed use building
Proposed Units: 142

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The developer has resubmitted plans. The proposed height is now 14-stories, and there will now be 149 residential units...


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This thread needs a name update from [Stoney Creek] 928 Queenston Road | ? | 12 fl | Proposed to [Stoney Creek] 928 Queenston Road | ? | 14 fl | Proposed
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928 Queenston was approved at the last planning committee meeting.

This thread needs a name update from [Stoney Creek] 928 Queenston Road | ? | 14 fl | Proposed to [Stoney Creek] 928 Queenston Road | 49m | 14 fl | Approved


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- 160 residential units
- 583 sq m of commercial floor space at grade
- 20 surface vehicular parking spaces
- 173 vehicular parking spaces and 130 bicycle parking spaces located in a one level underground parking garage
- Designed by Lintack Architects Incorporated


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it's about time Hamilton started approving a slew of mid/high rise projects on main arteries. Looks great.
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