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[Stoney Creek] 16 King Street West | ?m | 8 fl | Proposed

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Rendering and info here: hamiltonnews.com

I’m on vacation without my computer, so I can’t post the renderings in the thread like I usually do.
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Rendering and info here: hamiltonnews.com...
Anyone have an update on the progress of this project?
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LPAT ruled in favour of this, with setbacks.

First half of the article is pasted below. The rest of it deals with parking, city staff recommendation to widen King St. if this goes ahead, and an LPAT recommendation to use red brick.


LPAT decision allows eight-storey development to proceed in downtown Stoney Creek
by Kevin Werner, Stoney Creek News

The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal ruled in an Aug. 27 decision to allow an eight-storey development in downtown Stoney Creek.

“I’m disappointed,” said Stoney Creek Coun. Chad Collins, but he didn’t believe the decision will set a precedent for future developments that are being contemplated for the area.

LPAT member Justin Duncan said the issue centred on whether the proposed setbacks, stepbacks, style, parking and overall character of the proposed residential complex at 16-18 King Street West, east of Second Street north, located within Stoney Creek’s Olde Downtown Core, conformed to the surrounding neighbourhood.

The applicant, MM Green Developments, wanted the project, which is planned to have 62 residential units, plus 221.9-square-metres of commercial space on the ground floor, to have zero setbacks on the side yards up to the sixth floor and only a 0.9 metre a setback from the seventh floor and up.

Duncan stated he backed two to four metre setbacks starting at the third storey to allow for a “balanced” transition between existing and planned developments and to prevent any encroachment on light for the residents living in the apartment building to the east of the development.

Under the current zoning for Stoney Creek, there is a height limit of 11 metres when a four- metre setback is provided for residential uses.

The eight-storey building proposal does exceed the required seven-storey maximum height according to the Stoney Creek secondary plan.

“I find nothing concerning regarding the proposed setback to King Street or the stepback proposed from the front façade of the building,” stated Duncan in his 14-page decision.

The developer has within 60 days to determine whether to amend the proposal to meet the Tribunal’s requirements. Both city planning staff and the applicant are required to submit a revised zoning bylaw to the Tribunal for approval.

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https://www.hamiltonnews.com/news-st...-stoney-creek/
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