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245 Queen St. E @ Sherbourne (45s-160m/525 feet, 2x39s-142m/466 feet, 3s, WAM Development Group)






245 QUEEN ST E
Ward 28 - Tor & E.York District

Proposal for rezoning and official plan amendment related to mixed-use development of three storeys, 39, 45, and 39 storeys respectively with a total non-residential gross floor area of 31578 m2 and a total of 1645 residential units with below grade parking
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OPA & Rezoning 16 118638 STE 28 OZ Feb 19, 2016 Under Review
http://app.toronto.ca/DevelopmentApp...fASearch=false
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Maple Leaf Quay Redevelopment (29s-101m/331 feet, Quadrangle)






350 QUEENS QUAY W
Ward 20 - Tor & E.York District

Proposal for official plan amendment and zoning by-law amendment related to a new 29 storey mixed use building in place of the existing 3 storey building at 370 Queens Quay West, northerly 21 storey additions to existing mixed-use buildings at 350 and 390 Queens Quay West

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OPA & Rezoning 16 116138 STE 20 OZ Feb 12, 2016 Under Review

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Old Posted Feb 26, 2016, 8:38 PM
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New YMCA and Library for Vaughans new Downtown. Will have some office space up top too when finished.

It will be beside the new YRT bus terminal for the subway extension, which is currently part of the walmart parking lot. I believe there is a large public parking garage getting built behind it too.





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771 Yonge Street (49s-161m/528 feet, Menkes, Wallman)




771 YONGE ST
Ward 27 - Tor & E.York District

Residential/mixed-use redevelopment that will include the retention and re-use of the 3-storey heritage building fronting on Yonge Street and additional at-grade retail along Asquith Avenue,A total gross floor area (GFA) of 23,636 square metres is proposed, of which 188 square metres shall be new non-residential area and 132 square metres shall be retained GFA, for a total of 320 square metres of non-residential GFA. The resulting density is 24.8 times the area of the lot. The plan envisages a total of 322 residential units. A single level is proposed below grade, and will contain bicycle parking spaces and garbage/storage rooms, with opportunities for a future connection the pedestrian walkway network.
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Rezoning 16 118667 STE 27 OZ Feb 19, 2016 Under Review
http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/co...0071d60f89RCRD
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4800 Yonge Street, (49s-167m/548 feet, Menkes, Arquitectonica)





4800 YONGE ST
Ward 23 - North York District

Construct a 49 storey mixed use building 37,411.42 square metres of residential and 536 dwelling units and 5 storeys of commercial and 6 storeys of below grade parking.
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OPA 15 250774 NNY 23 OZ Nov 12, 2015 Under Review
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2016, 9:49 PM
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4800 Yonge Street, (49s-167m/548 feet, Menkes, Arquitectonica)
Ah yes, the deodorant stick. I like it. Now we only need a proposal for the northwest corner, to get rid of the bloody McDonalds cheapening the intersection.
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85-91 Broadway (34s-115m/377 feet, Pemberton, Graziani + Corazza)


85 BROADWAY AVE
Ward 22 - Tor & E.York District

The proposed 34-storey residential building consists of a 3-storey podium with a total of 322 residential units, inclusive of 198 one-bedroom and 124 two-bedroom units and three levels of below-grade parking are proposed, containing 77 parking spaces, inclusive of 62 residential, 10 visitor and 5 car-share parking spaces, for an effective total of 97 parking spaces. A total of 250 bicycle parking spaces (including 216 bicycle spaces for residents and 34 bicycle parking spaces for residential visitors) are proposed on the P1 and ground floor levels.
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Rezoning 15 106950 STE 22 OZ Jan 21, 2015 Under Review
http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-78020.pdf
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MoCCA @ Tower Automotive 158 Sterling Ave. (10s, Castlepoint Numa, ERA/aA)




Lower Junction redevelopment project unveiled
In all, the plan will be approximately 565,000 square feet and will include new office, retail, cultural, and commercial spaces and 540,000 square feet of new residential, supporting a range of different housing types and tenures. It will also feature over an acre of new parks and open spaces throughout the site.
More................http://dailycommercialnews.com/Proje...iled-1010105W/
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Form Condos (14s-51m/167 feet, Tridel, ArchitectsAlliance


60 MC CAUL ST
Ward 20 - Tor & E.York District

To re-zone the subject lands for the purposes of constructing a two new buildings. A 14 storey residential apartment building containing 184 units with below grade parking and a three-storey building which will be an art gallery.
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Rezoning 14 174774 STE 20 OZ Jun 16, 2014 Under Review
http://www.toronto.ca/legdocs/mmis/2...file-90304.pdf
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22 Balliol Residences (38s-126m/413 feet, Shiplake)




Proposal for rezoning amendment related to a 38 storey mixed use building with 425 residential resntal units with retail on ground floor and underground parking"
Proposed Use mixed # of Storeys 38 # of Units 425
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Type Rezoning
Number 16 119794 STE 22 OZ
Date Submitted Feb 23, 2016
Status Under Review
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Queens Quay Place at Bayside (24s ?m/feet, Hines, Pelli Clarke)




A twisted building full of terraces has been proposed for Toronto’s waterfront
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475 Yonge Street (65s-220m/722 feet, 45s-160m/525 feet, KingSett Capital, Quadrangle)

A couple more renderings of 475 Yonge Street




475 YONGE ST
Ward 27 - Tor & E.York District

Zoning By-law Amendment to facilitate the construction of a mixed-use building with retail, hotel, and residential uses. Two towers, 65 and 45 storeys, inclusive of a 5-storey podium
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Rezoning 16 125715 STE 27 OZ Mar 9, 2016 Application Received
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Wow! Love the simplistic look to Balliol Residences, something we don't see much of being built, 475 Yonge looks crazy good aswell! Alright podium with some sexy towers, reminds me of a MUCH better version of the Absolute twisty towers in Mississauga (although those towers were located on a terribly configured busy intersection)
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I love 22 Balliol as well. It's 1970s fabulousness.
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I'm absolutely loving the renders of 475 Yonge Street. Although I would definitely turn it 180 and have the back "Northeast view" facing Yonge, and the front "Southeast view" in the back. The northeast view is where all the action is and it looks far more interesting and dramatic from that view.
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Another vote of enthusiasm for Balliol. Could be taller, though.
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I like 22 Balliol also... and it will be the tallest tower in its vicinity...
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Please build 475 Yonge St.

Gorgeous looking buildings.
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That finch project is a little imposing and authoritarian. A sharp contrast to the heavy marketing of greenery surrounding the building.
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